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Investment in pests had a good run

Dear Mr. Berko: While working for Rollins back in 2003 through late 2008, I bought 2,000 shares at $5. Rollins is now $39 a share, and after reinvesting the small dividends, I have 2,400 shares worth $93,000.
My wife wants to sell, and she thinks we should buy Five Below. But because Rollins is in our joint account, we'll have t ... (full story)


Ohio ranks third in Midwest for clean energy jobs

According to analysis by the Clean Energy Trust and the national, nonpartisan Environmental Entrepreneurs, or E2, more than 112,000 Ohioans work in clean energy industries, the state having added 4,975 of those jobs last year alone.
Led by 17 percent growth in advanced transportation, Ohio's clean energy jobs now make up 2.1 perc ... (full story)


OSU researchers working on replacement for plastic bags

New research from The Ohio State University could potentially produce an environmently friendly replacement for plastic.
The food industry has several standards for how its products are package, resulting in limited sucess for biodegradable replacements. For instance, products have been too brittle for food packaging, OSU researc ... (full story)


Russian company to invest in Kentucky aluminum mill

Russian company to invest in Kentucky aluminum mill

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — An aluminum company planning to build a $1.7 billion plant in Appalachia said last Monday it's forging a partnership with a Russian company that until recently faced U.S. sanctions.
Russian aluminum giant Rusal wants to invest $200 million in a Kentucky taxpayer-backed aluminum rolling mill that Braidy ... (full story)


Ohio's nuclear plants could get financial rescue from state

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — In a last-ditch attempt to give a financial lifeline to Ohio's two nuclear plants, lawmakers announced a plan Friday that would add a surcharge to every electric bill in the state.
Backers of the plan said it would generate $300 million each year for clean energy production, but they also think it should ... (full story)