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The manufacturer reported an increase in sales to $841.7 million.
The 11.3 percent jump took Nationwide’s life insurance business from $5.04 billion in 2016 to $5.61 billion last year.
Oneida’s new home is on Civic Center Drive, overlooking the Scioto River and COSI.
Fortuity is looking to hire 300 low-income workers, preferably from Franklinton.
The Los Angeles software startup that automates shopping for homeowner insurance is expanding a Columbus call center into an administrative office.
When Resource/Ammirati was sold to IBM two years ago, it became part of IBM iX.
From Honda fuel tanks to lumber distribution, the economy in thriving is Marion.