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On Sunday, Columbus plays host to warmup to NCAA Women’s Final Four in spring | The Columbus Dispatch

College basketball season has just started, but Columbus sports officials already are looking toward March.

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Heath business owner honored by White House | Newark Advocate

Sharad Thakkar, president of Polymer Technologies, was honored in a ceremony in the Oval Office with other minority business owners.

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Long-term planning for $2B terminal for John Glenn Airport underway | The Columbus Dispatch

This week, nearly 40 executives and board members of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority met with several consultants to plan... View Article

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Workforce Connections works to solve local employment issues | Circleville Herald

Pickaway County schools and businesses are picking up steam as they work together to find real-world solutions to preparing students... View Article

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Wendy’s turned a Columbus restaurant in a test lab | Marketplace

The lab is part of a bigger strategy at Wendy’s: to create a dining experience that will bring more customers... View Article

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Columbus, Ohio State seek to expand program helping minority businesses in targeted neighborhoods | Columbus Business First

City Council approved $100,000 this October to study how to scale up the program, called C-Biz.

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BrewDog holds ‘ground-blasting’ to launch work on Canal Winchester hotel | The Columbus Dispatch

The hotel, which is scheduled to open next year, will give BrewDog a destination for events and overnight guests.

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Spirit Airlines: Columbus is next city for expanding budget carrier | USA Today

Spirit’s Columbus debut will come in February, when the low-cost carrier begins flying to Las Vegas and four destinations in... View Article

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Suburban tech companies elevate communications in healthcare, brands | Columbus Underground

Dublin has seen its own share of growth in the area of technology.

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Facebook looking to hire 100+ workers for Central Ohio data center | Columbus Business First

The full-time jobs range from project managers and program engineers to health and safety coordinators.