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Ohio State says initiatives saved students $48 million | Columbus Business First

Ohio State University says it saved students nearly $48 million through cost-saving measures in fiscal 2018.

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New year should see economic strategies update | Bellefontaine Examiner

Logan County’s business and economic development environment is in great shape to start 2019 and now is the time to reassess future priorities, according to Ben Vollrath who is charged with guiding... View Article

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Community feature: An informal lesson on Ohio ‘Women of Science’ | Columbus Alive

As a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology at Clark University in Massachusetts, Dr. Katherine O’Brien walked the same... View Article

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New year, new branding for Orange Township | Delaware Gazette

Orange Township will phase in a new branding campaign in 2019 that officials hope captures the township’s strengths of outstanding... View Article

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Five reasons why Columbus is one of the best cities in the U.S. for MBA careers | Business Because

The greater Columbus, Ohio, region has an annual growth rate of 1.1%, higher than the US average of 0.7%. The city of... View Article

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Columbus State chief knows first-hand about students’ struggles, dreams | The Columbus Dispatch

David Harrison was the first in his family to go to college. You might not guess that when the Columbus... View Article

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86 jobs average higher pay in Columbus than New York City

The cost of living is 155 percent higher in New York City. Could you imagine moving there from Columbus and... View Article

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Ohio leaders bet on blockchain | Columbus CEO

Now Ohio businesses can pay state taxes with bitcoin. Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel made plenty of people scratch their heads... View Article

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Canal Winchester eyes residential, commercial projects | This Week News

The new year will be one of continued growth for Canal Winchester, according to city officials, who expect to see... View Article

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2019 in Powell: Infrastructure remains front and center | This Week News

Thanks largely to a failed ballot issue in 2018, Powell leaders once again see infrastructure needs as the major storyline... View Article