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Biomedical investment growing in Cleveland, Midwest

Ohio recorded the greatest number of bioscience deals in the Midwest in 2017, securing 133 deals worth a total of $503 million, according to healthcare accelerator BioEnterprise.

Will Trump administration tariffs impact your business or job? Calling All Readers

Northeast Ohio's manufacturing base is vital to the local economy. This means steel and other Trump administration tariffs could have a local impact. We want to know how these tariffs will affect you.

Saturday, Jun 23

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Cleveland History Days highlight some of city's 'hidden gems'

The city's steel history is one of the things being celebrated as part of Cleveland History Days, a 10-day focus on some of the city's nooks and crannies. Cleveland History Days, through July 1, was launched this summer to offer free tours…

Friday, Jun 22

How undocumented workers skirt job paperwork requirements: Q & A

On June 5, border patrol agents rounded up 114 workers at Corso's Flower and Garden Center locations in the Sandusky area. On June 19, Homeland Security agents arrested 146 workers at Fresh Mark, a meat processor in Salem.

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2019 insurance on the Obamacare exchange in Ohio will increase

The Ohio Department of Insurance says health care premiums will increase on the average of 8.2 percent. All 88 counties will have at least one insurance company option.

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Salvage Yard offers vintage, antiques, upcycled from more than 40 vendors, parking lot sale

From handbags to hardware, The Salvage Yard Resale Shoppe offers vintage, antiques, upcycled and recycled items from more than 40 vendors and their hosting a parking lot sale.

Which is better: Amazon Prime Day or Cyber Monday?

Amazon Prime Day is essentially Cyber Monday in July.

Thursday, Jun 21

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Cleveland Clinic makes a name for Ohio in the United Arab Emirates

Now in its third year of operation, the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi treats 400,000 patients a year from 70 different countries.

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Advocates of payday lending bill say proposed changes too industry friendly

Ohio Sen. Matt Huffman discussed changes he'd like to see in House Bill 123, the payday loan restriction measure. People who like the bill in its original form say it's straight out of the industry playbook.

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High Court: Online shoppers can be forced to pay sales tax

The Supreme Court says states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax.

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Calleiah Kennedy-Moss builds a business, preps for stylish future: Fashion Flash (photos, video)

Calleiah Kennedy-Moss is blending her lifetime love of fashion, her newly earned master's degree and her good sense into an online boutique and styling business.

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Ohio's new 'compliant' driver's licenses require extra documents: Money Matters

I have a couple of questions about Ohio's new driver's licenses. I understand people can start getting them next month, even though we don't have to have them for airline travel until 2020. I know we have to take documents with us to the…

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Is an Amazon Prime membership worth paying for?

For some, it's worth it for the free two-day shipping alone. But others can't justify the cost--waiting isn't that hard.

Wednesday, Jun 20

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Ohio, U.S. home sales softened in May, as prices and mortgage rates rose

Home sales dipped last month as prices climbed, mortgage rates inched up and would-be buyers were stymied by a persistent shortage of available properties.

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Terminal Tower wins Ohio historic tax credits for partial apartment revamp

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The K&D Group plans to transform 12 of Terminal Tower's lower floors into 303 apartments, the first of which will open in July 2019.

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TireHub to begin operations in July

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. and Bridgestone Americas, Inc. national tire distribution venture, TireHub LLC, will begin operations in July.

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Those sometimes lame 'reason codes' behind why your credit score isn't higher: Money Matters

We recently applied for a mortgage, and received our credit score from the bank. It is in the exceptional range, but I was curious about the "factors adversely affecting our scores."

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Independence firm will pay Brecksville $5 million to redevelop former Veterans Affairs hospital property

DiGeroniimo Development LLC, an Independence developer, will pay the city of Brecksville $5 million over 15 years to redevelop the former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital site at the northwest corner of Brecksville and Miler…

Tuesday, Jun 19

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Columbia prof Malo Hutson tells his students 'go to Cleveland': City Club We Plan Cle event

Columbia University associate professor Malo Hutson said he tells his urban planning students to seek opportunity in cities like Cleveland, which he said will help determine the future of the U.S. and the world.

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FES nuclear decommissioning funds inadequate, consumer groups tell NRC

A coalition of four consumer and environmental groups led by the Midwest-based Environmental Law and Policy Center are today arguing that the investment trust funds created to decommission the Perry nuclear plant, Davis-Besse and the…

Ohio House bill would study e-school funding in wake of ECOT closure

Ohio House Speaker Ryan Smith said Reps. Keith Faber and Bill Reineke have introduced a bill Monday that would call for a committee to look at funding to e-schools. ECOT closed in January after the state found it owed $80 million in tax…

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Swensons proposes leasing land from Strongsville schools for new drive-in restaurant

Swensons would like to build a restaurant on Pearl Road in Strongsville. The Akron-based hamburger drive-in chain would lease land from Strongsville City Schools.

Fortune 500 executives to learn about innovation from Cleveland companies this week

Innovation Leader is bringing 50 executives from Fortune 500 companies to check out companies in Cleveland this week.

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American Greetings laying off staff today at creative studios

American Greetings is laying off staff today at its Creative Studios at Crocker Park in Westlake, as part of a restructuring plan.

Startup Scaleup to bring together entrepreneurs, mentors at Gordon Square

Startup Scaleup will present nearly 40 workshops, panels and networking events spread out over several venues in Cleveland's Gordon Square Arts District.

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Trump directs US Trade Representative to prepare new tariffs on $200B in Chinese imports

President Donald Trump directed the U.S. Trade Representative to prepare new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports on Monday as the two nations moved closer to a potential trade war.

Monday, Jun 18

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Judge considers public access to data about opioid shipments

A federal judge in Ohio will consider whether to allow public access to government data detailing years of prescription opioid painkiller shipments.

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Historic Bratenahl mansion tops local May home sales, fetching $5 million

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A local CEO bought the Howard M. Hanna, Jr., property overlooking Lake Erie in late May, grabbing a piece of Cleveland-area history for $5 million.

15 Summit County organizations receive Northeast Ohio's Top Workplaces honors

Fifteen Summit County organizations were among 150 workplaces selected as Northeast Ohio's Top Workplaces in 2018 by the Plain Dealer.

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Whiskey business: Doc Howard's Distillery rising in Perry

Doc Howard's Distillery in Perry is two years old and counting.