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GE deal shows why relationships, collaboration matter

If you've been wondering why the business community is so obsessed with collaboration and relationship building, look no further than General Electric's decision to bring 1,400 jobs here. At the highest level, executives like Bob Castellini and Tom Williams are…

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CBRE picked to market TechSolve II

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority has picked a team from CBRE Cincinnati to market the expansion of the TechSolve II Park in Roselawn. Read more at Cincinnati.com View the property page at CBRE

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Searching for Miss Bertha's treasures

Known as "Miss Bertha" to her neighbors, the Eufaula, Ala.-born seamstress and mother of 10 died at the age of 103 in 2009. Since then, her home has been unoccupied, save for possums and vandals, and exposed to the elements.…

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Cincy program could boost energy efficiency projects

Regional economic development groups and the city of Cincinnati want to move forward with a program that aims to spur energy efficiency and renewable energy investments in buildings. The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance and the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development…

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Port authority envisions hub to create jobs

Plan would remake parts of Queensgate and Camp Washington.   The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority is beginning to shape plans this year to remake some of Queensgate and Camp Washington’s 1,200 acres of railyards, vacant patches and old…

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Seymour plaza redevelopment could boost area

Since the late 1990s, Gary Conley has held onto a drawing that shows how the old Seymour Plaza Shopping Center and surrounding area could be redeveloped into a hub of good-paying office and manufacturing jobs. Read more from Cincinnati.com

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