Study: Hamilton best suited for making food, drink, and chemicals

Nov 11, 2011

HAMILTON — Once known for its paper manufacturing, the city of Hamilton is best suited for food, beverage and chemical manufacturing.


Brownfield grant programs may lapse

Nov 07, 2011

Two state economic development grant programs that help businesses and communities resurrect distressed properties may expire in the next eight months, and the Kasich administration so far has no plan in place to continue them.


Public, private entities team up in Shaker Heights

Sep 13, 2010

Half a century ago, Shaker Heights became an American icon — a suburb among suburbs — for its tree-lined streets and quality neighborhood schools. Its staid brick homes appealed to the lawyers, accountants and corporate executives who took the city's two rapid transit lines to offices in downtown Cleveland every...


Local outfits find success with European incentives

Jun 28, 2010

Northeast Ohio companies, well-versed in playing the financial incentives game with governments in the 50 states, are expanding their horizons and looking for similar incentives in Europe.


Ohio business incentives lag offerings by other states

May 18, 2009

A new study of Ohio’s business incentives finds the state still needs to sharpen its efforts to compete with its neighbors despite tax changes enacted four years ago that have improved its ability to attract businesses and business expansions.