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How to welcome employees back to the office safely
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How to welcome employees back to the office safely

Many Ohio businesses have operated remotely for the last six weeks or more while the world weathered the COVID-19 pandemic. Although ongoing COVID...

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Sheely's Furniture and Appliance to expand with Aurora location
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Sheely's Furniture and Appliance to expand with Aurora location

As one furnishings retailer plans to shut its doors in Aurora, another will open in its place. Textile & Timber Furnishings at the Shops at...

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Ohio State Bar Foundation grant supports United Way of Greater Cleveland's right-to-counsel educational campaign
News 6 days ago
Ohio State Bar Foundation grant supports United Way of Greater Cleveland's right-to-counsel educational campaign

A $50,000 donation by the Ohio State Bar Foundation to the United Way of Greater Cleveland will support the group's campaign for spreading...

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Planning pandemic-prepared communities of the future
News 2 weeks ago
Planning pandemic-prepared communities of the future

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered the way Americans work, educate, socialize and shop. It has made us rethink and redefine our concept...

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Looking for opportunities to create a strategy for a different tomorrow
News 2 weeks ago
Looking for opportunities to create a strategy for a different tomorrow

The last eight weeks have revealed a great opportunity demonstrating that Northeast Ohio could compete again - with any community anywhere,...

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Veteran reporter Michelle Jarboe to join Crain's Cleveland
News 2 weeks ago
Veteran reporter Michelle Jarboe to join Crain's Cleveland

You've read, and we've reported, about the unprecedented number of job losses during this global pandemic. So this bit of news may come as a...

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Will insurers cover companies' business-interruption claims?
News 2 weeks ago
Will insurers cover companies' business-interruption claims?

Business interruption coverage is a common component of most commercial property policies. Retail businesses include this particular coverage to...

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Tank-liner maker Weston & Associates seeks to expand in Stark County
News 3 weeks ago
Tank-liner maker Weston & Associates seeks to expand in Stark County

Company president Andrew Feucht has big plans for Weston & Associates LLC, the national storage tank company he formed with his father, Ronald...

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Major five-county apartment portfolio sells in deal estimated at $150 million
News 3 weeks ago
Major five-county apartment portfolio sells in deal estimated at $150 million

The Village at Avon Apartments is one of five complexes just acquired by The Solomon Organization, a Summit, N. J.-based apartment owner and...

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Economic and Community Development Institute offering recovery loans for Ohio businesses owned by LMI individuals, minorities
News 3 weeks ago
Economic and Community Development Institute offering recovery loans for Ohio businesses owned by LMI individuals, minorities

A recent grant by U. S. Bank to the Economic and Community Development Institute, a Columbus-based nonprofit and Small Business Administration...

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A look into Ancora's activist strategy with Columbus retailer Big Lots Inc.
News 4 weeks ago
A look into Ancora's activist strategy with Columbus retailer Big Lots Inc.

An activist investor campaign featuring Cleveland's Ancora Advisors that's been putting some pressure on Columbus' Big Lots Inc. (NYSE: BIG) to...

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Survey ranks Cleveland low on quarantine comfort
News 4 weeks ago
Survey ranks Cleveland low on quarantine comfort

Quarantining is tough anywhere, but according to one survey, being quarantined in Cleveland is particularly disagreeable. According to a survey by...

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Construction pension fund to invest in Larchmere apartment project
News 1 month ago
Construction pension fund to invest in Larchmere apartment project

The $23 million apartment building proposed for Cleveland's Larchmere neighborhood has landed a commitment from the building union pension fund...

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Amazon and Microsoft need to give businesses a break
News 1 month ago
Amazon and Microsoft need to give businesses a break

A large part of managing the economic disruption from the coronavirus crisis has been keeping businesses and individuals afloat amid the shutdown...

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Big Lakewood project hits the rocks
News 1 month ago
Big Lakewood project hits the rocks

A hole the size of a small farm on Belle Avenue in Lakewood is on the former city of the former municipal hospital. Redevelopment plans by the City...

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How to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on small businesses
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How to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on small businesses

Scientists highlight three criteria for mass species extinction: The event must be worldwide, it must happen quickly and at least one-third of all...

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Lakefront condos, other projects surviving as loans ebb, pandemic grows
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Lakefront condos, other projects surviving as loans ebb, pandemic grows

Even in normal times, real estate developers celebrate making it through the closing process for development loans. Amid the pandemic, even more so...

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Small businesses find mixed results
News 1 month ago
Small businesses find mixed results

Small-business leaders in the federal government and across the nation dug into the details of the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program on...

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Mortgage firms teeter near crisis that regulators saw coming
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Mortgage firms teeter near crisis that regulators saw coming

Nonbank financial firms spent years lobbying against tougher regulation and stricter capital requirements, arguing that their emerging dominance in...

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Thompson Hine snaps up seven Porter Wright real estate attorneys in Cleveland
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Thompson Hine snaps up seven Porter Wright real estate attorneys in Cleveland

Thompson Hine has scooped up seven lawyers geared toward real estate finance for its flagship Cleveland office from the Cleveland outfit of Porter...

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MRI Software of Solon buys United Kingdom firm
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MRI Software of Solon buys United Kingdom firm

MRI Software of Solon has made an acquisition in the United Kingdom. The Solon-based provider of real estate software and services announced on...

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Topgolf scores with REIT on sale of Independence facility
News 1 month ago
Topgolf scores with REIT on sale of Independence facility

A recorded phone message reports that Topgolf's Independence location, like all of the company's facilities across the U. S., is closed due to...

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Commercial realty keeps up the pace
News 1 month ago
Commercial realty keeps up the pace

The wave of business shutdowns and social distancing that COVID-19 has wrought is having an impact on Northeast Ohio's busiest commercial realty...

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South Euclid grocery building sold for $2 million
News 2 months ago
South Euclid grocery building sold for $2 million

The Cleveland Kosher Supermarket, which was never occupied or outfitted as a grocery store, has been bought by a New Jersey investor group for $2...

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Akron extends deadline for Rubber City Match program
News 2 months ago
Akron extends deadline for Rubber City Match program

Businesses that want to participate in the city of Akron's Rubber City Match program will be given extra time to apply. The city said March 26 that...

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A kind word costs nothing
News 2 months ago
A kind word costs nothing

There's a lot of coronavirus coverage to read today (and every day), but make sure to set aside some time to read this opinion piece in The New...

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Amazon focus on essentials sows panic, confusion among merchants
News 2 months ago
Amazon focus on essentials sows panic, confusion among merchants

Amazon.com Inc.'s delivery delays of nonessential goods will extend for at least another month for many customers in the U. S. and Europe, stirring...

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Shutdowns put many government entities in uncharted territory
News 2 months ago
Shutdowns put many government entities in uncharted territory

Cleveland City Council members no longer meet with constituents in their City Hall offices because of state regulations surrounding the COVID-19...

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Sherwin-Williams buys downtown land
News 2 months ago
Sherwin-Williams buys downtown land

The expected site of the Sherwin-Williams headquarters spans seven acres of land currently used as parking. The Sherwin-Williams Co. (NYSE: SHW)...

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Real Estate
News 2 months ago
Real Estate

Lyndhurst real estate developer First Interstate Properties has bought for nearly $1 million a site in Cleveland's Larchmere Boulevard commercial...

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