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OCLC Helps the Library Industry Operate in the Time of COVID

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman OCLC Helps the Library Industry Operate in the Time of COVID

Nonprofit library technology and research organization OCLC has been around since the late ’60s, providing a variety of services and applications to help libraries locate, acquire, catalog, share, preserve and manage their materials and collections. OCLC, formerly known as the Online Computer Library Center, was established in 1967 in the main library at The Ohio […]

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Serious Reactions to First 14 Million COVID-19 Vaccines Extremely Rare, Says CDC

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Serious Reactions to First 14 Million COVID-19 Vaccines Extremely Rare, Says CDC

By Jake Zuckerman Of the first nearly 14 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered, serious adverse reactions were extraordinarily rare, according to CDC research published Friday. The findings, reported in the agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, illustrate that the vaccine is a safe preventative for the overwhelming majority of its recipients. “The postauthorization safety profiles for both […]

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Hagerty Gears Up for an Impressive 2021

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Hagerty Gears Up for an Impressive 2021

Correction, 2/12/2021: A previous version of this article stated that Hagerty plans to double its employee group. Hagerty, however, will be doubling its Ohio employee group of 75 employees, not its total employee group. With its Drivers Club memberships, car valuation tools, magazine, media operation Hagerty Media, and partnership with Collectors’ Car Garage rebranded as […]

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NEXT: The Future of (Bio)Coding

David Staley David Staley NEXT: The Future of (Bio)Coding

We wait with impatience for the widespread vaccination of the population. The news about COVID-19 has lately been focused on the relatively rapid speed with which the vaccines were produced. In what is usually a years-long process, the Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are now being injected—albeit slowly—in American arms.   What has been notable about the rollout […]

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City of Dublin Series Reflects on Equity, Inclusion, and Business Community Response to BLM

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman City of Dublin Series Reflects on Equity, Inclusion, and Business Community Response to BLM

At the City of Dublin’s final Dublin Reality Check of 2020, the city brought together panelists to discuss how businesses should respond after a summer of civil unrest that saw demonstrations and calls for change right here in Central Ohio. The latest event in the series, “So, You Made a Statement About Black Lives Matter… […]

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Parallel Technologies Reflects on Transition to Employee Ownership

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Parallel Technologies Reflects on Transition to Employee Ownership

Dublin-based voice communications company Parallel Tech has recently moved into a new era. Founded in 1983 by Executive Vice President Marty Jacobs and Chairman of the Board Joe Redman, the company has 45 employees with an average tenure of 18 years, says Vice President of Major Accounts Jamie Baird. “[It’s] pretty crazy in our industry, […]

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Franklin County Becomes First to Reach Level 4 Public Health Advisory

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Franklin County Becomes First to Reach Level 4 Public Health Advisory

For the past week, Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System indicated Franklin County was on the Level 4 health advisory watch list, which would signal severe virus exposure and spread. Now, Franklin County becomes the first in the state with the distinction. The change was announced Thursday, November 19 during one of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s […]

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