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New Station Downtown Offers Fast Charge for Electric Vehicles

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Station Downtown Offers Fast Charge for Electric Vehicles

A new charging station was installed earlier this week that will offer drivers of electric vehicles in Columbus a fast-charge, curbside option for the first time. The new station, located at 174 E. Fulton St. downtown, features public art designed by students of the Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD). On hand at a […]

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NEXT: The Future of Reading

David Staley David Staley NEXT: The Future of Reading

Reading is a very big deal in the state of Ohio…until Grade Three. State legislation says that students are required to be reading at grade level by the third grade, else there are dire consequences for schools, teachers and students. But then, after that benchmark has been reached, reading seems to disappear from everyone’s attention. There might […]

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Platform Promises Access to Untapped Supply of Affordable Housing

Brent Warren Brent Warren Platform Promises Access to Untapped Supply of Affordable Housing

The issue of affordable housing in Central Ohio received a lot of attention in 2019 – a $100 million Housing Fund was established in June, and a bond package was approved by Columbus voters in May that allocated $50 million toward the cause. But what if there were a way to increase the supply of affordable housing in Columbus […]

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RxBridge Takes on the Goliaths of the PBM World

 Taijuan Moorman RxBridge Takes on the Goliaths of the PBM World

Like many Dublin, Ohio-based tech companies, RxBridge is in a space where the competition continues to keep the status quo. The Big Box PBMs — pharmacy benefit managers like Optum and Express Scripts, which manage prescription drug benefits on behalf of employers — see revenues into the billions, but that doesn’t necessarily point to a […]

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Dublin Tech Talent Pipeline Looks to Alternative Paths

 Taijuan Moorman Dublin Tech Talent Pipeline Looks to Alternative Paths

Editor’s note: The City of Dublin held its final #DublinRealityCheck workforce update of 2019 on Nov. 7. This article is an overview of the panel discussion that took place at The Exchange at Bridge Park. The rush to fill growing technology roles in Central Ohio, and around the country, is at an all-time high. In […]

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New CoGo Stations Will Be Part of ‘Smart Mobility Hubs’

Brent Warren Brent Warren New CoGo Stations Will Be Part of ‘Smart Mobility Hubs’

Four new CoGo stations will be in place before the weather thaws in the spring, expanding the bike share system into Linden for the first time. The new stations, which were approved by City Council earlier this month, will come online as 33 traditional bikes and 30 electric bikes are added to the network. Although […]

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Dublin Panel Series Highlights Diversity as a Workforce Strategy

 Taijuan Moorman Dublin Panel Series Highlights Diversity as a Workforce Strategy

The City of Dublin’s Dublin Reality Check series is well underway. The latest event in the series, held at the Exchange at Bridge Park, addressed diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and what companies and employees alike can do to ensure Dublin is a city that everyone feels invited to work in. In CU’s own […]

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