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Ohio Department of Commerce Issues 12 Medical Marijuana Cultivation Licenses

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Ohio Department of Commerce Issues 12 Medical Marijuana Cultivation Licenses

After more than a year since medical marijuana became legal in Ohio, the 12 licenses to cultivate have been distributed by the Ohio Department of Commerce. The companies chosen, spanning most of the state (except the Central Ohio region), beat out nearly 100 other applicants for a license allowing them up to 25,000 square feet […]

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Columbus Ranked #2 “Company Town” in US

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Ranked #2 “Company Town” in US

Columbus is often mistakenly referred to as a “college town” under the assumption that the population of The Ohio State University dominates the city’s total population (it actually only makes up around seven percent). Instead, a new article in the Seattle Times provides a different kind on moniker… “Company Town”. According to the article, Seattle […]

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Heartland Bank Relocating from Gahanna to Old Airport Terminal

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Local historians and preservationists have been working for years to save the original Port Columbus Airport Terminal building, which has been named one of the most endangered historic buildings to potentially face demolition. Yesterday, preservationists got their wish. Gahanna-based Heartland Bank announced that they would relocate their company headquarters to the old building following renovations. […]

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Sterling Commerce to Stay in Columbus

 

From money.cnn.com: Sterling Commerce Re-Commits to Columbus, Ohio Sterling Commerce, an AT&T Inc company, today announced it has extended its lease for its Columbus, Ohio headquarters for 10 years. The company has been headquartered in the Columbus area for more than two decades and employs 757 people at the facility. Key factors in renewing the […]

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Columbus is home to 10% of Biggest US Retail Brands

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From The Dispatch: Columbus is headquarters for five of the biggest retail brands By Margaret Harding Columbus is home to five of the 50 most valuable retail brands in the U.S., and it is the only city of its size in the country to be able to say so, according to a new study. Local […]

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Columbus is 14th-best US city to do business in

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Marketwatch.com released a report today on the top 50 US cities to do business in, and Columbus scored fairly high at 14th place. Minneapolis-St. Paul topped the list in first place, which is the only other midwestern city to beat out Columbus. Cleveland came in at 22nd, Chicago at 23rd, Indianapolis at 28th, Cincinnati at […]

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