News releases from Cincinnati Business Courier
One of the largest automotive service and independent tire retailers in the country has opened its biggest store location yet on Cincinnati's East Side.
NKU President Ashish Vaidya said the grant designation was an historic moment for the university and small business and startups alike. NKU was the only local recipient and one of only two in...
WCPO-TV makes changes to weekend morning news team
May 14, 2021
Pati generated lots of buzz in his Cincinnati debut in March 2019. His journey from his home in Auckland, New Zealand, took two full days due to visa problems and a spring snowstorm in Cincinnati....
'Hope After Hate': A father's Holocaust ordeal evolves into play, multimedia experience
May 14, 2021
"It wasn’t just seeing my father’s voice come to life. It was seeing these young people get it. And knowing that they will carry it forward. That was the most important thing.”
The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners is launching the “Get Your Cincy On!” campaign, putting $2 million in CARES Act funding to help revitalize the local economy through marketing.
The exhibit tells the story of how and why some of the world’s most iconic European paintings left Germany immediately after World War II and toured the U.S. in what became the first blockbuster art...
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will return to in-person performances this fall with a mainstage season of eight productions. Its 2021-22 season includes three world premieres, two comedies and a...
A new fund is scouting the Midwest region for investments, with the ultimate goal of providing early-stage capital to underrepresented founders.
This week in Cincinnati business bankruptcies include TAK Inc. and PMG Cincinnati Inc.. For the year, Cincinnati has recorded 2 business bankruptcy filings.
P&G partners with Prince Harry and Meghan
May 12, 2021
Cincinnati consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble has launched a global partnership with the nonprofit founded by Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
One of Greater Cincinnati’s most promising startups has announced a new strategic collaboration with a relatively new San Francisco Bay organization that bills itself as an innovation and investment...
A nonprofit that provided $600,000 in funding to Black leaders last year to help Greater Cincinnati communities address poverty and systemic inequities is seeking to invest even more this year.
In November, Crossroads Church announced its racial solidarity program Undivided would be spun out into its own nonprofit. Here's what it has in store next.
Cincinnati Public Schools Superintendent Laura Mitchell will become the next CEO of a major Cincinnati nonprofit.
Ohio's attorney general has sued a Cincinnati contractor for allegedly bilking customers who either didn't get the work they paid for, or received substandard service.
Happy Tuesday Cincinnati. Welcome back to the daily roundup of the biggest stories you may have missed.
After four years on the job, Cincinnati Public Schools Superintendent Laura Mitchell is resigning to take a new job, she told the Board of Education on Monday night.
Olive is one of Ohio's fastest-growing startups. In the eight years since its founding, it has raised more than $448 million
Good morning, Cincinnati. Here are the five things you need to know to start your busy business day.
First Lutheran pastor nurtures creative community while navigating pandemic, aging structure
May 07, 2021
CCM and YPCC aren’t the only organizations to find the right space at the right price in the right location. First Lutheran has hosted events for ArtWorks and Cincy Fringe Festival, among others.
The company has hired multiple new employees over the last several months, bringing its staff count to 35, including one of the top CFO names in Ohio.
Five things to know and where should we send political dignitaries to eat when they visit?
May 06, 2021
Good morning, Cincinnati. Here are the five things you need to know before you start your busy business day.