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Jumpstarting success

September 15, 2013 Siemens Corp. President and CEO Eric Spiegel has good reasons for giving $440 million in software and training to Youngstown State University, and the least of them might be his Mahoning Valley roots. more »»

Cortland Bancorp exits wholesale mortgage business

September 14, 2013 CORTLAND — Cortland Bancorp this week announced plans to leave the wholesale mortgage operations business effective immediately. CSB Mortgage Co. more »»

Still no nurse pact at Northside

September 12, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — After negotiating for more than four hours Wednesday, nurses and hospital management at Northside Medical Center walked away with still no labor contract. more »»

Cruze tops for August sales

September 11, 2013 WARREN — The locally built Chevy Cruze remained the top-selling new car in the three-county region last month, according to figures released Tuesday by the Auto Dealers Association of Eastern Ohio,... more »»

Timken to divide into two companies

September 7, 2013 In an effort to drive stock prices, Canton-based Timken Company will separate its steel business from its bearings and power transmission business, creating two publicly traded companies. more »»

Home Savings donates to YNDC

September 4, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Home Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $25,000 to Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation. more »»

Tax switch

September 1, 2013 Beginning today, Ohio shoppers will pay a bit more, but Ohio workers will pay a bit less, as the state sales tax goes up and income tax comes down. more »»

IRS warns of year-round tax scams

September 1, 2013 Tribune Chronicle Because tax scams can happen anytime of the year, not just during tax season, the Internal Revenue Service is warning of three common year-round scams are identity theft, phishing... more »»

Planey to leave Chamber

August 30, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Eric Planey, the Regional Chamber’s point person in the growing oil and gas industry who also was key in laying groundwork for attracting jobs of the future, has resigned to take an... more »»

Chamber honors five

August 30, 2013 BOARDMAN — Speeches delivered at the annual Regional Chamber Salute to Business Thursday morning had one common thread: Things are looking up. more »»

CHS in talks to buy Sharon Regional

August 29, 2013 SHARON, Pa. more »»

Business briefs

August 29, 2013 Pipeline proposed for airport land VIENNA — Officials at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport are negotiating what is expected to be a $250,000 deal to allow natural gas pipelines to be run throug... more »»

Reports: Shale only part of job picture

August 25, 2013 WARREN — About 1,300 workers last year found employment in Ohio’s Utica and Marcellus Shale natural gas industry, bringing the number of workers filling Ohio shale drilling-related jobs to 178,280 i... more »»

Local GM plant meets EPA energy challenge

August 25, 2013 LORDSTOWN — General Motors’ Lordstown Complex is one of 63 facilities to meet an EPA challenge to cut energy intensity by 42 percent in less than three years, GM announced. more »»

Hospitals in talks to buy AGMC

August 24, 2013 The parent company of three local hospitals has joined with the Cleveland Clinic in negotiations to buy Akron General Medical Center. more »»

Niles man receives community award

August 24, 2013 NILES — Longtime Niles and Trumbull County community leader and volunteer Fred Kubli is the 2013 recipient of the William Clayman Community Pride Award from the Niles Area Business Council of the... more »»

Funding secured for gas midstream processing

August 23, 2013 Tribune Chronicle A joint partnership working to bring more natural gas processing ability to the Utica Shale said it has secured $800 million in credit that can be expanded to $1 billion in the... more »»

1994 Chevy pickup is the most-stolen vehicle in Ohio

August 21, 2013 Tribune Chronicle The National Insurance Crime Bureau on Tuesday released its annual Hot Wheels list of the 10 most-stolen vehicles in the United States. The report also lists Ohio’s top 10. more »»

 
 

 

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