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Tensing's attorney maintains 'dragging' defense
The attorney for the fired University of Cincinnati police officer…
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Since 1988, Evans faced 93 local lawsuits
Long before the FBI raided Newtown landscaper Doug Evans, local and state officials were accusing him of violating zoning and fire codes, air…
Hamilton County halts brewery surcharges
Hamilton County Commissioners is washing out the stink over sewer surcharges at Cincinnati breweries.
Doug Evans selling $9.2 million in property
While well-known Newtown business owner Doug Evans is the target of an FBI probe, he is also trying to sell property that is priced at more…
Will drug tests disappear if pot is legal?
This fall Professor Douglas Berman won’t be teaching his popular class about marijuana. It’s not for lack of interest.
Urbana Cafe to open storefront in Pendleton
Daniel Noguera, the driving force behind Urbana Café, is about to get a brick-and-mortar home for his two-year-old coffee business.
P&G's sales dip again on softer volume
Procter & Gamble's sales fell for the sixth straight quarter, as the world's bigger consumer goods company was weighed down by…
Lafley leaving P&G in good hands, says ex-CEO
Former Procter & Gamble Co. CEO John Pepper said the company has “a foundation for renewed growth” in the leadership…
Procter & Gamble has a new CEO
In a move anticipated by much of the business community, veteran executive David Taylor will replace A.G. Lafley as president and CEO of…
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