CINCINNATI - The purchase of the partially built Kenwood Towne Place and local business expansion are among the top business headlines, according to CPA Crystal Faulkner, who spoke with 9 News Sunday.
If you spend any time traveling I-71 you have seen the partially built Kenwood Towne Place. Bank of America purchased the project out for foreclosure. The project was stopped when subcontractors walked off the job because they weren't being paid.
Koch Foods, Meyer Tool Inc. and ZF Group are all expanding and adding jobs.
Also, this week we will receive the June retail sales report which is often an indicator of broad consumer spending patterns.
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