Hamilton County's Department of Job and Family Services wants to help local business, community and faith leaders lift kids and families…
Never heard of shopper marketers? They're the people who work to get you to buy stuff in the store. A new company aims to reduce the…
When an employer doesn't pay workers what they're owed, it's called 'wage theft.' Cincinnati now has a new tool to fight it.
Lynn Marmer just retired from The Kroger Co. after 18 years as a top executive. Now she's executive director of the Child Poverty…
A team of about 25 people will spent Tuesday night counting Hamilton County's homeless population. Here's why that's important.
An out-of-town developer that owns multiple Over-the-Rhine buildings has a court-imposed deadline for making repairs.
Harold D'Souza and his family came to the United States seeking the American Dream. Instead, they lived a nightmare.
The new Minority Business Accelerator vice president wants to help local companies think bigger.
The findings of a new study show just how bad childhood poverty is in this region.
Israeli businessman Ziv Riezman planned to open his U.S. office in New York. But then Cincinnati won him over.
Darrin M. Redus, Sr., will be the new vice president of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's Minority Business Accelerator.
A new program is designed to give women- and minority-business owners a better shot at winning contracts with the city of Cincinnati.
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