A fitness center operator is expanding at Forest Fair Village in what could be the first step toward a mixed-use revival of the region's largest retail center.
General Electric Co. will bring its payroll and other company functions to a single site in Cincinnati, which will employ at least 1,400 people within three years.
Procter & Gamble Co. is selling most of its pet care business to Mars Inc. for $2.9 billion in cash, a move many have expected as P&G places increasing emphasis on its largest, most profitable brands.
Procter & Gamble Co. announced new sustainability goals Tuesday for no deforestation in its palm oil supply chain. The move comes 35 days after Greenpeace shocked the company with a well-orchestrated protest at its global headquarters.
Gaming regulators in Indiana and Ohio have released monthly revenue stats for local casinos. Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati still ranks first in the Tri-State but Miami Valley Gaming is gaining.
Analysts praised Cincinnati Bell's sale of its wireless unit, announced Monday. But one expert notes the company is now on a collision course with technology giant Google Inc.
Cincinnati Bell is selling its wireless phone business to Verizon Wireless in a deal worth about $210 million. See how customers are affected.
WCPO asked S&P Capital IQ to help us analyze how much Cincinnati companies pay in taxes. How much did your favorite company pay? The answer may surprise you.
The board at Macy's Inc. paid its top executives less in 2013, but the company's rising stock price more than made up the difference.
Choremonster is launching a new version of its app, which parents can use to give their kids rewards for doing household chores.
Procter & Gamble Co. hopes to move its Tide brand out of the laundry room by making it a staple of household cleaning regimens.
Clarke Fire Protection Products Inc. is relocating 106 jobs to Springdale, where it plans to invest $3.5 million in a manufacturing plant that will hire 50 new employees over the next several years.
A long-simmering dispute over rebates to Duke Energy's biggest customers got a new boost from a federal judge in Columbus this month.
Cincinnati Financial Corp. made the change in February "without a lot of hoopla." Employees of the property and casualty insurance company may now grow beards.
With the proper training even a mediocre student can open a restaurant that doesn't make its customers sick.
Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg has reclaimed its top spot as the largest revenue producer in the Cincinnati area, beating Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati by $78,000.
Palm oil made the slope slippery for Procter & Gamble this week. But exactly why is Greenpeace perturbed by the consumer product giant's stance on the product?
It’s an imponderable that building owners confront every day in every city: How do you make a building both functional and secure?
Activists describe what it's like to engage the Ivory Empire in a public relations battle.
E.W. Scripps Co. exceeded analyst expectations with a $7.9 million profit in the fourth quarter of 2013.