Nehemiah Manufacturing is pondering a $10 million expansion at the former Queen City Barrel site in Lower Price Hill
How the streetcar is changing the way developers think about parking Downtown.
The Kroger Co. told investors Thursday to expect slower sales growth and smaller profits for the next six to nine months.
The city of Cincinnati is hoping to capitalize on Downtown's housing boom by courting developers for a pair of one-acre sites near City Hall.
Macy's could delay some store closures, downsize others.
Just a decade ago, the Christmas Shopping Season started on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Now? Not so much.
Fifth Third Bank and the U.S. Treasury are betting big on Cincinnati neighborhoods. Who gets the money first?
Will the revised idea for the Crosley building apartment development hit the affordable-housing 'sweet spot'?
Aldi and Amazon are expanding into Kroger's hometown turf. Is it a coincidence that prices are falling?
Fifth Third Bancorp is poised to announce a multi-billion increase in lending commitments to its low-income communities, WCPO has learned.
Can an app eliminate bias in the hiring process? Tilr co-founder Summer Crenshaw has evidence that it can.
Lower taxes, reduced regulation and a new Brent Spence Bridge. Those are some of the reasons Cincinnati companies could develop a fondness…