What does it mean to be Cincinnati's hometown casino? The General Manager of Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati explains as the downtown property celebrates its first anniversary.
Sunny Delight Beverages Co. has signed a licensing deal to enable a carbonated version of the fruit drink by this summer.
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati attracted 4.8 million visitors in its first year and positively impacted local hotels, restaurants and charities, the casino said Monday.
Banks developer says condos, 'first-rate' hotel and office space are still in the works for next phases of the riverfront development.
The original vision for the Banks project was a mixture of office, retail, hotel and housing. After six and a half years, why are there only apartments, restaurants and bars?
The Kroger Co. is exploring the merger of union-operated health plans in Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo as a way to save money, preserve benefits.
The Kenwood Collection is close to signing several new office tenants for the mixed-use project formerly known as Kenwood Towne Place.
Some experts are predicting a breakout year for mergers and acquisitions. Cincinnati-based companies have no intention of missing out.
Mahogany’s at the Banks has been threatened with eviction by managers of the Banks riverfront development project, who say the downtown restaurant is more than $50,000 behind on its rent.
The Kenwood Towne Place criminal case is drawing to quiet closure. Federal prosecutors dropped charges against the project's former construction manager.
First Batch Program Director Noel Gauthier has an audacious goal for one-year-old accelerator program: Make manufacturing sexy again.
The Ohio Supreme Court is preparing to hear arguments on the city's exemption for Duke Energy Convention Center. WCPO business reporter Dan Monk's take: Policy questions raised by the case deserve a public debate.
Procter & Gamble Co. is selling one of its downtown office buildings at 299 E. Sixth Street.
Kroger expands capabilities in digital coupon space with a Silicon Valley acquisition.
Hollywood Casino revenue dipped below $15 million in January for the first time in its history. But General Manager Todd George says the Cincinnati gaming market is far from settled.
A California private equity firm says it will double its ownership stake in Amp Holding Inc., a Loveland-based electric vehicle company.
The restaurant got $984,000 in startup financing from the city that was controversial because the owner had unpaid bills from other businesses.
Target's security breach over the holidays has all retailers rethinking their IT strategy. Kroger says its approach isn't to catch all hackers, but to make it harder than other retailers to penetrate its defenses.
Fourteen months ago, Procter & Gamble promised "disruptive solutions" would emerge from a retooling of its research and development programs. Some are still looking for the next big idea.
Dan Meyer has learned a lot about operating a "second chance company," helping felony convicts and recovering addicts rebuild their lives. Now, he wants to share that knowledge with other business owners.