Door opens for Southgate sale
Southgate USA, a massive, lender-owned shopping center in Maple Heights, appears to be in line for new ownership.
Manufacturing interest at an early age
High schools and manufacturing are starting to mix again. Just ask Michael Wilson and Gabriel Wojnarowski, seniors at Cleveland Heights High School.
Geis says it will rise to tall task
Developer Geis Cos. isn't stopping with the Cuyahoga County headquarters its erecting in downtown Cleveland.
KandD Group sells big Marsol apartment complex
KandD Group, the big apartment developer and operator based in Willoughby, has shed its massive, six-tower Marsol Apartments complex in Mayfield Heights.
Leiken aims to raise bar
This year's meeting of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association will be unlike the annual meetings that have preceded it, with some calling it a harbinger of the new and younger bar leadership to come.
Team NEO forecasts 150,000 new jobs
Despite ongoing gloom about the glacial-paced decline in unemployment, a new economic forecast suggests employers in Northeast Ohio should be stepping up their talent recruitment efforts sooner rather than later.
St. Clair is bringing creative types home -- permanently
Rebuilding a Cleveland neighborhood is tricky. Redevelopers and community visionaries never start with a clean slate, as they must work with infrastructure from earlier generation.
Going Places: May 20-24, 2013
See who's climbing the corporate ladder in Northeast Ohio.
Crain's editorial: Big bet
Ohio quickly has gone from a state where the lottery was the primary form of legalized gambling to a place where there is no shortage of venues for people to place their bets.
Crain's editorial cartoon: May 20, 2013
View the latest from the dean of Cleveland editorial cartoonists, Rich Williams.
A.M. Business Links: Sherwin-Williams' big banner; poor-rich gap in Ohio; Yahoo buys Tumblr
Your first look at the business world today.
2 dismantled Hulett ore unloaders on Whiskey Island: Whatever happened to ...?
Built in 1911, four of the 14 monstrous, 880-ton mechanical marvels remained on the Cleveland lakefront. Those ceased operation in 1992 and two were cut apart and sold for scrap in 2000. Two others were disasembled. The other two were disassembled,
Cleveland's job drought will soon be history, study says
With its strong medical and manufacturing industries, Greater Cleveland can expect tens of thousands of new jobs in the coming decade, according to a study by Team NEO.
Black jobless rate often twice overall rate; National Urban League seeks to address it
National Urban League scheduled to kick off Jobs Rebuild America campaign Monday at the Urban League of Greater Cleveland. Five-year $100 million plan will be rolled out in 50 cities.
Cybercrime occurring 18 times every second adds up to big losses: Sunday's Numbers
Sunday's Numbers: Cyber crime is said to be big business for thieves, and it's a growing business for companies trying to prevent it.
MedCity Media CEO hired and fired too fast: My Biggest Mistake
MedCity Media is a digital media company that covers the business of health care and life sciences innovation through its website MedCitynews.com.
More credit myths that can trip you up: Plain Dealing
Why credit scores aren't "debt scores." Why you can't hide credit card debt by shuffling it between low-interest cards. And other burning credit questions.
Job help, networking events: Business calendar
Find out when and where to get help in finding a job.
Who's 'On the Move' in the Cleveland area?
News on Cleveland-area business people.
Turner Construction honored: Business notebook
Turner Construction Co.'s Ohio region led the company nationally in 2012 in partnering with minority- and women-owned business enterprises. A total of $206 million in contracts was awarded to such firms in 2012 in Ohio, which equates to 25 percent of Turner's volume of work. Turner Construction has an office in Cleveland.
Sherwin-Williams' colorful 10-story banner, 'Our Vibrant Home Town,' pays tribute to downtown Cleveland
"Sherwin-Williams really wanted us to help celebrate the city and its hometown with something that really encapsulates all of the vibrancy and energy we have downtown," said Lisa Zandy, senior account supervisor for the Sherwin-Williams account at The Adcom Group.
Ohio gains 7,600 jobs in April, but still doesn't bounce back completely from steep job losses the month before
The job gain means Ohio's unemployment rate in April was 7.0, down from 7.1 percent the month before
University Hospitals to begin construction on Euclid site, not selling to Cleveland Clinic
University Hospitals is on track to begin an $11 million construction project in Euclid next month, according to system officials and city documents.
Bedford woman should watch out for identity problems since she has same name as fiance's ex-wife
I am engaged to a gentleman who had declared bankruptcy when he lived out West, along with is wife at the time. His ex-wife has the same first name I do (Christine). She doesn't live in Ohio. I don't have a middle name to distinguish myself. Is there anything I should worry about or do to prevent his/her bankruptcy from becoming my problem in the future?
Do you have enough money to retire? New study notes problems for young baby boomers
The study found that members of Generation X, who are now between 38 and 47 years old, lost almost half their wealth between 2007 and 2010. Young baby boomers, who are between 48 and 57, lost more money but a smaller portion of their overall wealth.
Record Powerball jackpot inspires office pools
In workplaces across the nation, Americans are inviting their colleagues to chip in $2 for a Powerball ticket and a shared daydream.
Dow, up 121. . . S&P, up 16. . . NASDAQ, up 33
Encouraging news about the U.S. economy is extending the stock market's rally.
Obama budget will cut projected deficits by $1.1 trillion by 2023, report says
Congress' nonpartisan budget analyst says President Barack Obama's budget would trim projected federal deficits by $1.1 trillion over the coming decade.
A year after IPO, Facebook aims to be ad colossus
Even amid the hype and excitement surrounding Facebook's stock market debut a year ago Saturday, there were looming doubts. Investors wondered whether the social network could increase advertising revenue without alienating users, especially those using smartphones and tablet computers.
West Side Market women dish tales for 'Les Dames' benefit
Listen to what female vendors have to say about working at West Side Market.
Stern Advertising will move to Cleveland's Ernst & Young Tower from Pepper Pike
The advertising agency, which will lease 14,000 square feet on the tower's seventh floor, is the first suburban tenant to announce a deal at the Ernst & Young Tower.