WOSU News Archives For: April 24, 2008

Dublin “Optimistic” Wendy’s Will Remain

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Despite a bleak earnings report, Wendy’s stock price closed up more than 4 percent Thursday on news that Triarc companies is buying the Dublin – based fast food chain.

School Groups Fail to Put School-Funding Measure on Statewide Ballot

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Once again, a coalition of Ohio school groups has failed in its effort to put a school-funding proposal onto the statewide ballot.

Governor Expected to Sign Measure to Increase Protection Against ID Theft

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Ohioans who have their credit cards stolen will soon be getting a little more protection against identity theft.

Mayor plans to bring Israeli businesses to Columbus

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says he wants to bring international bio-technology companies into the city. Coleman recently returned from a trade trip in Israel and he spoke downtown about he plans to bring Israeli companies into the Central Ohio economy.

Governor announces statewide broadband network

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Ohio Governor Ted Strickland met with several public and private-sector leaders Thursday to discuss plans for a broadband network that would cover the entire state, and eventually the country.

Arby’s Owner to Buy Wendy’s

12:00AM
April
24, 2008

Wendy’s International Inc has agreed to be bought by Triarc Cos Inc, the investment arm of billionaire investor Nelson Peltz, in a deal valued at $2.34 billion that would bring Triarc’s Arby’s restaurant chain and Wendy’s under one umbrella.