WOSU News Archives For: May 17, 2011

Protesters Greet J P Morgan-Chase Shareholders In Columbus.

12:00AM
May
17, 2011

Shareholders trying to get into J P Morgan Chase and Co.’s annual meeting held in Columbus were greeted by heavy security and groups of 30 to 40 protesters outside every entrance.

Ohio’s Largest AIDS Agencies Merging

12:00AM
May
17, 2011

The state’s two largest agencies that help people with HIV and AIDS are combining.

Demand Increases For Micro-Loans

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Banks have tightened lending since the recession. And if you're a start-up business with no capital, you can all but forget getting a loan from them. But one local agency that is lending to small businesses and it's watching them grow.
12:00AM
May
17, 2011

Banks have tightened lending since the recession. And if you’re a start-up business with no capital, you can all but forget getting a loan from them. But one local agency that is lending to small businesses and it’s watching them grow.

College Degrees Are More Than Job Prep.

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As part of his effort to reform government Governor Kasich urges state colleges and universities to offer three-year bachelor degrees.
12:00AM
May
17, 2011

As part of his effort to reform government Governor Kasich urges state colleges and universities to offer three-year bachelor degrees. The governor argues three-year programs will cost less, reduce student loan debt, and get students into the job market faster. But WOSU Commentator Stacia Kock says there’s a downside as well.