On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Political leaders in Ohio and across the country complain that government regulations are preventing many businesses from expanding. Ohio Governor John Kasich says Ohio has one of the toughest business environments.
Ohio State University Doctoral candidate Chris Sutter has traveled the world in an effort to alleviate poverty through sound business practices.
15th District Congresswoman Mary Jo Kilroy Thursday talked job creation with a group of small business leaders at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Kilroy, a Democrat, says she wants to ensure that small businesses have the tools they need to be successful. But a spokesman for the Republican Party is skeptical.
With thousands of people losing their jobs, some are looking at other revenue streams like freelancing. But working from home can be a bit of a distraction. Enter collaborative coworking.
NetJets, the world’s largest private jet company, announced today it will make Columbus the site for a major expansion. Officials say the move will create at least 810 new jobs and build the largest flight safety facility in the world.
We’ve heard how large corporations and their employees are struggling to pay health insurance bills. Often times, small companies have it worse. The lack a large workforce. They lack negotiating clout. In part three of our series – Benefit or Burden – The Rising Cost of Health Insurance, we tell the small business story.
Columbus hosted one of three language summits in the country to address globalization of the economy. Business and civic leaders gathered at COSI Thursday to address language needs in global economies.
Former C-I-A Director James Woolsey was in Ohio today to endorse a proposal to force state government pension funds to sell off their stock in companies that do business in Iran. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Ohio’s businesses are gearing up for two major changes in the next couple of months.
During economic downturns small businesses often struggle to stay afloat and do more with less. Columbus City Council is leading a series of roundtables to find out the needs of small businesses in Columbus.