This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit charging that Ohio’s state insurance fund for injured workers overcharged employers hundreds of millions of dollars over several years.
A new study shows Ohioâ€™s property taxes have been shifting from business to residential and agricultural for 35 years. And it’s a shift thatâ€™s accelerated over the last 20 years.
The latest monthly report from the state reports a November unemployment of 6.8 percent. That’s down from 6.9 percent in October and the lowest since the summer of 2008.
Some Ohio businesses are pinning their hopes to a new federal program that matches companies with potential partners overseas.
The next text message you get may not be from your BFF, best friend forever – saying they’ll BRT be right there. Instead, it could be from your doctor’s office or local library. WOSU reports some businesses are moving away from snail mail notifications to quick and easy texts.
When it comes to neighborhoods in Columbus, the South Side often is forgotten. Now neighbors and city planners are trying to change that. They are studying the areas needs and formulating a development plan for the future. Neighbors and city leaders will discuss the plan at a meeting tonight.
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission’s new rule, requiring most small businesses to offer at least 12 weeks of unpaid pregnancy and maternity leave, is on hold for at least three months.
This summer the state provided hundreds of thousands of Ohioans with free identity theft protection after a computer backup tape containing their personal information was stolen. Some of the information on the tape included businesses’ information. But businesses are not covered.
Strip-club owners and dancers will try to get voters to overturn recently approved restrictions that will forbid touching of strippers and nude dancing after midnight.
There’s a new development in that battle over a proposal to require that strippers stay a set distance away from patrons at topless bars and other x-rated businesses across Ohio.