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Updated 2 hours ago
Pharmacies still grind it out
In this electronic age, not everyone knows about mortars and pestles.

Updated 6 hours ago
Ohioans await 1st sales tax holiday
COLUMBUS — It’s considered an experiment.

Updated 7 hours ago
Food retailer rises at Shops at Franklin Place
Work progresses on a 7,000-square-foot strip building at the entrance to the Shops at Franklin Place at 5235 Monroe St. The strip building, on the site of the former Franklin Park Cinemas, will house a food retailer with a drive-thru window, according to the developers/owners, Devonshire REIT Inc. of Whitehouse. The building, which is in front

Updated 7 hours ago
‘Mcity’ paves way for research
ANN ARBOR — Sometimes the best way to do real-world testing is to create your own reality.

Updated 7 hours ago
Business Notebook: Conventions
Listings include organizations, headquarters, and number of attendees expected as estimated by Destination Toledo:

Updated 7 hours ago
Business Notebook: Transitions
■ Laffs Inc. Comedy Club featuring the Sidelines Kitchen has opened in the former Club Soda building at 3922 Secor Rd.

Updated 7 hours ago
Business Notebook: Calendar
■ The Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority will hold its 4th annual LMHA Works! Contractors and Suppliers Information Session from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the University of Toledo Scott Park Campus auditorium, 2225 Nebraska Ave. Cost: free. Registration recommended at 419-259-9465 or lmhaworks@lucasmha.org. For information, call 419-259-9611.

Updated 7 hours ago
Business Notebook: Achievements
■ Otis Sawyer, a senior vice president at La-Z-Boy Inc. of Monroe, has been named president of the furniture company’s Casegoods division, replacing Steven Kincaid, who is moving to an advisory role with the business. Mr. Sawyer is president of the firm’s England furniture brand and will retain that responsibility. Casegoods includes three brands, American Drew, Hammary, and

Updated 7 hours ago
Bid to boost U.S.-made goods
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The group cheer at Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s third annual U.S. manufacturing summit — convened to find more American-made products — was greeted with a voice from another era.

Updated 7 hours ago
U.S. tax structure impacts brewer
WASHINGTON — Even a company that named its top beer after a hero of the American Revolution may have to forsake its country.




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