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Updated 26 minutes ago
OSU expects $3M royalties bump after title win
COLUMBUS — The Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes’ national championship victory.

Published 29 minutes ago
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Updated 1 hour ago
REIT announces dividend
Health Care REIT Inc. announced a quarterly dividend of 8.25 cents per share, payable Feb. 20 to stockholders of record on Feb. 10. The real estate investment trust specializes in health care and senior facilities.

Updated 2 hours ago
OC executive leaving company
Charles E. Dana, a veteran executive at Owens Corning, is to become executive vice president of Molded Fiber Glass Coss in Ashtabula, Ohio, effective April 1.

Updated 2 hours ago
Columbia Gas service fee falls
A key component of Columbia Gas of Ohio rates will drop slightly for the 12 months starting in April, after auction results approved this week by state utility regulators.

Updated 2 hours ago
WMNT sues over secret sale
Two minority-stake owners of a low-power Toledo television station filed suit in U.S. District Court this week alleging the majority owner has attempted to sell the station — and its potentially valuable FCC license — without their knowledge.

Updated 2 hours ago
New Chamber welcomes advice
On a day that highlighted change in the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, an out-of-town visitor offered some suggestions on how to change the city’s attitude toward entrepreneurship.

Updated 16 hours ago
Amazon shares spike as 4Q profit soars
NEW YORK — Shares of Amazon.com jumped over 8 percent in aftermarket trading after the e-commerce giant beat quarterly profit expectations by a mile.

Updated 16 hours ago
Good earnings news pushes stocks up
NEW YORK — The U.S. stock market is closing sharply higher after investors received encouraging news on corporate earnings and the jobs market.

Updated 18 hours ago
Kasich budget proposal expands tax breaks
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich’s latest two-year budget proposal will call for forgiving the entire income tax bill for small businesses on their first $2 million in earnings and expand tax breaks for lower-income families.




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