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6/6/2014 9:41 AM
Economy adds 217,000 jobs in May
WASHINGTON — The economy added 217,000 net new jobs in May and the unemployment rate held steady at a more than five-year low of 6.3 percent, the Labor Department said today.

6/6/2014 9:11 AM
U.S. stock futures creep higher
NEW YORK — Stock futures rose today after the government said U.S. employers hired at a good clip for the fourth month in a row.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Marathon tops in region at 25th
After making its first appearance last year on Fortune magazine’s list of the 500 largest U.S. companies, The Andersons Inc. apparently has decided just making the prestigious list wasn’t enough.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Dana, UAW workers agree on deal
Dana Holding Corp. has reached a new three-year contract with 2,500 employees represented by the United Auto Workers, including about 730 in Ohio and Michigan.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Firms urge Kasich to reject bill
A number of companies in northwest Ohio or with significant operations here have signed a letter urging Gov. John Kasich to reconsider legislation that would put a two-year hold on the state’s renewable energy and energy efficiency standards while lawmakers study the mandates.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Cooper device evalutes tires
FINDLAY — A new development from Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. may make ol’ Abe Lincoln’s head obsolete.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Program seeks nods for leadership awards
Nominations are being accepted for the 19th annual 20 under 40 Leadership Recognition Program in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Harbor to merge with Wood County services
Harbor, the largest mental health provider in the Toledo area, announced Thursday that it will merge with Behavioral Connections of Wood County Inc. on July 1.

6/6/2014 12:00 AM
Real Estate Transfers: 6-6

6/5/2014 12:00 AM
Toledo economy on slow mend
A state report released this week found the Dayton metro area shows the most promise for job growth in the coming months, while metro Toledo’s economy will likely continue improving, but at a sputtering pace.