More job cuts coming at JPMorgan Chase, Kasich talks work-force development in State of the State, Cincinnati’s “shabby” arena hurting its convention bid, Steiner still buying land, fraud victims sue banks, Connor Group thinks big, and Honda diversifies board. JPMorgan job cuts planned JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) is planning another round of job cuts, above and beyond the 13,000-plus announced last year, the Financial Times is reporting. The cuts are in response to “plunging demand for home loans”…// Columbus Business News – Local Columbus News ...
By all accounts, Ohio in general and the Mahoning Valley in particular have a long road to hoe before reaching recovery from the destructive aftereffects of the Great Recession of five years ago.
The proof is in the numbers.
In 2013, the Second Harvest Foodbank of the Mahoning Valley donated 9.2 million pounds of food to about 15,000 individuals and families seeking help weekly, illustrating the continuing increase in hunger in our community.
Unemployment moved in precisely the wrong direction in 2013. Mahoning County’s average annual unemployment rate ...
Ohio awards $1M in grants to rape crisis centers
Ohio’s attorney general has awarded $1 million in new grant funding to 25 rape crisis centers across the state.
Ohio seeks public comment on hunting proposals
State officials are seeking public comment on hunting, trapping and fishing regulations proposed for 2014 through 2015.
Ohio, company reach settlement over unpaid loans
The state of Ohio says it’s reached a $1.5 million settlement with a Toledo manufacturing company for unpaid loans.
Ohio to get $5M in Endo Health gov’t settlement
President Obama’s speech at a Democratic Governors Association fundraiser in D.C. last night contained a key pearl of political wisdom for his party. Here it is:
If there’s one message I want to deliver today to every Democrat and every person who’s interested in supporting Democratic policies, it’s that you got to pay attention to the states. You have to stay focused on what’s happening in the states, and you especially have to pay attention to what’s happening in the states during midterm elections. Because we ...
WASHINGTON — In a campaign season with broad presidential implications, Democrats are working to undercut prominent Republican governors who expect to strengthen their political appeal in November’s midterm elections.
Solid returns strengthen Ohio public pension funds
Strong investment returns last year have boosted the long-term financial stability of Ohio’s public pension funds serving roughly 1.7 million people.
Ohio hunting, fishing licenses about to go on sale
Licenses for Ohio’s upcoming fishing, hunting and trapping seasons are about to go on sale with prices unchanged from last year.
Census: market value of Ohio ag products soared
COLUMBUS — Ohio’s state treasurer has received permission to conduct campaign-style telephone town halls using public money.
Republican Josh Mandel recently requested an opinion on the matter from Attorney General Mike DeWine, as his re-election in November nears.
An opinion DeWine issued Wednesday cleared Mandel ...