Cincinnati In The News
The Daily Meal online food and dining website has a travel story about Over-the-Rhine as a "hidden food and drink gem" and a "great comeback story."
The New York Times has a glowing report, "Downtown Cincinnati Thrives as Riots' Memories Recede," in its Feb. 25 real estate section, focusing on high-profile development at The Banks, Fountain Square and OTR.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority has created a powerful new CEO position to connect four different bus systems in the region (across two states) with each other and a new downtown streetcar line. Does anyone in Cincinnati think that's a good idea?
Cincinnati startup CEOs Chris Bergman of Choremoster and Rodney Williams of Lisnr are featured in Upstart 100, a list of "the inventors, visionaries, masters and more driving the new economy" that includes Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and Taylor Swift.
Chiquita Brands International, which moved its headquarters from Cincinnati to Charlotte, N.C., in 2012, announced last week that it would close its Charlotte office in the wake of a recent purchase by Brazilian companies.
Huffington Post blogger Jason Grill gives big props to Cincinnati's startup scene, specifically CincyTech and Cintrifuse, saying we now rival Kansas City as his pick for America's most entrepreneurial city.
Cincinnati improved significantly in the annual Milken Institute’s Best Performing Cities study and now rates #68 among large metro areas for job growth, wage and salary growth and the size and concentration of high tech industry.
Forbes magazine is out with its annual "30 Under 30" list of young folks making a mark and changing the world in 20 different categories. A number of present and past Cincinnatians are featured, many of them running startups developed through The Brandery.
New venture capital funding for Everything But The House "a testament to the rise of Cincinnati's tech scene," says Tech Cocktail.
Cincinnati is one of eight U.S. cities identified as potential "next Silicon Valleys" in a Huffington Post report on new destinations for "burgeoning techies."
General Electric Co. is about to strengthen its ties to downtown Cincinnati in the latest sign that urban centers in the Rust Belt are becoming more attractive to U.S. corporations.
You're the Boss is a New York Times blog offers an insider's perspective on small-business ownership. This week, Cincinnati's Fred Warmbier, owner of Finishing Technology Inc., shared his insights on running a small business.
There's a Kentucky restaurant that has completely abolished tipping, and contrary to what you might expect, it actually looks like it might be great for their servers.
Minority business accelerators have launched in a handful of metropolitan areas in recent years as local businesses, chambers of commerce and economic development groups work to create more jobs and improve the quality of life in their regions. The Cincinnati accelerator, created by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in 2003, has inspired officials and business people in the Greenville, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C., and Newark, N.J. areas to start similar programs.
Cincinnati ranked No. 2 on MyLife's list of the 10 best cities to be a writer.