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Business Courier Serving Cincinnati - Northern Kentucky back issues
Tri-State gets new college: Online courses first; campus also in works.(University of Phoenix comes to Cincinnati, Ohio)(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... The University of Phoenix -- an upstart, for-profit school that has spread across the nation -- is entering the Cincinnati market with online courses and plans for a brick-and-mortar campus. The university is advertising on job site Monster.com for a Cincinnati business development...
Downtown's restaurant scene booming: Sit-down eateries grow even as economy sputters.(Cincinnati, Ohio)(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... The number of sit-down restaurants downtown grew by 13 percent this year, fueled by hungry sports fans and theater crowds; downtown dwellers and business folk. After three years of near stagnation, the number of downtown eateries surged in 2001, according to an informal annual survey...
Findlay chief wants to lure more vendors.(Corporation for Findlay Market, Bob Pickford)(Statistical Data Included)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... More vendors, more food, more commerce, more noise. Bob Pickford, new executive director of the Corporation for Findlay Market said he'll push for all of the above, as he prepares to manage the city-owned market. "There's a saying in the grocery industry: Pile it high, watch it...
Rolling Again: Barry Elkus has taken hard-won lessons with him to his new venture.(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... Barry Elkus never wants to forget: So whenever he makes an important decision, he takes another look at the dogeared list of handwritten reminders tucked away in his day. planner. The list dates to August 1998, several months after Elkus left Big Sky Bread Co., the company he co-founded...
Exec fights to save Web patent: Belcan's Anderson stands to gain millions.(Ralph Anderson, CEO of Belcan Corp.)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... Local entrepreneur Ralph Anderson could make millions of dollars from a patent lawsuit involving the giants of the Internet. The suit could ultimately decide who owns rights to one of the basic processes that governs the transfer of images and text on the World Wide Web. Anderson,...