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The Economy & Business
7:35 am
Wed November 13, 2013

State Lawmaker Wants Retailers To Pay More To Employees Working On Thanksgiving

The day after Thanksgiving has traditionally been the start of the holiday shopping season. But this year, many retailers plan to open their doors with special sales on Thanksgiving itself. One Democratic State lawmaker says mandating employees work on that day is not right. Democrat Mike Foley explains he is introducing a bill that would require employers to pay much more to workers who work during that time.

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Affordable Care Act
5:30 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

“Self-Insurance” Allows Ohio Businesses New Flexibility in Health Plans

Southwest Ohio businesses have a new health care option on the table: so-called “self-insurance” allows companies to cut out the middle man.

The South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce in Miamisburg has signed up to give its members access to a national self-insurance pool with hundreds of other businesses, which chamber director Julia Maxton says can save them money.

“It’s very clean, it’s very clear,” Maxton said. “It is something that they can understand.”

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PoliticsOhio
6:13 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Regional Leaders Meet With National Leaders in Recent Dayton Development Coalition Trip

The Dayton Development Coalition has wrapped up its annual trip to Washington, D.C. this week. The fly-in includes business, educational and government leaders from the area. This week on PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord is joined by Michael Gessel with the Dayton Development Coalition to talk about the trip.

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The Economy & Business
7:04 am
Wed May 15, 2013

Honda Announces Another Ohio Auto Plant

Honda announced yesterday it will bring back its so-called “supercar” Acura NSX after suspending production in 2005. And the new high performance two-seater will be built in Ohio.

“We will renew the dream and build this high-tech supercar right here in Marysville, Ohio," says Honda executive, Hidenobu Iwata

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The Economy & Business
8:16 am
Mon April 15, 2013

Medical Equipment Maker to Move Offices to Dayton

A western Ohio medical equipment company is planning to move corporate offices and 51 jobs to Dayton.

The Dayton Daily News reports that Midmark Corp. would also add six jobs under plans to move into space in the former NCR Corp. headquarters building.

The Darke County company employs some 1,600 people globally and makes medical, dental and veterinary equipment.

The company is receiving $100,000 in county economic development money to help pay for renovation costs. It will be leasing some 23,000 square feet from the University of Dayton, the building's owner.

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