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The Economy & Business
8:35 am
Tue February 11, 2014

Dayton Racino Plans To Hire This Summer

An official at the racino under construction in Dayton says most of the hiring will happen this summer - but smokers need not apply.

Gary DeWitt, general manager of the Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, wouldn't say how many people will be hired or how many will be full-time at the new track being built on the site of an old automotive plant.

But he did say they won't hire smokers. All Penn National Gaming establishments require employees to be non-smokers. The harness-racing track, which also will feature 1,000 slot machines, will be smoke-free.

The Economy & Business
2:20 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

Logistics Jobs Expected To Grow In Dayton Area In 2014

Credit kebe / Openclipart

State and local leaders are pushing to grow the logistics and transportation industries, particularly around the I-70/I-75 interchange, with one major new project already under construction west of the Dayton International Airport.

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Affordable Care Act
6:17 am
Fri February 7, 2014

Local Employers Face Uncertainty With Health Care Law

This week the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report on the effect of the Affordable Care Act on jobs. Among other things, the report says low- and middle-income workers may have less incentive to work more hours if it means losing health care subsidies.

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The Economy & Business
7:23 pm
Thu January 30, 2014

Tech Town’s Building III Gets First Tenants

Downtown Dayton’s Tech Town has a new tenant as of this week: 100 employees from the IT department at the Dayton Children’s Hospital are beginning to move into a third of Building III while the hospital does a major new construction project.

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Under Construction
6:00 am
Thu January 30, 2014

Mayors, Jobs, And Making The Most Of Water: WYSO's Lewis Wallace Talks To Nan Whaley

Mayor Nan Whaley at a recent opening for an AIDS health center in Dayton.
Credit Lewis Wallace / WYSO

Newly sworn-in Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley was at the U.S. Conference of Mayors Jan. 22-24, and she came back with some insights about what mayors can do to grow jobs and make the most of natural resources.

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