At SignOnSanDiego.com Joyce M. Rosenberg writes "Although the summer is supposed to be a slower time for many companies, small business owners often find themselves busy and stressed.
The demolition contractor hired by Lucas County yesterday to tear down the Toledo Sports Arena is in hot water with the city of Toledo over his alleged effort to mislead the city about minority subcontracting.
I saw something about what is described (the Trans-Texas Corridor) in the link below on Buckeye Channel 11 on the evening news. I find it rather disturbing. This is the link:
Here's an editorial from the Daily Telegram in Michigan that calls a spade a spade. Sorry to those of you who can't stomach another smoking thread, but this is too important to let slip by.
Should Pull-A-Part be allowed a Special Use Permit to allow construction of an Auto Salvage Yard on Spencer Street?
As a resident of the South End this proposal of a Junk Yard off Spencer Street concerns me greatly. No matter how you look at it Pull-A-Part is still a junk yard.
A developer who has gained the reputation as a savior and someone willing to take risks and invest in aging downtown Toledo buildings has set his sights on one of the city's earliest skyscrapers.
David Ball confirmed yesterday that he has entered into negotiations to buy the Fifth Third Center building at Madison Avenue and Huron Street and is close to finalizing the sale.
Preliminary designs for Toledo’s new downtown sports arena boast an oval-shaped building with an entirely glass entryway facing the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Huron Street.
Lining the building along those same streets, the plan proposes a plaza with grass, hedges, and trees, which will provide a walking area for downtown visitors and arena patrons.
Instead, he created Farthing Mobile through Sonopia, a new
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"Public invited to offer ideas on new arena
Lucas County commissioners are taking the downtown arena discussion back to the public, this time through a series of planned meetings to field suggestions for the arena's design.
"WASHINGTON - The same industrial chemical that led to a massive pet food recall was used in animal feed ingredients made by a U.S. company, health officials said Wednesday.
The FDA alerted feed manufacturers that ingredients containing melamine and related compounds were found in products made by Tembec BTLSR Inc. of Toledo, Ohio, and used by Uniscope Inc. of Johnstown, Colo."
For some time The Blade has been running an ad on local television extolling the remarkable economic growth China has, and is, experiencing. It also suggests we can emulate this growth if we undergo dramatic change.
Heidtman Steel Products Inc. of Toledo, Ohio, said today it is considering locations in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan on which to build a steel processing plant.
Why don't they expand in Toledo? Maybe they are looking for a specific location.
Chrysler Group have hired Morpheus Capital Advisors to advise them on a possible bid for the company, Morpheus President Mitchell Gordon said on Friday.
The boutique investment-banking firm, based in New York, is advising the group comprised of salaried and hourly workers.
Do you think that the 24 hour national news channels indirectly undermine the United States tradition of federalism?
FirstEnergy Corp., which owns Toledo Edison, has notified state regulators that it will file a plan in June to increase its distribution rates by $334 million starting in 2009.
By then, all previous fees it collected or costs it had frozen or deferred under Ohio
Thought this one was interesting:
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Here's 25 rules to grow rich by (believe it or not Guest Zero actually has validated some of these tips):