Dublin officials are working with developers and planners to create a walkable, urban space designed to attract young professionals and empty nesters.
Despite the high costs of long-term health care, future retirees are not saving enough
Flexjet knows how to draw a crowd. In September, the Dallas-based private aviation services company drove a Bombardier Learjet 85 down I-71 to Franklin Park Conservatory for a private event commemorating Learjet’s 50th anniversary.
One Easton-based company played a central role in Tom Hanks’ latest blockbuster Captain Phillips.
Faced with cyber risks, some corporate leaders are taking on a new defensive role.
Central Ohio charities and nonprofits are reaching out to their donor bases and the wider community in order to keep that generosity flowing.
Safelite Group CEO Tom Feeney will share details about his career path during the second forum in the Columbus Chamber of Commerce series.
Hammacher Schlemmer (hammacher.com) constantly offers the kind of gadgets you don’t find in other stores or from other sources. They’re gadgets you didn’t think existed, but you know you want once you see them.
A crowd of more than 225 attended the debut of the Columbus Chamber’s CEO Insights Series with featured guest Les Wexner, founder, president, chairman and CEO of L Brands. (See event photos on page 14.)
BalletMet’s executive director Cheri Mitchell was always a dance fan, never a dancer.
Gov. Kasich’s two-year budget will save Ohio taxpayers $2.7 billion. But experts disagree about the impact the cuts will have on economic development.
For the third year in a row, Columbus CEO asked local leaders to turn their attention to the stand-out leaders and important issues that impact the Central Ohio business community.
A woodworking shop buzzes with activity just down the hall from James Stein’s office. The president of the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio is proud to say that the nonprofit now makes—not simply redistributes—furniture to Central Ohioans in need.
Tom Harris honed his leadership skills on the baseball field. The principals that served him well as a Buckeye shortstop and team co-captain have transferred well to HMB, the company he cofounded and leads as CEO.
E.J. Thomas brings a wealth of experience to bear on his work as CEO of Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio. His policy acumen paired with his ability to build consensus as a leader kept the organization afloat through the recession.
George Barrett’s employees call him by his first name as he walks the halls of Cardinal Health’s Dublin headquarters. The CEO’s energy and enthusiasm are contagious among what appears to be a very motivated workforce.
David Chesebrough has the coolest office in Columbus. The president and CEO of COSI comes to work every day with a mission to make science and education accessible and fun for visitors of all ages.
Meeting the community’s expectations isn’t part of Nationwide Children’s Hospital CEO Steve Allen’s personal job description. He is all about exceeding the community’s aspirations for the children’s hospital that was founded more than a century ago.
The economic outlook is sunny in Central Ohio, according to the annual survey of top business leaders
The Thompson Hine office in the heart of downtown overlooks the business community served by the firm’s 41 Columbus-based attorneys. The personal office of partner-in-charge Tony White is decorated with the jerseys he wore on the Ohio State University basketball court from 1985-89.
In 1906, electric power in America was a revolutionary technology. The company that would become American Electric Power was incorporated that year; a century on, AEP’s president and CEO Nick Akins is leading the company through a new revolution.
Local research creates realistic products that can lead to more successful medical procedures.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has approved changes to its general solicitation rule for private-placement companies.
Employers are still figuring out how to meet and fund Obamacare requirements. Plan are extensions are helpful but also lead to more questions.
Trademark violations in web searches are difficult to prove. Courts allow competitors to purchase one another’s keywords from search engines.
Realizing that schools need more than pencils and pep talks, businesses offer expertise and support for levy.
Former graphic designer AJ Perry channels her passion for baking into her own small business.
TiVo is a company that the gadget world either pities or admires.
Thanks to Mary Navarro, Huntington has been the smallest bank to make American Banker’s list of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking for two years in a row.
In the March 2014 issue, Columbus CEO will recognize outstanding Central Ohio health-care professionals and organizations who are making a difference in the lives of their patients, colleagues and community.