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Review: Faster, slimmer iPad Air 2 features many improvements

The iPad Air 2 comes with two major improvements over its predecessor, as well as a few oddities at the fault of Apple and AT&T.

Vision 2015: Rising to the challenge

Central Ohio executives detail how their organizations are dealing with four key issues for 2015.
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Stock performance of top Columbus companies

Central Ohio’s top public companies represent diverse industries and contribute to the area’s strong economy.

Office Space: The Perch's shared offices encourage collaboration

The shared office space welcomes small businesses and individuals interested in working in a collaborative environment.

National Church Residences integrates medical care, services in senior housing

National Church Residences integrates housing, healthcare and supportive services for seniors to foster independence and good health.

Reading List: The seven silent growth killers of 'Mighty Midsized Companies'

Author Robert Sher on how your business can stay alive, overcome obstacles and maintain its mid-level status
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Review: Faster, slimmer iPad Air 2 features many improvements

The iPad Air 2 comes with two major improvements over its predecessor, as well as a few oddities at the fault of Apple and AT&T.

Innovation Spotlight: Olah Healthcare helps hospitals simplify recordkeeping

Tech company relies on experience and customer service to build business with healthcare providers.
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Central Ohio companies encourage volunteering to boost morale

Area companies encourage service opportunities to build goodwill in the office and community.
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