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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.

Office Space: Columbus Clippers offer behind-the-scenes tour of Huntington Park

Take a peek at the Park’s office aesthetic that hits a home run when it comes to team spirit.

Office Space: L Brands HQ has sophisticated aesthetic—and an in-house Starbucks

Approximately 6,000 Columbus employees report to work at the Fortune 500 retailer’s fashionable campus near Easton Town Center.

Office Space: Columbia Gas' new HQ boasts good views, retro decor

Two airy new HQ buildings overlook the Arena District and Huntington Park. The view is one of many office amenities.

Office Space: The Greater Columbus Sports Commission

A new Arena District office suits the needs of a growing GCSC operation.

Office Space: Inside the Blue Jackets' executive suite

Inside the Blue Jackets' executive suite and the office of president of hockey operations, John Davidson

Office Space: COSI's David Chesebough celebrates popular science in his office

The office of COSI’s president and CEO David Chesebough is a science lover’s dream.

Office Space: leftchannel's design studio invites staff to work and relax

The design studio that creates motion graphics, TV spots, music videos and other graphic design work has an inviting vibe.

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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