Office Space

Office Space: Fuse

Cardinal Health product teams work from an off-campus office in Dublin.
  • Office Space: treetree

    When the founders of treetree designed their Italian Village headquarters, they nixed offices to promote collaboration among staff at the marketing agency.

  • Office Space: Feinknopf

    When architectural photographer Brad Feinknopf isn’t traveling the globe, he works out of a Downtown studio designed for him.

  • Office Space: Dawson

    The recruiting agency spent more than $3 million renovating a former office furniture showroom into an expansive headquarters with plenty of edge.

  • Office Space: Thompson Hine

    The Thompson Hine office in the heart of downtown overlooks the business community served by the firm’s 41 Columbus-based attorneys.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are more anxious about the economy now than they were right after the Great Recession ended despite stock market gains, falling unemployment and growth moving closer to full health.

  • South Campus Gateway struggling to keep tenants

    A “one-of-a-kind” World of Beer tavern will open in the spring at the South Campus Gateway as part of an effort to resuscitate the area adjacent to the Ohio State University campus. Campus Gateway is in the middle of its second biggest retail turnover since opening in 2005. Much of the turnover involves the alley between 9th and 11th avenues, a pedestrian-only area that has been blamed for the demise of several businesses.

  • Tim Hortons a big part of Canadian identity

    TORONTO (AP) — Few things unite Canadians the way Tim Hortons does. For half a century, they have warmed themselves on chilly mornings with the chain's coffee and Timbits — or doughnut holes to Americans.

  • 10 things to know about corporate inversions

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Burger King plans to become the latest U.S. company to shift its legal address out of the country by merging with a foreign company. Burger King has announced plans to buy Tim Hortons, the Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain.

  • After sale of homebuilder, Pulte signs replacing Dominion’s

    Pulte Homes signs replaced Dominion Homes signs yesterday throughout central Ohio subdivisions, the first visible sign of a major change in central Ohio homebuilding. Pulte, the huge Atlanta-based homebuilder, announced yesterday that it had acquired Dominion, which means that for the first time, the largest builder in central Ohio will not be based in the area.

  • Mimicking the airlines, hotels get fee-happy

    NEW YORK (AP) — Forget bad weather, traffic jams and kids asking, "Are we there yet?" The real headache for many travelers is a quickly-growing list of hotel surcharges, even for items they never use.

  • Guest Blog: Everyone’s A Winner—NOT!!!!

    (Editor’s Note: This is the ninth in a series of columns by family business leaders and advisors with information and ideas about topics unique to family businesses, developed in conjunction with the Conway Center for Family Business.)

  • Democrats reframe debate on health care

    WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the most vulnerable Senate Democrats is standing by his vote for President Barack Obama's health care law, a fresh sign that the unpopular mandate may be losing some of its political punch.

  • Expect lots of sales this holiday, L Brands execs say

    L Brands executives expect this year’s holiday shopping season to be a lot like last year’s — and that means plenty of discounts. “We anticipate a lot of promotional (discount) activity going into the holidays,” said Nicholas Coe, president and CEO of the Columbus-based retailer’s personal-care chain Bath & Body Works.

  • Sellers of Braxton Miller’s No. 5 jersey to take a hit

    Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is out for the 2014 season, and so is his No. 5 jersey. And that is leaving some Buckeye-themed retailers sitting on thousands of dollars in inventory seemingly destined to sit on shelves for a long time — maybe a year.

  • Bloomberg offers grants to help cities innovate

    NEW YORK (AP) — American cities looking to be more innovative in how they address local issues can now get a helping hand from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's charitable foundation.

  • Q&A: How 1 US factory owner fought cheap imports

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Much of U.S. manufacturing has been decimated in the past decade by less expensive imports from China, but it didn't necessarily have to be that way, according to a compelling new book by journalist Beth Macy.

  • Have insurers found new ways to avoid the sick?

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Ending insurance discrimination against the sick was a central goal of the nation's health care overhaul, but leading patient groups say that promise is being undermined by new barriers from insurers.