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Franklin: Senior leaders must help employees grow
 Doug Franklin, who retired in August as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, was this year’s Executive-in-Residence at the 12th annual University of Dayton Business as a Calling Symposium. Franklin, who started with Cox in 1977 while attending college, served in a variety of roles over...

5:05 AM Sunday, Nov. 08, 2015

Doug Franklin, who retired in August as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, was this year’s Executive-in-Residence at the 12th annual University of Dayton Business as a Calling Symposium. Franklin, who started with Cox in 1977 while attending college, served in a variety of roles over...
Teradata selling business unit, shares drop sharply

9:41 PM Thursday, Nov. 05, 2015

Teradata Corp. reported a 9 percent drop in earnings Thursday and announced plans to sell its marketing applications business as part of a series of initiatives to improve the company’s performance. The Miami Twp.-based company hopes to save about $120 million in operating income in 2016 by selling its marketing software unit and focusing...
Flowserve to close Dayton foundry
 Flowserve will close its Dayton foundry, eliminating 80 jobs, company officials confirmed Thursday. Flowserve will cease the primary steel operation at 635 N. Irwin St., said Lars Rosene, the company’s vice president of global communications and public affairs. The Flowserve Dayton Foundry will continue to operate into the second quarter...

3:05 PM Thursday, Nov. 05, 2015

Flowserve will close its Dayton foundry, eliminating 80 jobs, company officials confirmed Thursday. Flowserve will cease the primary steel operation at 635 N. Irwin St., said Lars Rosene, the company’s vice president of global communications and public affairs. The Flowserve Dayton Foundry will continue to operate into the second quarter...
Teradata to sell its Marketing Applications business
 Data analytics giant Teradata Corp. reported a 9 percent drop in earnings Thursday and announced plans to sell its Marketing Applications business as part of a series of initiatives to improve the company’s performance. The Miami Twp.-based company reported revenue of $606 million for the third quarter of 2015, a 9 percent decline from...

2:24 PM Thursday, Nov. 05, 2015

Data analytics giant Teradata Corp. reported a 9 percent drop in earnings Thursday and announced plans to sell its Marketing Applications business as part of a series of initiatives to improve the company’s performance. The Miami Twp.-based company reported revenue of $606 million for the third quarter of 2015, a 9 percent decline from...
HOT TOPICS: The week in celebrity headlines

5:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 05, 2015

“THE WALKING DEAD” DROPS STEVEN YEUN FROM OPENING CREDITS: He’ll turn up in Episode Five as a hungry extra. JIMI HENDRIX’S LONDON APARTMENT TO BE OPENED TO PUBLIC: Perhaps they should have aired it out first. MISSING “INSIDE OUT” EMOTIONS REVEALED: “Jealousy,” “Rage” plotting major...
Local tech firm a winner in $6M Verizon competition

7:18 PM Wednesday, Nov. 04, 2015

A Dayton-area technology start-up was announced Wednesday as one of 12 winners in Verizon’s 2015 Powerful Answers Award competition. Kettering-based Smart Barn by PrecisionLSF was named as one of four winners in the “Internet of Things” category in Verizon’s third annual competition, which challenges entrepreneurs...
Woolpert imagery aids South Carolina disaster response

2:44 PM Wednesday, Nov. 04, 2015

A Beavercreek-based engineering and design services firm provided aerial imagery of massive flooding last month in South Carolina to help local governments and agencies address the immediate needs of those affected by the disaster, according to a media release. Woolpert Inc. collected perishable aerial imagery as the waters crested. The company...
Mound Laser acquired by medical device maker

10:10 PM Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2015

Mound Laser & Photonics Center Inc. will remain in Kettering but change its name following its acquisition Tuesday by New Hampshire-based Resonetics, the company’s top executive said. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Currently, Mound Laser has 80 employees. The company plans to hire additional local workers, said CEO Tom Burns...
Greenville firm part of $1.5B acquisition

8:38 PM Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2015

Jarden Corp. has completed its $1.5 billion acquisition of Visant Holding Corp., the parent company of Jostens Inc. and other entities comprising the Jostens business, including Greenville-based Neff Motivation Inc., company officials announced Tuesday. Neff is one of the top suppliers of school awards, varsity jackets and team apparel in...
New Hampshire firm acquires Mound Laser

5:28 PM Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2015

Mound Laser & Photonics Center Inc. has been acquired by a New Hampshire-based medical device manufacturer, company officials announced Tuesday. Kettering-based Mound Laser was purchased by Resonetics, a laser micromachining company headquartered in Nashua, N.H. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Resonetics provides laser micro manufacturing...
Emerson Climate sales drop 8 percent

2:53 PM Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2015

Sidney-based Emerson Climate Technologies’ net sales decreased 8 percent during the fourth quarter, parent company Emerson Electric Co. announced Tuesday. North American sales were down 3 percent, with the U.S. residential air conditioning business impacted by challenging year-over-year comparisons stemming from the 2014 industry pre-build...
Ohio winter heating program underway

7:15 PM Monday, Nov. 02, 2015

Ohio’s heating assistance program for households threatened with disconnection during the winter months starts today, according to the Ohio Development Services Agency. The Home Energy Assistance Program runs today through March 31, 2016. The HEAP Winter Crisis program will provide assistance to eligible households that are threatened...
Ohio ranks in Top 10 for business climate

4:48 PM Monday, Nov. 02, 2015

Site Selection has named Ohio among the top 10 U.S. states with the best business climate, according to the magazine’s November issue. Ohio ranked No. 7 for Top Business Climate, dropping from fifth place in 2014. Officials said 50 percent of the overall business climate ranking is based on a survey of corporate site selectors who are...
Meijer expands curbside service to Dayton stores
 Meijer will expand its new online ordering and curbside service to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, company officials said. The retailer launched its “Meijer Curbside” shopping service in April at a store in Grand Rapids, Mich., where the company is headquartered. The service allows customers to shop online and then...

9:12 PM Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015

Meijer will expand its new online ordering and curbside service to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, company officials said. The retailer launched its “Meijer Curbside” shopping service in April at a store in Grand Rapids, Mich., where the company is headquartered. The service allows customers to shop online and then...
Brookville 3M plant to close

6:29 PM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

Workers at the 3M plant in Brookville were told Friday that the facility will close by the end of January. A spokeswoman for St. Paul, Minn.-based 3M confirmed the plant closing, which is expected to be completed by January 31. The closing will impact about 75 full-time workers at the Brookville plant, which manufacturers the company&rsquo...
Henny Penny opens $7.5M expansion

4:27 PM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

Preble County restaurant-equipment manufacturer Henny Penny Corp. has opened a new 46,000-square-foot expansion at its headquarters campus in Eaton, company officials announced Friday. The $7.5 million expansion, located within the Wagner Building, includes a test kitchen, a high-tech training room, a 90-seat auditorium and a lounge area...
Area cities seek $1.9M in ED/GE funding

3:56 PM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

Eight Montgomery County jurisdictions are seeking $1.87 million combined in development funding for 10 proposed projects, property improvements or expansions, county officials said Friday. The total investment value of the projects is more than $126.9 million, said Erik Collins, the county’s director of community and economic development...
6 things to know about Meijer's curbside service program
 The convenience of Meijer's curbside service is making its way to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, according to our news partner Dayton Daily News.  Meijer Curbside allows customers to shop online and enjoy the convenience of picking up their groceries curbside without leaving their vehicles, officials said. Meijer...

3:18 PM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

The convenience of Meijer's curbside service is making its way to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, according to our news partner Dayton Daily News.  Meijer Curbside allows customers to shop online and enjoy the convenience of picking up their groceries curbside without leaving their vehicles, officials said. Meijer...
Henny Penny opens training center

2:06 PM Friday, Oct. 30, 2015

Preble County restaurant equipment manufacturer Henny Penny Corp. has opened a new 46,000-square-foot expansion at its headquarters campus in Eaton, company officials announced. The $7.5 million expansion, located within the Wagner Building, includes a test kitchen, a high-tech training room, a 90-seat auditorium and a lounge area for special...
Meijer expands curbside program to 4 area stores
 Meijer will expand its new online ordering and curbside service to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, company officials announced Thursday. The retailer launched its “Meijer Curbside” shopping service in April at a store in Grand Rapids, Mich., where the company is headquartered. On Thursday, Meijer announced that it...

2:24 PM Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

Meijer will expand its new online ordering and curbside service to four Dayton-area stores by early next year, company officials announced Thursday. The retailer launched its “Meijer Curbside” shopping service in April at a store in Grand Rapids, Mich., where the company is headquartered. On Thursday, Meijer announced that it...
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