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‘Surf Ohio’ expands to Austin

2:03 PM Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

The iconic “Surf Ohio” T-shirt is getting a transplant to Texas. Surf Ohio founder Ron Kaplan has partnered with friend and Texas native Curtis Wilson to launch a line of “Surf Austin” apparel, according to a media release. The duo has launched a new retail website, www.surfaustintees.com, and a special edition &ldquo...
IT security firm moving to Washington Twp.

1:33 PM Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015

A Clearcreek Twp.-based information technology consulting company is relocating to Washington Twp. to accommodate the firm’s growth, company officials announced. Quanexus will move to 571 Congress Park Drive because the company has grown to the point where it needs additional and more functional space, said Chris Elrod, a Quanexus spokeswoman...
Manufacturing strengths, weaknesses impact local economy

6:46 PM Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015

Southwest Ohio’s economy will continue to grow in 2016, but at a slower rate than the national average — in part because of declines in steel production and federal spending, a PNC Bank senior economist said Tuesday. Nationally, the U.S. economy is seeing a slowdown in manufacturing tied to both the stronger dollar, which is putting...
Southwest to route all Dayton flights to Chicago

5:56 PM Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015

Starting in April, all Southwest Airlines flights from Dayton will be Chicago-bound, according to a media release from the city of Dayton. Southwest Airlines will shift all of its Dayton service to fly to its hub at Chicago Midway International Airport. Southwest’s daily flights to three non-stop destinations — Baltimore, Denver...
Riverside Research president offers advice for business leaders
 Richard Annas is president and chief executive of Riverside Research, a New York City-based defense contractor with its largest geographic concentration of workers in Beavercreek. In October, Riverside Research opened a $7 million expansion at its Dayton Research Center in Beavercreek. The 30,000-square-foot addition includes a multi-disciplinary...

3:00 PM Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015

Richard Annas is president and chief executive of Riverside Research, a New York City-based defense contractor with its largest geographic concentration of workers in Beavercreek. In October, Riverside Research opened a $7 million expansion at its Dayton Research Center in Beavercreek. The 30,000-square-foot addition includes a multi-disciplinary...
Technology hidden in roadwork created by local company
 Denver is licensing technology developed by a Dayton-area company to track and manage street repairs, and more than 20 other municipalities are poised to follow suit, company officials said. CDO Technologies of Riverside created the”RoadTag” application in 2012 to help the city of Dayton identify which utility companies are responsible...

3:00 PM Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

Denver is licensing technology developed by a Dayton-area company to track and manage street repairs, and more than 20 other municipalities are poised to follow suit, company officials said. CDO Technologies of Riverside created the”RoadTag” application in 2012 to help the city of Dayton identify which utility companies are responsible...
Kroger hiring 1,200 area workers
 Kroger will hold a hiring fair Saturday to fill 1,200 positions at its Dayton, Springfield and Cincinnati stores, according to a media release. The Cincinnati-based grocery chain attributed the hiring spree to company growth; the opening of a new location in Troy; expanding its online shopping service; and promoting employees into management...

7:26 PM Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

Kroger will hold a hiring fair Saturday to fill 1,200 positions at its Dayton, Springfield and Cincinnati stores, according to a media release. The Cincinnati-based grocery chain attributed the hiring spree to company growth; the opening of a new location in Troy; expanding its online shopping service; and promoting employees into management...
Local attorney to head national board

6:08 PM Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

Dayton attorney John H. Rion has been voted president-elect of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers, according to a media release. Rion was elected earlier this month at the organization’s annual meeting in Santa Fe, N.M. Headquartered in San Francisco, the American Board of Criminal Lawyers is an invitation-only society of U.S. criminal...
PSA Airlines, pilots union reach agreement

1:06 PM Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

Dayton-based PSA Airlines Inc. has reached an agreement with its pilot union to improve and increase its pilot flow-through program to American Airlines, company officials announced. The agreement will almost double the current number of pilots flowing to American, culminating in nearly 100 pilots flowing per year. The agreement affords PSA...
HOT TOPICS: The week in celebrity headlines

4:00 AM Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015

“STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS” FINAL TRAILER CRASHES INTERNET: Han clicked first. LINDSAY LOHAN MAY RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 2020: Attack ad material already on TMZ. DIRECTOR NEIL BLOMKAMP RESURRECTS CLASSIC “ALIEN” PROP FOR NEW MOVIE: Hello, Sigourney Weaver’s tank top. ADELE TEASES MUSIC FROM HER NEW ALBUM: We...
Manufacturing show displays cutting-edge technology
 The Dayton region’s annual advanced manufacturing trade show gives thousands of industry professionals a look at the latest technology and processes to help them operate more efficiently and reduce costs, the event’s organizer said. The 2015 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show, which runs through Thursday, was expected to draw...

8:11 PM Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

The Dayton region’s annual advanced manufacturing trade show gives thousands of industry professionals a look at the latest technology and processes to help them operate more efficiently and reduce costs, the event’s organizer said. The 2015 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show, which runs through Thursday, was expected to draw...
Huntington Bank customers hit with double debit charges

2:15 PM Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

Huntington National Bank has corrected online accounts as of about 1 p.m. Wednesday, after inadvertently double-charging some customers for debit card and ATM transactions, the company said in a statement. Accounts have been corrected to reflect debit card transaction reversals for double-posted debit or ATM transactions from the weekend...
Huntington Bank customers hit with double debit charges

2:11 PM Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

Huntington National Bank customers may have been double-charged for debit card and ATM transactions, according to a recorded message Wednesday on the company’s customer service phone line. The recording said debit card and ATM transactions were inadvertently double-posted to some accounts Tuesday night. The transactions were limited...
Woolpert lands $10.9M ODOT contract

1:31 PM Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015

The Ohio Department of Transportation has contracted with Beavercreek-based Woolpert Inc. to prepare full-scale design plans for the widening of Arlington Road Bridge on County Road 9 over Interstate 70 in Montgomery County, according to a media release. The design and construction of the Brookville project are expected to cost about $10...
Dayton skin care company expands

5:31 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

A Dayton-area skin care company has expanded from a one-room treatment office to a 1,300-square-foot clinic, offering more advanced treatments and specialized care, according to the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. Skincare by Design will host a ribbon-cutting and open house Oct. 27 at 716 S. Dixie Drive in Vandalia. Company founder Heidi...
Dayton costly for renters

5:16 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

Dayton is the fourth costliest city in Ohio for renters to insure their house or apartment, according to a report by ValuePenguin.com, a personal finance research and analysis website. Renters in Dayton are paying 11 percent more than the rest of the state to protect themselves and their personal property, a company spokeswoman said. The...
Reynolds acquires mortgage documents firm

4:48 PM Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015

Kettering-based Reynolds and Reynolds is expanding into the mortgage banking industry with the acquisition of IDS, a mortgage documents and compliance services firm, company officials announced. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. IDS, or International Document Services, will retain its name and operate as a stand-alone division of Reynolds...
UAS industry focus of IT forum

2:39 PM Friday, Oct. 16, 2015

The emerging unmanned aerial systems industry will be the focus of the ninth annual “Taste of IT” forum Nov. 18 at the Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center. Presented by Technology First, the regional information technology trade organization, the day-long conference addresses IT industry trends. A keynote panel on applications...
Flower Factory in Wash. Twp. to shut doors

2:35 PM Friday, Oct. 16, 2015

The Flower Factory store in Washington Twp. will close because the Ohio-based chain is going out of business. An employee of the retail store at 480 Miamisburg-Centerville Road confirmed the closing. The store is having a going-out-of-business sale, but a date for the closing hasn’t been set. Flower Factory employs about 18 workers...
Area glass company owes $46K in unpaid wages, penalties

6:09 PM Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015

A Greenville glass and window company owes more than $46,000 in unpaid wages, damages and penalties, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Labor Department. An investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division found that Greenville Architectural Glass misclassified employees working as window installers as independent...
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