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Battery company considering $56M investment in Kettering plant
 Xerion Advanced Battery Corp.’s CEO said his company is considering spending more than $50 million on manufacturing operations at his company’s Miami Valley Research Park location in Kettering. The company opened its Kettering facility last November. Since then, the company has slowly grown the facility with a “phased move-in...

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Xerion Advanced Battery Corp.’s CEO said his company is considering spending more than $50 million on manufacturing operations at his company’s Miami Valley Research Park location in Kettering. The company opened its Kettering facility last November. Since then, the company has slowly grown the facility with a “phased move-in...
Local developer builds buildings, relationships
 Longtime developer Bob Mills says he has always found a way to buttress his commercial endeavors with philanthropic work. While Mills’ companies — Mills Development and Synergy Building Systems — created a thriving commercial corridor in Beavercreek, Mills said he saw a need for a hospital and medical office building in...

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Longtime developer Bob Mills says he has always found a way to buttress his commercial endeavors with philanthropic work. While Mills’ companies — Mills Development and Synergy Building Systems — created a thriving commercial corridor in Beavercreek, Mills said he saw a need for a hospital and medical office building in...
Amazon makes area grocery wars hotter: What you need to know
 A crowded local grocery market became more interesting — and probably more competitive — as online retail powerhouse Amazon announced Friday that it will buy organic foods specialist Whole Foods, which currently has stores in Washington Twp., Mason and Cincinnati. Amazon and Whole Foods Market, Inc. said they have entered into...

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A crowded local grocery market became more interesting — and probably more competitive — as online retail powerhouse Amazon announced Friday that it will buy organic foods specialist Whole Foods, which currently has stores in Washington Twp., Mason and Cincinnati. Amazon and Whole Foods Market, Inc. said they have entered into...
High-rise fire pose special challenges, local fire chief says
 The fire that destroyed a London high-rise Wednesday is one of a firefighter’s worst nightmares, Dayton Fire Chief Jeffery Payne said. “A high-rise fire is the most complex fire you can respond to,” Payne said. At least 12 people were thought dead Wednesday afternoon in the 24-story Grenfell Tower fire, although authorities...

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The fire that destroyed a London high-rise Wednesday is one of a firefighter’s worst nightmares, Dayton Fire Chief Jeffery Payne said. “A high-rise fire is the most complex fire you can respond to,” Payne said. At least 12 people were thought dead Wednesday afternoon in the 24-story Grenfell Tower fire, although authorities...
Business leaders want more Dayton airport flights, destinations
 A lack of direct flights or even the number of flights from the Dayton International Airport costs area companies thousands in extra expenses annually, business leaders said. A group of about a dozen local business leaders have formed a committee — dubbed the “Corporate Airport Advisory Group” — in an effort to attract...

Posted: 8 days ago

A lack of direct flights or even the number of flights from the Dayton International Airport costs area companies thousands in extra expenses annually, business leaders said. A group of about a dozen local business leaders have formed a committee — dubbed the “Corporate Airport Advisory Group” — in an effort to attract...
Dayton-area employers expect to make new hires
 A sizable percentage of Dayton-area employers will be hiring this summer, if a new survey is any indication. Employers in the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area (which includes Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties) will hire at a “healthy clip” from July through September. according to the ManpowerGroup’s latest employment...

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A sizable percentage of Dayton-area employers will be hiring this summer, if a new survey is any indication. Employers in the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area (which includes Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties) will hire at a “healthy clip” from July through September. according to the ManpowerGroup’s latest employment...
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Dayton-area company printing the new industrial revolution
 Just four years into the business of turning powder into products and orders into profits, additive manufacturer Tangible Solutions reached the point where it needed more space. A lot more space. The 3-D printing manufacturer has moved into 25,000 square feet of industrial-warehouse space in the former home of Miami Valley Publishing, 678...

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Just four years into the business of turning powder into products and orders into profits, additive manufacturer Tangible Solutions reached the point where it needed more space. A lot more space. The 3-D printing manufacturer has moved into 25,000 square feet of industrial-warehouse space in the former home of Miami Valley Publishing, 678...
Bicycle assembly returns to Wright-Dunbar area
 The first and only company to license the Wright Brothers name for commercial purposes has moved to the Wright-Dunbar business district — and the firm is returning bicycle assembly to the same city block where the Wrights themselves built bikes more than 100 years ago. Wright Brothers USA LLC has moved its offices from the Firefly building...

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The first and only company to license the Wright Brothers name for commercial purposes has moved to the Wright-Dunbar business district — and the firm is returning bicycle assembly to the same city block where the Wrights themselves built bikes more than 100 years ago. Wright Brothers USA LLC has moved its offices from the Firefly building...
Former Fuyao worker seeks class-action status in suit

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A former Fuyao Glass America employee is suing the company on behalf of herself and other similarly situated people, seeking class-action status for what the lawsuit alleges are unpaid wages and overtime. The lawsuit was filed by Julia Staggs in federal court in Dayton. Staggs worked at Fuyao, which employs about 2,000 people in Moraine,...
Sen. Portman tells Trimble employees Ohio must defeat opioid crisis
 Jobs are important to Ohio but for the Buckeye State to prosper, the opioid crisis must be defeated, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman told workers Monday at the Trimble plant in Huber Heights. Portman’s talk ranged from taxes to pancakes, but he returned to the opioid crisis time and again, with and without prompting from employees a the Kellenburger...

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Jobs are important to Ohio but for the Buckeye State to prosper, the opioid crisis must be defeated, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman told workers Monday at the Trimble plant in Huber Heights. Portman’s talk ranged from taxes to pancakes, but he returned to the opioid crisis time and again, with and without prompting from employees a the Kellenburger...
New Children’s Hospital patient tower part of building trend
 When officials at Dayton Children’s Hospital began designing their new eight-story patient tower, their concern wasn’t just with the critical-care patients who would occupy the tower. The parents of those children played heavily into the plans. “We’re different than an adult hospital,” Children’s president...

Posted: 17 days ago

When officials at Dayton Children’s Hospital began designing their new eight-story patient tower, their concern wasn’t just with the critical-care patients who would occupy the tower. The parents of those children played heavily into the plans. “We’re different than an adult hospital,” Children’s president...
Exclusive look into the new Dayton Children’s Hospital patient tower
 When officials at Dayton Children’s Hospital began designing their new eight-story patient tower, their concern wasn’t just with the critical-care patients who would occupy the tower. The parents of those children played heavily into the plans. “We’re different than an adult hospital,” Children’s president...

Posted: 19 days ago

When officials at Dayton Children’s Hospital began designing their new eight-story patient tower, their concern wasn’t just with the critical-care patients who would occupy the tower. The parents of those children played heavily into the plans. “We’re different than an adult hospital,” Children’s president...
Executives look at Dayton for another soccer team
 Exploring whether Dayton can support another soccer team, a United Soccer League Division III executive who recently visited the city said Friday that a new team could co-exist with and complement the Dayton Dutch Lions FC and the Dayton Dynamo. “We see a professional team in Dayton as an opportunity for players, coaches, referees and...

Posted: 26 days ago

Exploring whether Dayton can support another soccer team, a United Soccer League Division III executive who recently visited the city said Friday that a new team could co-exist with and complement the Dayton Dutch Lions FC and the Dayton Dynamo. “We see a professional team in Dayton as an opportunity for players, coaches, referees and...
Manufacturers desperate for workers of the future
 The need for skilled manufacturing workers is so acute, the CEO of Moraine’s Rack Processing Co. Inc. struck a deal last year nearly unheard of in the industry. Faced with the possibility of losing a customer because he didn’t have enough workers to fulfill an order, he borrowed five employees from another local company for about...

Posted: 26 days ago

The need for skilled manufacturing workers is so acute, the CEO of Moraine’s Rack Processing Co. Inc. struck a deal last year nearly unheard of in the industry. Faced with the possibility of losing a customer because he didn’t have enough workers to fulfill an order, he borrowed five employees from another local company for about...
State tax credits crucial to Arcade development
 Those behind redevelopment of the downtown Dayton Arcade are eyeing the next crucial piece of funding for the project: The awarding of Ohio historic tax credits. Dave Williams, vice president for urban development at Miller Valentine, noted that the project did not win the credits in December. He expects an announcement from the Ohio Development...

Posted: 27 days ago

Those behind redevelopment of the downtown Dayton Arcade are eyeing the next crucial piece of funding for the project: The awarding of Ohio historic tax credits. Dave Williams, vice president for urban development at Miller Valentine, noted that the project did not win the credits in December. He expects an announcement from the Ohio Development...
New cyberattack rule looms over federal contractors
 Federal contractors need to better protect their government data, or they could lose their business with the government. A looming new federal security directive will require businesses working with the federal government to protect their cyber data, or have a detailed plan for doing so, by year’s end. The directive is called &ldquo...

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Federal contractors need to better protect their government data, or they could lose their business with the government. A looming new federal security directive will require businesses working with the federal government to protect their cyber data, or have a detailed plan for doing so, by year’s end. The directive is called &ldquo...
Sogeti USA grows focus in artificial intelligence work
 The locally based U.S. headquarters of a global information technology consultant is learning all it can about machines that learn, helping customers in retail, banking and beyond map the future of “artificial intelligence.” Sogeti USA has had a presence in the Dayton area since 2002, first in Centerville off Paragon Road, then...

1:35 PM Friday, May. 19, 2017

The locally based U.S. headquarters of a global information technology consultant is learning all it can about machines that learn, helping customers in retail, banking and beyond map the future of “artificial intelligence.” Sogeti USA has had a presence in the Dayton area since 2002, first in Centerville off Paragon Road, then...
Construction to begin June for Canadian manufacturer

12:07 AM Thursday, May. 18, 2017

Another foreign transplant auto parts producer is about to make the Dayton area its home. Guelph, Ontario-based plastics producer Hematite’s new plant off Lau Parkway in Englewood will be the Canadian company’s U.S. headquarters, and the company expects sales growth from the site of $10 million to $28 million over three years...
Companies bringing new jobs approved for funding

12:30 AM Wednesday, May. 17, 2017

Montgomery County Commission Tuesday approved more than $1.1 million in total assistance to expanding companies, including $400,000 for a Canadian auto parts maker planning to build its U.S. headquarters, with 100 new jobs, in Englewood. That company, Hematite, is to receive that amount in county Economic Development/Government Equity (ED/GE)...
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