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DeWine decries FDA decision to constrain Ohio company"s mask decontamination technology

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has severely curtailed use of on Ohio company's newly developed technology meant to ease the shortage of protective masks for healthcare workers treating coronavirus patients. Battelle, a Columbus research nonprofi.....»»

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State resources for small businesses during coronavirus outbreak

Here’s a compilation of state government resources and links for small and midsized businesses during the coronavirus outbreak. This will be updated as new information becomes available. The state of Texas is updating a small business FAQ page as.....»»

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Milwaukee County Zoo continues hippo exhibit construction during temporary closure

While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the temporary closure of many public institutions including the Milwaukee County Zoo, social distancing and other health mandates have allowed construction projects to continue as planned. The Milwaukee County.....»»

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Milwaukee-area restaurants await financial aid as dining rooms remain closed

Restaurants around Milwaukee are awaiting access to financial support as the COVID-19 pandemic expands. Dining rooms across the state have been ordered closed since 5 p.m. March 17. Now, about two weeks later, restaurants are getting a sense of how.....»»

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Meet NAWBO"s new president: Sherrie Mack Barr

The new president of NAWBO Buffalo Niagara brings a background in financial services and public affairs. She's also the first woman of color to lead the local chapter......»»

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Cases reported at nursing home in Beaver County

A Beaver County nursing home has at least 15 residents with COVID-19. Other residents at the Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, which used to be known as Friendship Ridge when it was owned by Beaver County, are also being tested for COVID.....»»

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State could reopen shuttered medical center

The Wolf administration said the closed Ellwood City Medical Center is being considered for overflow COVID-19 patients should the need arise. The hospital closed late last year after it failed state Department of Health inspections and then with th.....»»

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Special report: How COVID-19 could reshape telemedicine sector in Arizona, US

While telehealth has been in exis.....»»

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Coolest Remote Offices: How this business owner is coping with working from home during the pandemic

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Accounting firms" tech investments ease switch to remote work for clients

Firms say their technology investments are allowing work to continue seamlessly......»»

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Q&A with Johnson Controls CEO on impact of pandemic on manufacturer

Johnson Controls International plc chairman George Oliver believes southeastern Wisconsin's economy, along with national economic conditions, will be able to bounce back quickly after the coronavirus pandemic passes......»»

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Coronavirus temporarily closes Cincinnati"s top-rated hotel

In a letter issued Saturday the founder of Louisville-based 21c Museum Hotel properties announced it would temporarily close all nine properties, including the top-rated hotel in Cincinnati, due to the coronavirus outbreak. "This is a day none of us coul.....»»

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Ohio restaurants report almost $700 million sales drop amid coronavirus closures

Ohio restaurants have lost nearly $700 million in sales this month. The Ohio Restaurant Association and National Restaurant Association have begun to quantify the impact of coronavirus-related restrictions on the industry, having surveyed more th.....»»

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Top of the List: Largest Central Ohio residential real estate deals of 2019

Sometimes a look back will surprise you a bit. Going back to the 2012 list of residential real estate transactions (the first one I compiled), I expected to find find current prices noticeably higher and the top-priced home far more expensive. Surpr.....»»

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Waste not, want not when it comes to food recycling

Municipalities prep for new state-backed food waste reduction program......»»

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Taft Museum of Art expands virtual programs

The Taft Museum of Art has expanded its virtual programming amid the COVID-19 pandemic. These five new digital offerings from the downtown museum can be streamed and shared on social media: Sundays: Family days. Tune in for family-friendly, hands-on.....»»

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How to negotiate contract disruptions caused by the coronavirus

The outbreak of the coronavirus has disrupted business in countless ways including, with North Texas businesses touching the energy, finance and retail sectors particularly hard-hit. Here some important points involving contracts: What can a busines.....»»

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What happens to legal claims and other disputes when courthouses in Texas are closed?

Sometimes, businesses have to go to court. Maybe there is a dispute with another company over a contract, or an employee who made claims about issues in the workplace. But what happens to legal claims and other disputes when the courthouses in Texas.....»»

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Editor"s Briefing: We can"t afford an urban-rural split on coronavirus response

Take a look at the national maps plotting cases of COVID-19 and it’s a bit like a satellite image of the U.S. at night. You can orient yourself, even without state lines marked, because the major cities stand out clearly. That doesn’t mean rura.....»»

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Working from home in North Texas? Show us your home office space

Like many residents of North Texas, my workspace has changed a great deal over the last few weeks. For safety and health reasons related to the coronavirus, beginning on March 13, the Dallas Business Journal asked its employees to work from home .....»»

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