A Toledo Blade investigation into whether taxpayer funding creates jobs in Ohio shows state documents inflating the number of jobs created by more than 11 thousand.
Columbus City Council last night approved a 7.2 million dollar payment to Ohio State University.
A German-based maker of cooling systems for computers and servers is moving its U.S. headquarters from Urbana, Ohio to Schaumburg, Illinois.
The City of Columbus is giving truck parts maker Core Molding Technologies a five year, 25 percent tax break on the income generated by the creation of 85 new jobs.
A food storage company is getting a second tax break from the city of Columbus.
Columbus City Council last night approved a 10-year property-tax break for developers of the University Plaza Hotel and Conference Center on Olentangy River Road near Ohio State University, to allow for changing the facility into a Marriott hotel.
Columbus City Council last night approved the creation of a pilot program regulating food trucks.
Columbus City Council last night approved spending 60 thousand dollars to extend for a year a contract with a private company to carry out the city's graffiti removal program.
Columbus City Council last night approved legislation giving tax breaks to three companies.