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Cleveland’s ‘Big Four’ cultural institutions are big businesses that generate more than $800 million in economic impact – report

April 21, 2022 — Cleveland’s four largest cultural institutions aren’t just irreplaceable treasures that add immeasurably to the region’s quality of life. They’re also big businesses that collectively generate upwards of $800 million a year in economic impact in Cuyahoga County. Read more at cleveland.com. Photo: cleveland.com

Ohio startups raised $900 million in Q1; these six Greater-Cleveland companies made big deals

April 20, 2022 — Ohio saw $900 million of venture capital deals in the first three months of 2022, one of the biggest quarters for the Buckeye State in recent history. According to the Q1 2022 Venture Monitor, a report published by market data company Pitchbook and the National Venture Capital Association, $901 million was invested …

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Long before Intel’s Ohio announcement, Lorain County Community College started teaching computer chip manufacturing

April 14, 2022 — By the time Intel breaks ground on its massive factory in Central Ohio late this year, a Lorain County program teaching how to make semi-conductor chips will be nearly a decade old. Lorain County Community College began offering courses in microelectronics manufacturing in 2013, and offers certifications, associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in the …

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How the Columbus Intel Plant Impacts Northeast Ohio

April 12, 2022 — With a $20 billion Intel plant headed to Ohio, we ask experts to take stock of how the investment could pay off locally.  When Intel announced in January they were building a $20 billion complex to manufacture computer chips near Columbus, Gov. Mike DeWine heralded it as “monumental news for the state of …

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Cavs owner Dan Gilbert’s real estate company hires architect to shape Bedrock’s plans for land along Cuyahoga River

April 12, 2022 — Bedrock, the real estate arm of Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert’s empire, said Tuesday that it added a noted architect to a team it assembled to plan and build on a large portion of land along the Cuyahoga River near downtown. David Adjaye will join a team of consultants, city officials …

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U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur wants to establish a federal ‘Great Lakes Authority’ to promote region’s environment and economy

March 18, 2022 — U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur on Thursday introduced legislation that would establish a new federal entity called the “Great Lakes Authority” that would promote regional development in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin much as the Tennessee Valley Authority was founded as part of the New Deal to …

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Cleveland

Cleveland-area leaders asking Ohio lawmakers for money for Irishtown Bend park, walkway connecting downtown to lakefront

March 14, 2022 — Cleveland-area leaders are asking the Ohio General Assembly to help pay for 10 construction projects, including a walkway connecting downtown’s grand mall to Lake Erie and an Irishtown Bend project to transform 24 acres of unusable brownfield land into a park connecting Ohio City to the Cuyahoga River.  These two projects …

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