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The last Blockbuster video in the U.S. has no plans to close
Aug 14, 2018
In the days before streaming video and mail-order movies, the blue and orange sign proclaiming a Blockbuster video was the draw for millions of Americans settling into their living rooms for weekend movies. But competition and technology have now rendered the once giant chain to just one U.S. store in Bend, Oregon. And its manager […]
NASA hoping hybrid tech will take to the skies
Mar 4, 2016
The technology could cut fuel consumption in passenger jets by 12 percent.
'Christmas Story' house gives back to Cleveland
Dec 25, 2014
Money raised from tours of house used in the movie helps fix up nearby homes.
U.S. steelmakers battle against cheap imports, again
Jun 26, 2014
China and South Korea are dumping cheap steel into the market
Why movie crews are headed to Ohio
Jul 4, 2013
Ohio's film tax credits have drawn movie crews back to Cleveland, but there's debate as to whether the tax breaks truly deliver.
Mild winter helps some businesses, hurts others
Mar 2, 2012
For some businesses that shut down during the winter, the mild weather this winter has been an economic shot in the arm. For others, not so much.
Manufacturing jobs up in Ohio
Mar 1, 2012
Most of the growth comes from an unexpected source. Politicians jockey to take credit.
Rust Belt rolls dice and builds new casinos
Feb 20, 2012
Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois are on board with casinos, hoping to drive tourism to down-on-their-luck communities. Now Ohio is getting into the game.
Minimal snow in Midwest means big savings, headaches
Jan 4, 2012
A mild winter means cash-strapped governments save money. But lack of snow can be costly for others.
U.S. steel industry shows signs of a turnaround
Oct 12, 2011
Natural gas and automotive industries are giving a boost to U.S. steel.