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Shaping Columbus: John H. McConnell, Worthington Industries founder
McConnell was a risk taker who borrowed a few hundred dollars to start Worthington Industries Inc. and built it into one of the region's largest employers.
How Ralph Sanese Jr. got advice that paid off for a better future at Sanese ...
... our revenue only dropped about 20 percent, but still you have to manage a declining number, and it's very difficult when you are a paternalistic organization - you're trying to take care of people, and you have less revenue coming,” says Sanese ...
Warren Buffett is a Bull… Are You?
Earlier this month, Buffett placed a $9.6 billion bet on a resurgent economy in the form of 425 personal jets. The jets will be part of Buffett's NetJets, Inc. division, which allows the rich to share ownership of private jets (similar to a timeshare ...
Kohl's expanding solar-powered stores by 25%
“After adding 20 solar locations in 2011, we're pleased to continue growing our solar program in 2012,” said John Worthington, Kohl's chief administrative officer. “Not only do our solar locations provide an immediate cost savings to Kohl's they serve ...
Shops at Worthington Place signs new tenants as renovation nears finish
The newest additions include the first Central Ohio store for Orvis Company Inc., a Sunderland, Vt.-based apparel and outdoor gear retailer that runs 44 stores in the U.S.
Pies & Pints scouting sites beyond Worthington mall  Upstart (blog)
No food pact for Wake Tech
For food service vendors, the type of contract sought by Wake Tech did not make business sense, says Ian Laskowski, development and leasing associate for the N.C.
Farley's & Sathers closing in Minnesota after 75 years following merger with ...
The Worthington Daily Globe reports that Farley employees in Round Lake were told Monday that layoffs will begin in August with the facility closing by early next year.
Panera seeking bigger slice of market with several new cafes
Planned openings this year include sites in the Brewery District, the revamped Shops at Worthington Place and at a new retail plaza at West Third Avenue and Olentangy River Road near Lennox Town Center.
Shaping Columbus: James Kilbourne, Kilbourne & Jacobs Manufacturing Co. owner
Kilbourne's grandfather and namesake, James Kilbourne, founded the community of Worthington and was one of the state's earliest pioneers and an influential citizen, having come west from Connecticut.
Karina Ram�rez: Dedication pays off for local car dealer
Those 20 vehicles helped her start Ezec Auto Sales Inc., on Elm Street - a business she named after her oldest son, Ezequiel Qui�onez.