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Cheap stocks

Dear Mr. Berko: Are there stockbrokers who specialize in cheap stocks? My wife and I would like to find a qualified and recognized cheap stock expert who could recommend 10 stocks selling for $10 or less. I would invest $10,000 in each. We've decided to risk up to $100,000, have some fun and shoot for the moon by buying cheap stocks ... (full story)

New TourismOhio leader glad to be back in Ohio

Matthew MacLaren said he's happy be back in Ohio as its new TourismOhio director.
Since he started the job in January, MacLaren has already engaged with TourismOhio advisory board and stakeholders across the state's tourism industry.
He said the sector is now stronger than what it was in 2014 when he joined the American Hotel ... (full story)

Marketing to millennials: How to bridge the generational gap

It’s a tale as old as time: An older generation complains about the work ethic and working style of a younger generation.
That divide has never been more prevalent than the separation between the millennial generation and those that preceded it. When looking to recruit millennials as employees or woo them as clients, it is ... (full story)

School hooked on personalized learning through fishing lures

Educators in tiny Fairport Harbor, Ohio, got hooked on the growing concept of personalized learning the way so many perch and walleye get snagged in neighboring Lake Erie — with a fishing lure and some luck.
A struggling high school student made the lure on a 3-D printer and gave it to his superintendent, who used it to cat ... (full story)

Bengals cheerleader and husband launch golf cart transit

Bengals cheerleader and husband launch golf cart transit

CINCINNATI (AP) — An entrepreneurial Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader and her husband have teed off on a new way of getting around the city's downtown: golf carts.
GEST Carts offers rides on weekend nights to attractions such as riverfront restaurants, a casino and other entertainment spots. Co-founders Patrick and Lauren Dye ... (full story)