The Business Journals
The San Mateo company led by former Google Enterprise President Dave Girouard would be valued at $1.6 billion at the top of its IPO targets, more than double where it was valued 18 months ago.
Smoove Creations, a custom sneaker outfit, is considered one of the most successful companies to emerge from NKU. And now its CEO is working to grow it into a full-fledged business.
The company entered its first day on Nasdaq with an initial valuation of about $1.1 billion, nearly four times the valuation it got in a May funding.
Crowley construction company announces new CFO
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Before Powerhouse, MacDonald served as CFO of Authentix, an authentication information technology company.
Food Friday: BBQ sauce gets a boost from Oprah
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Nashville sports bar eyes Alabama locations
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Opinion: I am here to end the foster care to prison pipeline
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Together, we must take bold and unrelenting action to end the unacceptable foster care to prison pipeline, writes Lisa Chin.
Despite complaints about Brian Platt's limited communication with City Council members and about his role as a defendant in a discrimination complaint, the body voted 9-4 to approve him.
The Santa Clara, California-based company announced two Rio Rancho expansions in the past two years, leading to more than 500 new hires.
The week in bankruptcies: Ark.-based real estate company files for voluntary Chapter 7
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CourtAvenue, the digital marketing and transformation agency with a growing Cincinnati office, has announced its first acquisition since its formation earlier this year.
Ascension St. Vincent's breaks ground on St. Johns hospital
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The Joint Board of Health and Hospitals in St. Louis has recommended capacity be reduced to 25% across all businesses, not just restaurants.
New York CEO charged with defrauding historic NC Mutual, setting it on a path to insolvency
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Charges have been filed in an alleged scheme to defraud North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company out of more than $34 million – setting in motion events that put the historic Durham insurer in...
MuseumLab from Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh receives international recognition at 2020 Dezeen Awards
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Now in its third year, the Dezeen Awards, hosted by architecture and design website Dezeen, look to identify the world's greatest architecture, interior and design projects of the year as well as offer...
Viewpoint: Covid delivers late hit on NFL pandemic plans
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With five weeks left for the NFL to attempt to play 79 more games, it seems unlikely that the NFL will make it through without facing additional outbreaks like the one in Baltimore.
8 things you need to know this morning
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Will this year ultimately bring an end to snow days? Plus, momentum builds for a federal stimulus bill before year's end, and see which local business is getting the TV spotlight at the Ravens' next...
Wake Forest University announces new School of Professional Studies in Charlotte, names dean
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Expanding into Charlotte, Wake Forest University has announced plans for a School of Professional Studies and will have its current School of Business dean take charge.
A group of panelists say growing the venture capital market in Georgia is key to supporting the entertainment industry.
Viewpoint: City leadership is failing San Francisco
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Another top Ohio State official is leaving the university
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OSU's HR chief Susan Basso joined OSU in September 2017. OSU also announced this week the departure of Provost Bruce McPheron.
From the Editor: Music City’s women chart what’s next
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The music industry is at an inflection point, and not just because, like so many others, it’s in survival mode.
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As a result of the shutdown, the upscale restaurant on Springhurst Boulevard has converted its main dining room into a retail shop.
Acclaimed Midtown restaurant permanently closing
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Ah-Ma's Taiwanese Kitchen, which has been operating for six years at 931 Monroe Dr. NE, will hold its last day of service on Dec. 21.