NORTHFIELD, Ohio-- The gambling scene is on the verge of getting more crowded in Ohio. Horse racing tracks offering slots-style video lottery terminals will debut Thursday in Lebanon, northeast of Cincinnati, and next Wednesday in Northfield, north of Akron.
Data released Monday by the Ohio Casino Control Commission shows that Cleveland's casino saw the most fluctuation, with a revenue increase from $19.5 million in October to $20.2 million in November. Cincinnati's casino saw the largest drop, going from $18.2 million in October to $17.6 million last month.
NEW YORK, Dec 10- If you are in the market for a new home, you have probably noticed that almost all the houses in your local listings are anything but new. New-home construction this year is still 40 percent below normal long-term levels, says Jed Kolko, chief economist at real estate website Trulia.com.
NEW YORK, Dec 4- U.S. stocks ended lower on Wednesday for a fourth session while Treasury yields rose as traders were cautious ahead of jobs data later in the week that could determine whether the Federal Reserve will cut its stimulus soon.
NEW YORK, Dec 4- The Dow and the S&P 500 finished lower for the fourth consecutive session on Wednesday after investors found few reasons to make big moves, with uncertainty remaining over when the Federal Reserve will start to slow its stimulus.
*Investors unsure of Fed's timing for tapering. NEW YORK, Dec 4- U.S. stocks declined on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 off for a fourth straight session as investors worried that the market's rally to record levels was not justified, given uncertainty over when the Federal Reserve will start to slow its stimulus.
WILLARD, Ohio-- Hundreds of people forced to evacuate after a railcar damaged in a train derailment in northern Ohio leaked flammable liquid have returned home. CSX Corp. spokesman Gary Sease says he believes all affected residents in Willard had returned home by Sunday. Willard is about 65 miles southwest of Cleveland.
Nov 20- Cliffs Natural Resources Inc said it would indefinitely suspend a $3.3 billion chromite-mining project in Canada by year-end, snubbing out faint hopes that the struggling development might be able to get back on track.
LETTERKENNY ARMY DEPOT, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Nov 18 (Reuters)- Linda Woodford spent the last 15 years of her career inserting phony numbers in the U.S. Department of Defense's accounts.
Nov 1- Sandra Pianalto, a quietly ardent supporter of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, turned some heads this month when she came out against the central bank's recent decision to keep pumping so much money into the U.S. economy.
Oct 25- Cliffs Natural Resources Inc, one of North America's biggest iron ore producers, on Friday said it has chosen former Barrick Gold Corp executive Gary Halverson as its next chief executive. Non-executive chairman James Kirsch, who will be executive chairman effective Nov. 18, has been helping with the transition, the company said.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa./ NEW YORK, Oct 8- A Federal Reserve official known for her centrist views said on Tuesday she wanted to reduce the U.S. central bank's asset purchases last month, adding her voice to the Fed's so-called policy hawks who have spoken out against the shock decision to leave monetary policy unchanged.
*Monsanto drops after fourth-quarter loss, lower outlook. NEW YORK, Oct 2- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as a partial government shutdown in Washington entered a second day, adding to concerns over how soon a political compromise would be reached.
CLEVELAND, Sept 18- The world-renowned Cleveland Clinic said on Wednesday it would cut jobs and slash five to six percent of its $6 billion annual budget to prepare for President Barack Obama's health reforms. It is the largest provider in Ohio of Medicaid health coverage for the poor, the program that will expand to cover uninsured Americans under Obamacare.
NEW YORK, Sept 5- U.S. corporate offices are getting spruced up now that the recession is over, and a total makeover is what Steelcase Inc is pitching as office furniture suppliers seek a slice of the growing pie.
*Auto sales approach six-year high in August. WASHINGTON, Sept 4- The U.S. economy appears to be faring better in the third quarter than analysts had feared with automakers reporting surprisingly strong August sales on Wednesday, helping to buoy expectations of a pullback in monetary stimulus ahead.
*2011 Supreme Court decision in Wal-Mart v Dukes cited. While saying its decision was not a "death knell" for other class actions, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to revive class certification for more than 153,000 minority customers of the former National City Corp., which Pittsburgh- based PNC bought in 2008..
LONDON, Aug 12- Exactly ten years ago, at 15:05 Eastern Time on August 14, 2003, an overhead power line came into contact with an overgrown tree near Cleveland, Ohio.
CLEVELAND, Aug 7- The Federal Reserve could soon begin reducing the pace of its bond-buying stimulus if recent improvement in the U.S. job market persists, the president of the Cleveland Fed, Sandra Pianalto, said on Wednesday.
Aug 5- Wells Fargo& Co, the fourth-largest U.S. bank, is trying to grow its relatively small credit-card business with an unusual strategy: appealing to its customers' distaste for debt. In 2007, Wells Fargo debuted the Home Rebate Card, which offers a 1 percent rebate that automatically goes toward paying down principal on a Wells Fargo home loan.