News releases from Columbus Business First
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CBF Morning Run: What you need to know today and please use your protective rubber corner toppers
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Columbus Crew SC leaders knew a rebrand to Columbus Soccer Club wouldn't be universally popular but they say the move is about “establishing our club, our city as a new modern, Midwest icon.”
Why this #SaveTheCrew leader is 'disappointed' about team's rebrand, name change to Columbus Soccer Club
May 10, 2021
Looking for up-and-coming talent in Columbus? The Columbus Young Professionals Club is preparing another cohort for future success with its Impact Academy.
Columbus Crew SC changing name to Columbus SC
May 09, 2021
The Crew will still be the team's official nickname, and the team names can be used interchangeably, according to sources close to the team.
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A new steakhouse and traditional Italian cuisine are coming, a few area favorites are restarting, and one bakery is opening as another closes. Here are 10 bits of restaurant and brewpub news we...
From the editor: Covid recovery setting stage for ‘barnburner’ economy, Nationwide economist says
May 07, 2021
David Berson isn’t a hype man sent out to whip the crowd into a frenzy, but the Nationwide economist certainly kicked off the Columbus Chamber’s annual meeting last week on an exuberant note.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time when awareness is raised of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma many experience.
New gardeners and new cannabis states drive 32% Q2 sales increase for Scotts Miracle-Gro
May 05, 2021
Scotts Miracle-Gro already is beating its record performance from fiscal 2020 as new gardeners stick with the hobby and more states legalize marijuana.
Acquisition to fuel car wash operator's growth goals
May 03, 2021
A Columbus brewpub reopens to the public
April 28, 2021
Delaware County is making a push to pursue delinquent property taxes. The county expects it has $7 million in unpaid property taxes.
About 60% of restaurants in the Ohio Restaurant Association’s regular survey expect to break even in 2020.
Any first-time homeowner will tell you there are myriad unexpected challenges that come with such a big investment.
CBF Morning Run: What you need to know today and tossing adjectives in the trash heap
April 15, 2021
Ohio moved up in an annual ranking of the biggest beer-producing states as more breweries opened last year, with many more expected to debut in the coming years.
CBF Morning Run: What you need to know today and becoming Johnny Hosta (although that sounds weird)
April 14, 2021
An ever-expanding taco joint and an upscale grooming spot for guys are among the first tenants at Crawford Hoying’s newest Upper Arlington development.
Here's what former Crew SC owner Anthony Precourt had to say about the team's MLS Cup win
April 13, 2021
Precourt and Haslam appeared together Monday afternoon on a MLS-hosted forum, along with Cincinnati FC CEO Carl Lindner, to preview the upcoming MLS season.
The Business First 40 Under 40: Here are the 2021 honorees
April 12, 2021
Columbus Business First is proud to unveil the 2021 class in our annual 40 Under 40 program. The work-from-home era didn't dampen enthusiasm for our longest-running awards program, now in its 29th...
Here's where Bob Evans is pursuing liquor licenses in Ohio
April 12, 2021
Bob Evans Restaurants appears to be ready to bring beer and wine sales to some of its Ohio restaurants.
The art gallery is opening in its new home this weekend in 1,600 square feet at 1 E. Gay St., at the intersection with High Street downtown, placing it in the center of a rising neighborhood surrounded...
20,000 fans can attend Ohio State's spring football game
April 08, 2021
The capacity was determined by consulting with Columbus Public Health, OSU said. Gov. Mike DeWine announced new orders this week as well. The capacity limit was based on seat mapping and the guidance...