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  1. KDKA-TV names Kathy Hostetter as news directorRead the original story

    Friday | Business Journal

    Kathy Hostetter has been named news director at KDKA-TV. According to a release, Hostetter was appointed by station vice president and general manager, Jay Howell.

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  2. a CBJ Morning Buzz: Eatery chain eyes Charlotte market; New Indian...Read the original story

    Friday | Business Journal

    In local news: A Pittsburgh-based restaurant concept dishing up American food with a southwestern twist has identified the Charlotte market as one where it sees new opportunity.

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  3. How Louisville launched Chuck Brymer to the top of a NYC ad firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Business Journal

    Chuck Brymer said one of the greatest advantages he's had in his career as an advertising executive is the power of underestimation. Brymer, a Louisville native who has worked as the head of major advertising firms in Houston and now in New York City, said he still had a Southern twang when he moved to New York City, and he worked a little differently.

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  4. Kentucky Kingdom says disputes with state could derail its expansion plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Business Journal

    Kentucky Kingdom says its inability to secure an acre of land needed for expansion of the park could derail any hopes of getting its sixth roller coaster, Kentucky Flyer, off the ground for a 2019 opening. The amusement park and its investors said in a news release Tuesday that the Kentucky State Fair Board has failed to approve the transfer of the needed acre, which the amusement park said it is entitled to use as part of a 20-acre tract set aside for expansion in the park's lease agreement with the state.

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  5. EXCLUSIVE: How a dinner turned into a dating app for this former Louisville-area womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Business Journal

    Lori Cheek was out to dinner in New York City with a colleague when he did something that changed the course of her career. "He slipped a business card to a woman with 'Want to have dinner?' written on the back of it," Cheek recalled.

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  6. Louisville industrial company sold to competitorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | Business Journal

    Tape Industrial Sales Inc., a Louisville company that sells finishing sealants and adhesives to a variety of industries, has been acquired by Columbus-based Ohio Transmission Corp. The company had previously been owned by a employee stock ownership plan. The price of the acquisition was not disclosed.

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  7. UPMC subsidiary sells transaction services businessRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 4 | Business Journal

    Waystar is acquiring the transaction services technology business owned by Ovation Revenue Cycle Services, a subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based UPMC.

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  8. BrightSpring adds new position to its C-suiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | Business Journal

    The Louisville-based home- and community-health care and services provider announced that it appointed Malissia Pendleton to the newly created chief learning officer position, according to a news release. Pendleton has been with BrightSpring, formerly known as ResCare Inc., since 2015, joining the company as its senior director of learning and development.

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  9. Papa John's has a new logo and (slight) name change in the worksRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Business Journal

    Papa John's International Inc. has taken another step to distance itself from its ousted founder, John Schnatter.

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  10. Louisville's second-largest homebuilder outlines plan for 120-lot subdivisionRead the original story

    Sep 11, 2018 | Business Journal

    The second-largest homebuilder in the Louisville market now has its sights set on 34 mostly vacant acres in southern Jefferson County. Atlanta, Ga.-based PulteGroup Inc. is seeking to construct a 120-lot subdivision at 3617 Mud Lane and 10505 Blue Lick Road, off Interstate 65. The company's plan for a new subdivision was unveiled in a rezoning application posted online Monday by Louisville Metro Planning & Design Services.

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  11. AT&T to roll out 5G in more cities amid investments in new techRead the original story

    Sep 11, 2018 | Business Journal

    AT&T rolled out some milestones in its quest to bring new network technology to the U.S. The Dallas-based telecommunications and media giant unveiled the remainder of cities that will be getting the next generation of wireless, called 5G, for 2018, in an announcement Monday.

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  12. OneJet suspends all flights while facing financial, legal issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | Business Journal

    The news keeps getting worse for airline OneJet, which has its operating hub in Pittsburgh and had service in Louisville and Milwaukee until late June. Just a week after news broke that the airline discontinued flights out of Milwaukee , OneJet announced on its website Wednesday that it is "suspending scheduled services on current routes" during a transition period where it will update its operating license.

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  13. 21c Museum Hotels names new COORead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2018 | Business Journal

    On the heels of a monumental deal establishing new majority ownership, Louisville-based 21c Museum Hotels made a significant change to its executive leadership. The job is a promotion for Robbins, a 21c founding partner who came aboard in 2005.

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  14. Insurance giant Humana to open digital health center in Boston's SeaportRead the original story

    Aug 27, 2018 | Business Journal

    Humana Inc. plans to open a digital health and analytics center in the Seaport District next summer that will employ up to 250 people, marking the first major foray into Boston for one of the country's largest insurers.

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  15. Louisville-area company plans major expansion in MassachusettsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2018 | Business Journal

    Apellis Pharmaceuticals Inc. is significantly expanding its Massachusetts presence, planning to quadruple its staff and office space there as it enters the last phase of testing on a first-of-its-kind drug. Crestwood-based Apellis , which currently has two small offices in Waltham and Cambridge, is developing a drug that could treat conditions such as a rare blood disease and a leading cause of vision loss.

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  16. Real estate giant eyeing $18M Louisville acquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | Business Journal

    A Canadian real estate investment trust has had its eyes on a new Louisville facility for months - and it is expected to snatch it up soon. WPT Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust CFO Judd Gilats said during the company's second-quarter earnings call last week that it plans to close on a new 224,000-square-foot industrial facility in Louisville later this month.

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  17. Louisville's FBI chief departing for job at FBI headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Business Journal

    After serving for two years as the special agent in charge of the Louisville Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Amy Hess is leaving the post to take a position at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. Hess has been named executive assistant director of the Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch, according to a statement from FBI. That unit oversees the FBI's Criminal Investigative Division, Critical Incident Response Group, Cyber Division, International Operations Division and Victim Services Division.

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  18. Why this Louisville apartment complex will be surrounded by new homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Business Journal

    An affordable apartment development long proposed for Southeast Louisville will get company in the form of more than two dozen homes. Ken Thieneman Builder Inc. plans to establish as many as 32 single-family housing lots as part of the Bristol Bluffs development, which also includes an affordable housing complex from Louisville-based LDG Development .

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  19. UC Davis reveals first project at Aggie SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2018 | Business Journal

    University of California Davis unveiled plans for its up-and-coming Sacramento campus, Aggie Square, starting with a $60 million rehabilitation hospital. The university is partnering with Kindred Healthcare Inc., a Louisville, Kentucky-based company that oversees 22 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals around the nation, to build the UC Davis Rehabilitation Hospital.

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  20. Louisville investor group buys more than 200 acres near Floyds ForkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | Business Journal

    The developer of a proposed conservation subdivision near Floyds Fork has acquired another large piece of land a few miles away. Long Run Creek Properties LLC - a partnership between Louisville investors Bradford Rives , John Smith and Richard Riney - bought about 230 acres of vacant agricultural land at 2605 Echo Trail for $3.46 million last week from a series of local landowners, according to Jefferson County property records.

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