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  1. Louisville Forward chief: We need to find the next HumanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    During a series of interviews and follow-up correspondence, Wiederwohl opened up about her childhood growing up in Meade County, her decision to delay a master's degree to pursue her career and her thoughts on possibly running for mayor . We also talked about how the success of Louisville Forward will be judged and the department's mission to increase the median wage and attract higher-wage jobs to the city.

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  2. Flavored whiskey trend doesn't appear to be going anywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    In its annual report, which was released last week, Louisville-based distiller Brown-Forman Corp. said that flavored whiskey, such as its Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey, will continue to be important to the company's overall growth in the next year. "Flavored whiskey continues to be the fastest-growing category of whiskey," the report said.

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  3. Louisville ranks as one of the top 10 best rental markets in the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Business Journal

    The city ranks seventh in the U.S. and second in the Southeastern states, just behind Raleigh, N.C., The Courier-Journal reports. The cities were ranked by All Property Management, a Seattle group that connects rental property owners and management companies.

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  4. As Discover Financial quits mortgage business, it's expected to lay off hundredsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    About 460 workers are expected to lose their jobs as Discover Financial Services shutters its mortgage-origination business this summer. The financial-services giant, which is based in Riverwoods, disclosed its plans earlier this week , noting the cuts would primarily come from its offices in Louisville, Kentucky, and Irvine, California.

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  5. Main Event Entertainment complex plans early 2016 openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Dallas-based Main Event Entertainment 's first bowling-themed entertainment complex in Kentucky should be ready in time for locals to shake off those winter blues next year with pizza and laser tag. As Business First reported yesterday, the company plans to open a Louisville location in Blankenbaker Station , the nearly 600-acre Class A Business Park off Interstate 64 near Blankenbaker Parkway.

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  6. Is Louisville's permitting process costing it business?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Reed Weinberg , president and principal of Louisville-based commercial real estate services firm PRG Investments, said it does not take long to cross the Ohio River from Louisville to Indiana on a good day but that those bridges can sometimes seem like the Great Wall of China when it comes to doing business between the two states. Weinberg, who moderated a panel discussion Wednesday during the Midwest Institutional Real Estate Investment Summit, held at the Ice House in downtown Louisville, opened the floor to his panelists to discuss an issue that has hounded some local and out-of-state investors: the city's planning and design standards and its permitting process.

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  7. New culinary tour mixes history, food and beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Max Shireman and his wife, Stacy Shireman , founded Food Guide Food Tours of Louisville in May and started giving downtown tours just after the Kentucky Derby. Both are full-time technology project managers at Humana and run the tours as a secondary business on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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  8. Columbus IT firm opens Louisville location, first outside of OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    HMB is a business technology services firm with about 200 employees. It has opened an office at 10200 Forest Green Blvd., near North Hurstbourne Parkway and Dorsey Lane.

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  9. Opening date set for Stout Burgers & BeersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Stout Burgers & Beers will open Monday, June 29, in the space that formerly housed La Bodega Tapas Bar, according to a news release. Chad Coulter and Lauren Coulter own the property that Stout Burgers will call home and run a wine bar and tapas restaurant, LouVino, in the same building.

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  10. Early morning water main break affects most of LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Thousands of Louisville residents on Thursday morning had low water pressure - or no water at all - thanks to a massive water main break. The break on a water main 60 inches in diameter was reported by the Louisville Water Co.

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  11. Challenger Lifts plans to build facility near airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Business Journal

    Challenger Lifts Inc. , a company that makes systems and equipment used to lift vehicles for the automotive repair sector, is planning to build an assembly facility and headquarters near Louisville International Airport. The company has filed a development plan with the Metro Department of Planning & Design Services, showing a proposed 137,000-square-foot facility on land in the Louisville Renaissance South Business Park, The Courier-Journal reports.

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  12. 29 graduate from relaunched Fund for the Arts NeXt programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Twenty-nine people have graduated from the Fund for the Arts NeXt program, which the umbrella arts organization relaunched this year with a new approach. NeXt is a nationally recognized program that aims to prepare the next generation of professionals for volunteer leadership roles in the arts community.

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  13. Are investors skittish about the Louisville office market?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    At a panel discussion on Wednesday, developers and investors said the office market in Louisville is not necessarily drawing the attention it may want as some outside factors are leading them to reconsider where they place their dollars. John Hollenbach , a principal with Louisville-based real estate development firm Hollenbach-Oakley LLC, said he has no plans to personally invest in the office sector anytime soon.

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  14. Purchase will infuse American Founders Bank with new capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    The purchase of American Founders Bank by longtime real estate developer William Butler will infuse the bank with needed capital. The bank, which has been under new management for about seven years, remains under a regulatory order that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. issued in 2007 after the FDIC found it to be poorly managed and lacking internal controls, including sufficient accounting systems and a way to determine the quality of loans, as Business First previously reported .

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  15. a Discover cuts 460 jobs in Irvine, Louisville as it exits mortgage businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Discover Financial Services said it plans to lay off 460 workers as it closes its mortgage origination business to focus on its profitable direct banking products, where the company sees greater growth opportunities. Riverwoods, Illinois-based Discover , which bought the mortgage origination business in 2012, said the job cuts will be primarily in Irvine and Louisville, Kentucky.

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  16. Work on Highlands diner may start soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Waiting months to start construction on America. The Diner. has been a struggle for chef and business owner Dustin Staggers .

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  17. 'Over the Nine' restaurant and bar coming to PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    The Portland neighborhood is getting a new bar and restaurant: Over the 9, which will be located at 120 S. 10th St., at Falls City Beer and Old 502 Winery . This is happening as Falls City owner David Easterling has sold the brand to winery owner John Neace - more on that below.

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  18. 'Dave and Buster's on steroids' coming to Blankenbaker StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    An entertainment complex that offers bowling, laser tag and and a full-service menu is coming to Blankenbaker Station, the 600-acre Class A Business Park off Interstate 64 near Blankenbaker Parkway. John Hollenbach , principal of Hollenbach-Oakley LLC , the firm developing Blankenbaker Station, announced that Dallas-based Main Event Entertainment purchased a little more than 6 acres inside the park after a lengthy courtship to attract the company to the Louisville area.

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  19. ReSurfaced will relocate this fall after finding success on West Main StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    ReSurfaced has proven a success since it launched last fall as a pop-up festival and beer garden in the vacant storefronts at 615-621 W. Main St. in downtown Louisville. It returned this month in that space with a bourbon and local food theme.

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  20. Louisville ranked one of the cities where paychecks go the furthestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Business Journal

    Louisville is listed as one of the top 25 major cities that's providing workers with a favorable combination of wages and cost of living. Indianapolis finished fifth on the list.

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