Dan Monk, WCPO

Dan Monk


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

I-Team: Here's how much the suburbs lost due to remote work

An I-Team analysis shows how local suburbs lost income from 'meals, entertainment and shopping near work' between 2019 and 2022. → Read More

Middletown airport settlement hasn't resolved lawsuits; talks continue

Four months after authorizing a $1.4 million settlement, Middletown is still negotiating with airport tenant John Hart. → Read More

Fairfield company is able to attract, retain employees by helping unbanked workers

The FDIC says 5.9 million U.S. households had no bank accounts in 2021. M. Bohlke Veneer is reducing that number one job at a time. → Read More

Ohio debuts as $1.1B sports betting market

Ohio released January revenue results for 16 online and 14 retail sports books. FanDuel and DraftKings led the way. → Read More

Scripps cutting 300 jobs, joining list of companies to have layoffs

E.W. Scripps Co. will eliminate 300 jobs in the next 12 months as part of a national restructuring aimed at reducing annual expenses by $40 million. → Read More

Social media star and Ohio native Jake Paul could change sports betting forever, introducing younger audiences

Ohio banned targeting young people with sports betting ads but didn't define targeting. Critics say boxer Jake Paul is living in that gray area with media strategy for Betr. → Read More

Judge rejects Kroger Co. request to end wrongful death lawsuit over suicide of Milford employee

Kroger argued it could not have foreseen the suicide of Evan Seyfried, who was allegedly harassed by his bosses in Milford. A Hamilton County judge says it's too early to make that call. → Read More

Payroll problems part of 'technology transformation' at the Kroger Co.

Kroger hasn't explained what caused payroll mistakes that led to four lawsuits since November. One expert points to merger of 15 'legacy applications.' → Read More

Taxpayers, students, a storied contractor: School construction default in St. Bernard leaves trail of victims

The contractor was one of Cincy's oldest and largest minority-owned construction companies. It helped build Paycor Stadium and Hard Rock Casino. It chose to go out of business rather than finish. → Read More

Ohio has more betting activity than Pennsylvania, home of the Super Bowl runner-up Philadelphia Eagles

Ohio didn't send a team to the Super Bowl. But that didn't keep bettors from making connections with online sports books. → Read More

'It’s like business gentrification': FC Cincinnati closing in on key land deal for West End development

Ahmed Hmoud, owner of Liberty Used Tires LLC, said he was told to move his business by Feb. 28 as a condition of FC Cincinnati’s purchase of the building. → Read More

Fired union activist at CVG claims Amazon retaliated against him; Amazon denies unfair labor practice

Union organizers at Amazon's Northern Kentucky air hub are rallying around Edward Clarke, fired last month after leaving his laptop visible to others. → Read More

Legal Aid files to join city lawsuit against VineBrook Homes

One week after the city of Cincinnati sued VineBrook Homes over its business practices, tenants are asking to join the fight. → Read More

Kroger facing four class-action lawsuits over payroll mistakes

As the Kroger Co. pursues the largest acquisition in its history, thousands of employees ask why the company can't get their paychecks right. → Read More

GE Aerospace confirms it will make Cincinnati its corporate headquarters

It’s not clear how many new jobs will result from Friday's announcement, as GE Aviation is already based in the region. → Read More

After first sales dip in five years, is P&G ready for recession?

Before the 2008 recession, Procter & Gamble was known as a recession-proof stock. This year, it could reclaim that title. → Read More

New look for Artisan Village at former Tri-County Mall in Springdale

A new site plan shows major changes for the $1 billion quest to convert the former Tri-County Mall into an amenity-rich apartment community. → Read More

Madison House residents say they lost millions due to water damage controversy

Seven Madison House condo owners sued to remove the building's management in November, citing safety concerns. In December, 137 owners asked a Hamilton County court to end the controversy. → Read More

Proposed Ohio fines against sportsbook operators now exceed $1 million

The Ohio Casino Control Commission has issued notices of violation against four sportsbook operators since Dec. 9, faulting their marketing and promotional practices. → Read More

Is Ohio's approach to sports gambling a 'slippery slope' to creating addicts?

With bets by phone and few restrictions on in-play wagers, Ohio might be creating new gambling addicts, experts say. → Read More