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Joe Cogliano


Dayton, OH, United States

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Past articles by Joe:

40+ companies will target vets at Dayton job fair

The third annual event will be hosted by the Military Veterans Resource Center in January. → Read More

Q&A: Midmark President and CEO talks about stepping aside from daily role

Under Dr. Anne Eiting Klamar, the manufacturer and health care solutions provider has grown to $400 million in sales and 900 local employees. Here’s why it was time for her to make a big change. → Read More

NCAA sets ticket sale date for First Four in Dayton, other 2016 basketball tournament sites

March Madness has become a premier annual event driving economic development in the Dayton region. → Read More

Q&A: Doug Ebersole, the next executive director of Air Force Research Laboratory

Headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the lab helps shape future military technology and provides a wealth of business opportunities. → Read More

Exclusive: Manufacturer plans massive expansion in move to Beavercreek

The company continues to pick up work from new and existing clients, many of which are tied to the auto industry. → Read More

Dayton-area manufacturer moving to new site to have room to grow

The company will be able to more than double its space as needed. → Read More

Feds take control of Standard Register pension plan

The company’s new owner isn’t assuming responsibility for the plan, which is underfunded by $322 million and covers more than 8,500 current and future retirees. → Read More

Testing company unveils new site along I-75 (photos)

Extra room, new equipment and better visibility has already helped boost revenue for the Miamisburg business. → Read More

AK Steel hiring 100 workers for jobs in Middletown

The company is working with OhioMeansJobs to hold several hiring events this week. → Read More

Why you shouldn’t hit the panic button over the stock market decline

Monday’s craziness is a natural correction. Good buys are out there for the taking. → Read More

Dayton International Airport picks winner for $6M project

The West Chester company will be rebuilding the long-term parking lot, a key part of the overall rehab plan. → Read More

CEO for one of Dayton-area's largest, private companies to step aside

One of the largest private companies in the Dayton region is getting a new leader after its long-time CEO is stepping down. → Read More

Wright State wins largest-ever research contract

Wright State University has a new U.S. Air Force deal that could be worth as much as $42.5 million over the next six years, the largest government contract award for research in the near-50-year history of the school. → Read More

Standard Register drops lawsuit against former employees

Agreement means pair, who now lead Boston-based technology company, can’t contact key customer for six weeks. → Read More

It’s official: Taylor Corp. owns Standard Register

Taylor Corp. announced Monday morning that the deal was complete, but still have yet to address long-term plans for the more than 750 jobs here in Dayton. → Read More

Renowned experts to appear at Dayton-area National Security Forum

SelectTech Geospatial in Springfield — along with the Dayton Development Coalition — are hosting a National Security Forum on Aug. 11. → Read More

Museum restaurant to get new operator, menu

Bernstein’s Fine Catering will begin operating Leo Bistro on Aug. 7. → Read More

Executive Q&A: Airport director opens up about return to Dayton

Terry Slaybaugh — who left for about 90 days to run the General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee — is pushing ahead with a long list of upgrade projects that were in the works here before his brief departure from Dayton. → Read More

Change to impact NCAA First Four in Dayton

Rules adjustment gives committee more flexibility with team seeding. → Read More

Race weekend will draw thousands to region

Eldora Speedway is hosting one of its biggest events of the season, The Kings Royal, which pays $50,000 to the winner and features wild format. → Read More