Dave Ghose, Columbus CEO

Dave Ghose

Columbus CEO

Columbus, OH, United States

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  • Columbus CEO
  • Columbus Monthly
  • Columbus Alive
  • The Columbus Dispatch
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Past articles by Eric:

North Market Announces First Tenants for New Bridge Park Location

Several Central Ohio culinary rising stars will join the new Dublin market. → Read More

Zach Klein and Ron O'Brien, Best Frenemies Forever

How bitter political rivals became improbable allies → Read More

Alana Shock is Now Working for Gov. Mike DeWine

The renowned Columbus chef is the kitchen manager for the Governor's Residence. → Read More

Columbus Monthly is a Finalist for Four CRMA Awards

The magazine is up for awards in general excellence, feature writing and two ancillary publication categories. → Read More

Columbus Monthly is a Finalist for Four CRMA Awards

The magazine is up for awards in general excellence, feature writing and two ancillary publication categories. → Read More

Columbus Monthly is a Finalist for Four CRMA Awards

The magazine is up for awards in general excellence, feature writing and two ancillary publication categories. → Read More

Harold Paz Takes the Helm at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

The Aetna executive is the university's first chancellor of all medical operations. → Read More

Harold Paz Takes the Helm at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

The Aetna executive is the university's first chancellor of all medical operations. → Read More

Lessons from Urban Meyer

Why is Urban Meyer teaching a course about character at the OSU business school? → Read More

A Look Back: Sherri Geldin's Groundbreaking Leadership

The Columbus arts world will get a little less glamorous this week with the retirement of Sherri Geldin from the Wexner Center for the Arts. → Read More

When Les Wexner Stopped Being “Closet Rich”

A former Forbes reporter recalls his dealings with Ohio's richest man. → Read More

Les and Abigail Wexner Give $20 Million to Fight Family Violence

The Wexners continue their longtime support of the Center for Family Safety and Healing at Nationwide Children's Hospital. → Read More

Franklinton's Transformation

Dave Ghose Editor, Columbus CEO @ceo_editor The neighborhood continues to grow Franklinton should experience another big year in 2019. Huge projects—including the National Veterans Memorial and Museum and the River & Rich mixed-use development—already have energized the neighborhood just west of Downtown, and major changes should continue in the next few months, with the first tenants… → Read More

Advice for Gov. DeWine

Central Ohio business leaders share what Gov.-elect Mike Dewine can do to strengthen the Columbus economy and business climate. → Read More

Giving 2019: Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Share Why They Give

In a rare interview, philanthropists Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein share their philosophy of generosity. → Read More

Scott McComb shepherds Heartland Bank to new heights

Scott McComb is closing a watershed year for Heartland Bank.In March, the community bank opened a new 60,000-square-foot headquarters in Whitehall, establishing a space for the company to continue to grow. Four months later, Heartland crossed a momentous financial threshold — $1 billion in assets. When McComb took over the leadership of the bank from his father, Tiney, in 2008, the bank managed… → Read More

Editor's Notes: The Business of Charity

Columbus CEO's spotlight on nonprofits is recognized and awarded. → Read More

Breakdown: Ready, Aim, Spend

Advocacy group is raising awareness of hunting's economic impact → Read More

CEO Joanna Pinkerton looks to keep COTA evolving

Joanna Pinkerton doesn’t see the Central Ohio Transit Authority as a bus company or even as just a transit organization. She envisions it as a “mobility systems integrator.”What that means is COTA can’t just be about fixed bus routes. It also must connect people with other forms of transportation, both public and private, such as ride-sharing services, electric scooters, traditional cab… → Read More

Editor's Notes: Carless in Columbus (The Sequel)

Dave Ghose again lives life in Columbus with no car for one week and records his experience. → Read More