Alexander Coolidge, Enquirer

Alexander Coolidge

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Alexander:

United Way of Greater Cincinnati starts fundraising early. 'Our families need help now'

The regional nonprofit is seeking to raise $50 million by the end of the year, including $10 million by Labor Day. → Read More

Oops: Kroger overpaid some workers and demanded repayment, now says 'nevermind'

Kroger: "We’ve instructed our payroll department to directly inform the small number of associates ... that we will not seek repayment." → Read More

Kroger reversal: Supermarket offers workers more 'thank you' pay

The previous plan to stop bonus pay on Saturday had draw the ire of Kroger's union, which said the pandemic crisis was far from over. → Read More

Vietnam vet who died after botched 911 response to receive military salute

A member of Green Township VFW Post 10380 asked city of Cincinnati to allow its 12-member honor guard unit to conduct a final military salute. → Read More

Kroger CEO shed mask during VP Mike Pence event

Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen took off his mask off Friday at a food industry event featuring Vice President Mike Pence. → Read More

Fact check: Kroger did ask employees to return overpayment of wages, then backed off

It's true: Kroger asked employees to return an overpayment. But after a furor online, the Ohio-based grocer changed its plan. → Read More

Coronavirus: Kroger expands drive-thru COVID-19 testing to Ohio, Michigan and Colorado

Kroger has expanded testing to Dayton and Toledo in Ohio; Detroit and Denver. → Read More

Coronavirus: Charmin toilet paper-maker P&G reports solid sales amid pandemic disruption

Procter & Gamble said Friday strong sales in North America and Europe due to the new coronavirus offset disruption in Asia due to the worldwide pandemic as it reported solid third quarter results. → Read More

Coronavirus: Kroger union to Gov. DeWine

The union representing 80,000 supermarket and factory workers in Ohio is urging Gov. Mike DeWine to further limit the number of shoppers allowed in grocery stores. → Read More

Procter & Gamble boosts dividend by 6%

Procter & Gamble announced Tuesday it will boost its quarterly dividend payment 6% to more than 79 cents per share. → Read More

Coronavirus: Hospital bed maker Hillrom hiring at SE Indiana factory

Known for its hospital beds and other medical equipment, Chicago-based Hillrom says it has also moved into making ventilators amid the crisis. → Read More

Coronavirus: Kroger CEO urges feds, states to label workers 'emergency personnel'

Calling for the temporary official "first responder" designation would improve supermarket workers' access to scarce personal protective equipment. → Read More

Coronavirus: P&G begins producing face shields for hospital workers

Procter & Gamble on Monday began delivering a new safety product to front-line medical workers in hospitals grappling with a bulge of new coronavirus cases: plastic face shields. → Read More

P&G sells a U.S. factory

Procter & Gamble has sold a dish detergent factory in Kansas City, Kansas for an undisclosed sum. → Read More

Ohio businesses race to apply for SBA loans to pay workers 'This isn't real'

Thousands of Ohio businesses have applied for $349 billion worth of rescue loans that are part of the $2 trillion relief package called the Paycheck Protection Program, created to preserve small companies – and jobs. → Read More

Kroger to wind down 'hero' pay; union urges to keep 'for as long as we face a global pandemic'

Kroger, the nation's largest supermarket chain, says it's sticking to its plan to sunset the bonus pay, over union objections. → Read More

Coronavirus: Cintas discloses 'difficult' reductions in staff, sort of

Mason-based uniform-maker Cintas Corp confirmed Tuesday it has cut back jobs amid the new coronavirus pandemic outbreak – but is refusing to quantify how deeply it has cut. → Read More

Only 1 person per 120 square feet: Kroger to limit shoppers entering stores due to COVID-19 concerns

Kroger said Ohio stores will post limits on the number of shoppers permitted inside stores at a given time to prevent the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

Kroger to limit shoppers entering stores nationwide during coronavirus outbreak

Look for additional safety measures at your Kroger store, including workers wearing masks and possibly one-way aisles. → Read More

Coronavirus: P&G making Safeguard hand sanitizer, also unbranded masks

Company officials said they have already begun production of hand sanitizer and masks. → Read More