Alexander Coolidge, Enquirer

Alexander Coolidge

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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  • The Daily Advertiser
  • USA TODAY
  • SouthCoastToday
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • The Courier-Journal
  • The Tennessean
  • delawareonline
  • GoSanAngelo.com
  • North Jersey News
  • wusa9
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Recent articles by Alexander:

President Joe Biden comes to Cincinnati on Friday to promote manufacturing. Updates here

President Joe Biden will visit a metal manufacturer in Hamilton, Ohio, and talk 3D printing on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Coming to (dozens of) Kroger stores near you: bigger, belted self-checkout lanes

This spring, dozens of local Kroger stores in the greater Cincinnati will get a couple of new, larger self-checkout lanes. → Read More

P&G's David Taylor to retire, CEO Jon Moeller adds role as board chair

Former Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor is retiring with his successor, Jon Moeller, assuming the role as chairman of the board, effective July 1. → Read More

New CEO to take helm at Fifth Third in July; Carmichael to stay as executive chairman

Fifth Third Bank has tapped president Tim Spence as its next CEO, effective July 5. → Read More

Investor Carl Icahn targets Kroger

Icahn, 86, has told Kroger to improve the treatment of pigs from its suppliers, Kroger said Tuesday. → Read More

New 171-room hotel with rooftop bar planned next to University of Cincinnati

Developers plan to build a 171-room, seven-story hotel at the corner of Straight Street and Clifton Avenue in University Heights. → Read More

Lawsuit: Kroger-made salads, graham crackers, bagels and other food contain lead

A California advocacy group is suing Kroger, charging several food items it makes under its store brands contain "dangerous" levels of lead. → Read More

Russian invasion of Ukraine: P&G halting Russian investment and advertising, cutting product offering

Responding to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Procter & Gamble said Monday it's cutting back its product offering in Russia and ceasing all marketing and investment in the country. → Read More

Nehemiah Manufacturing was his second venture. It became his workers' second chance

The manufacturing company is a “second-chance” employer, hiring workers after prison terms or drug rehab. → Read More

Kroger adding monthly surcharge for unvaccinated workers, cutting their COVID-19 sick leave

Starting Jan. 1, Kroger will eliminate paid pandemic-related leave and charge $50 per month to employees that haven't gotten shots. → Read More

Fed data: COVID-19 hammered Cincinnati and Ohio economies

The Cincinnati region fared slightly worse than the U.S. or Ohio, which both saw economic activity slow by 3.5%, according to new federal data. → Read More

Unruly passengers: See the hefty fines and what's happened at airports Cincinnatians use

Your captain kindly requests you fasten your seatbelts, keep your masks on – and this holiday season, please don't be that air traveler from hell. → Read More

As General Electric splits apart, does GE Aviation become Greater Cincinnati's newest Fortune 500 company?

As General Electric splits apart, GE Aviation may become Cincinnati's newest Fortune 500 company → Read More

New details of Workhorse investigation: Feds probing stock trades that were focus of Enquirer investigation

Electric vehicle manufacturer Workhorse Group for the first time acknowledged on Monday it was under investigation by federal authorities. → Read More

Report: Loveland-based Workhorse Group being investigated by Justice Dept.

Electric cargo van maker Workhorse Group is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice, according to the Wall Street Journal. → Read More

New Kroger membership program: Double fuel points, free delivery for $35 orders

Kroger announced a membership program, Boost, offering to customers who join double gas points and free deliveries for online orders of $35 or more. → Read More

'Sky's the limit:' Divisions Maintenance Group moving to the Foundry, may add extra floors

The Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) approved a 10-year Job Creation Tax Credit for the move, which is expected to create 256 full-time positions. → Read More

Reversal: General Electric will require employees to get COVID-19 vaccination

General Electric will require all U.S. employees to get vaccinations against COVID-19 by Dec. 8. → Read More

P&G says commodity and freight costs continue to rise

Procter & Gamble cautioned Tuesday rising commodity and freight costs will lower profitability more than previously forecast. → Read More

Outgoing P&G CEO David Taylor cautions 'headwinds will continue;' Peltz leaves board

P&G CEO David Taylor expressed confidence in the consumer giant's future despite the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and related problems. → Read More