Alexander Coolidge, Enquirer

Alexander Coolidge

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • The Courier-Journal
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  • delawareonline
  • GoSanAngelo.com
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Recent articles by Alexander:

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

Sherrod Brown on Workhorse: Executives should focus on jobs, not 'padding their own pockets.'

Brown said companies like Workhorse should be creating jobs, not enriching executives. → Read More

Workhorse Group: Loveland-based electric vehicle company shakes up executive ranks

Leaving the company effective immediately: chief operating officer Rob Willison and chief financial officer Steve Schrader. → Read More

What is Workhorse Group and what does the company do?

Workhorse is a manufacturer of electric-powered cargo vans. → Read More

Tennessee shooting: Gun violence at Kroger and the grocer's firearms policy

Thursday's mass shooting at the Collierville, Tennessee, Kroger marks another deadly attack at the nation's largest supermarket chain. → Read More

Kroger requires workers to wear masks, again

Kroger said Wednesday it is requiring its workers – again – to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Kroger launches 'virtual convenience store' offering speedy home delivery

Called "Kroger Delivery Now," the Cincinnati-based supermarket giant is offering online customers their choice among 25,000 items from 6 a.m. to 12 midnight. → Read More

Cincinnati skyline loses Macy's name from old headquarters

A year after Macy's said it would shutter its Downtown headquarters for good, the retailer's name has been stripped from its former Seventh Street building. → Read More

Feds: Cincinnati countertop maker Sim-Lohman cited for safety violations

Carthage-based countertop maker Sims-Lohman has been cited by federal safety officials for its failure to protect workers. → Read More

P&G promotes three women to top executive ranks as new CEO prepares to take over

P&G, which markets most of its products to female customers, has never had a woman as CEO. → Read More

Labor shortage squeezes Kroger's hiring blitz

In June, the Cincinnati-based supermarket chain launched a hiring campaign to add 10,000 workers nationwide, including 1,000 targeted for its hometown. → Read More

P&G names Jon Moeller as CEO replacing David Taylor

Procter & Gamble announced Thursday its chief operating officer, Jon Moeller, will take over as chief executive on Nov. 1. → Read More

Frisch's changes leadership amid 'reorganization'

Frisch's Restaurants has a new leader after the departure of CEO Jason Vaughn, the company said on Monday. → Read More

Local Republican chair on Joe Biden visit: 'He's kind of not welcome here'

Hamilton County GOP Chairman Alex Triantafilou said he was "shocked" that Biden chose the West Side of suburban Cincinnati for his latest visit. → Read More

What will happen to Ohio jobs now that the extra $300 unemployment is gone?

Will the plan work? Economists say there's no data say one way or the other. → Read More

Kroger: We will be able to reach three of our four U.S. homes thanks to digital growth

Kroger on Thursday held its annual meeting. Here's what happened. → Read More

Kroger sales ebb as shoppers stop hoarding

A year after Kroger's sales exploded at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, sales at the Cincinnati-based grocer have declined. → Read More

Hillenbrand's Ryan named first female CEO of Cincinnati public company since 2018

Hillenbrand Inc. tapped the head of its largest division, Kimberly Ryan, as CEO. → Read More