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John Burdette column: A run for the roses
John Burdette column: A run for the roses

The 141st running of the Kentucky Derby will take place this weekend, so ladies get your hats ready and gentlemen study your racing forms. The race makes for a great reason to gather friends and enjoy the excitement of the finish down the stretch.

Downtown commercial property market may have stabilized
Downtown commercial property market may have stabilized

Charleston’s commercial property market may have finally bottomed out following the departure and downsizing of energy-related firms, according to a vacancy survey of downtown office buildings by commercial broker Howard Swint.

The...

John Burdette column: A run for the roses
John Burdette column: A run for the roses

The 141st running of the Kentucky Derby will take place this weekend, so ladies get your hats ready and gentlemen study your racing forms. The race makes for a great reason to gather friends and enjoy the excitement of the finish down the stretch....

Chipotle looks to build first Charleston restaurant
Chipotle looks to build first Charleston restaurant

Chipotle Mexican Grill is looking to build its first restaurant in Charleston.

Rich Rashid of Ridgeline Inc. confirmed Thursday the Denver-based company has selected a space in the Southridge Center development off Corridor G to build the new...

Comcast reportedly dropping bid to buy Time Warner Cable
Comcast reportedly dropping bid to buy Time Warner Cable

Company said to be pulling out of $45.2 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable

Nasdaq closes at record high
Nasdaq closes at record high

Index closes above record set 15 years ago in dot-com apex

Local marketing company buys Pittsburgh firm

Artistic Promotions, a Dunbar-based promotional marketing company has acquired Pittsburgh-based Branded Solutions and the combined companies will operate under the name AP Branded Solutions.

Dan Weisberg, president of Branded Solutions, will...

Free shred, recycling event set for Saturday

Residents will be able to dispose of sensitive documents and old consumer electronic devices during a free “Fight Fraud, Shred Instead” recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Cabela’s in Charleston.

The event ...

AEP earnings beat analyst expectations

COLUMBUS, Ohio — American Electric Power Co. (AEP) on Thursday reported first-quarter net income of $629 million.

The Columbus, Ohio-based company said it had profit of $1.29 per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring gains,...

City National reports record first-quarter profits

City Holding Co., parent company of City National Bank, announced a record first-quarter profit Thursday.

The bank holding company headquartered in Charleston earned $18 million, or $1.17 a share, in the first quarter. Results were...

Businesses in 3 W.Va. counties eligible for disaster loans

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says businesses in three West Virginia counties damaged by severe storms in early March are eligible to apply for low-interest loans.

Tomblin said Wednesday that a federal disaster declaration has ...

Huntington lawyer is new president of W.Va. State Bar

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — W. Michael Frazier of Huntington is the new president of the West Virginia State Bar.

The organization announced its officers for 2015-2016 on Wednesday.

John R. McGhee Jr. of Charleston is president-elect and...

Goodwill hosts jobs fair for military veterans
Goodwill hosts jobs fair for military veterans

Veterans often possess a unique skills set that sets them apart from other job seekers.

Companies and industries from across the region got a taste of what veterans can bring Wednesday at a job fair sponsored by Goodwill Industries. The expo was ...

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