economy

Ann Thompson / WVXU

A Cincinnati organization says it now has economic proof it is making a difference in the community and the lives of people it is helping find jobs.

Investment Outlook

Sep 4, 2013
Farr, Miller & Washington LLC

Michael K. Farr, president and majority owner of investment management firm Farr, Miller & Washington LLC, is a contributor for CNBC television, and has appeared on networks and shows including “The Nightly Business Report,” CNN, BloombergTV, and Reuters. He discusses the current investment outlook with Chris DeSimio and Mark Heyne.

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

In July the unemployment rate in Ohio was steady at 7.2%, but rose to 8.5% in Kentucky. Dr. LaVaughn Henry, vice president and senior regional officer of the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, and Northern Kentucky University Professor of Economics, Dr. Gary Clayton, review and explain the latest employment numbers.

City of Dayton, Ohio

Local CVBs attract thousands to town

Jul 10, 2013

  Each year thousands of people come to Greater Cincinnati for conventions and trade shows and contribute millions of dollars to our local economy. Mark Heyne talks with Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Eric Summe and President and CEO of the Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau, Dan Lincoln, about attracting meetings and conventions here.

Sarah Ramsey / WVXU News

The Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati has been open since early March, on today's Cincinnati Edition we’ll discuss the economic impact the casino has had during its first four months of operation with Senior Vice President & General Manager Kevin Kline.

Esteemed Princeton professor, Wall Street Journal columnist, and former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, Alan Blinder, has written a fascinating post-mortem of the 2008 financial crisis with a look forward at next steps. The author is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to talk about After the Music Stopped: The Financial CrisiFes, the Response, and the Work Ahead.


House Speaker John Boehner says the sooner the government starts addressing its fiscal problems, the sooner the economy will begin to improve.  Boehner spoke with employees of Vinylmax, a window manufacturer in Hamilton, during a tour of the company's plant Monday. 

He says investors and business people around the country are looking for some certainty about what Washington is going to do.

Dr. Martin Giesbrecht, Professor Emeritus from NKU

Feb 8, 2013

On the Money with Chris DeSimio welcomes back Dr. Martin Giesbrecht, professor emeritus of economics from Northern Kentucky University, to share his thoughts on the current state of America’s economy and what future actions, or inaction, by the government will have on the current upswing on the stock market.


A recent survey conducted by The Entrepreneurs' Organization indicates 62 percent of Cincinnati-area entrepreneurs think they'll see increased net profits in 2013.  Forty-one percent of those surveyed expect to hire more full-time employees, while 50 percent expect to hire more part-time workers.

The survey included 43 Cincinnati-area companies with at least $1 million in annual revenue.  Overall, the average respondent grosses $3.4 million in revenue.

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