Ohio’s “Big 6” Business Organizations unveil policy priority platform to guide legislative action for Ohio’s elected officials.Read More
Our President & CEO, Pat Tiberi, recently penned an op-ed that was published in the Columbus Dispatch regarding the difficult decisions that Governor DeWine and our elected officials have been forced to make during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Fifty-one percent of chief executives said a return to normal for their business will depend on a successful COVID-19 vaccine rollout and at least half of the population being vaccinated in key markets.Read More
Governor Mike DeWine has announced that individual employers will be allowed to offer vaccinations at their workplace for employees who wish to receive the immunization.Read More
During the discussion, the leaders spoke to the advantages of headquartering their businesses in central Ohio, which they all agreed has numerous upsides that are often overlooked in comparison to larger cities across the nation.Read More
"The horrific and heartbreaking events that unfolded yesterday at the U.S. Capitol were nothing less than an assault on the Constitution and our democracy. The Ohio Business Roundtable condemns to the fullest extent the violence and destruction brought about by the individuals who stormed the Capitol building and encourages all our political leaders, including President Donald Trump, to do the same.Read More
For months, Gov. Mike DeWine has been telling Ohioans to wear a mask, wash their hands and social distance to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Now, as cases have spiked and hospitalizations are at record levels, the state's employers want to try another approach.Read More
It is human nature to want to blame someone or something for a tragedy in one’s life. It is the nature of some attorneys to seek to capitalize on that by filing lawsuits.Read More
Huntington Bank is launching a new philanthropic effort aimed at bolstering Midwestern economies ravaged by Covid-19.Read More
The first 2020 presidential debate will take place in Cleveland, hosted by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic.
The partnership stepped in after the University of Notre Dame withdrew from hosting the Sept. 29 debate because of “the complexities COVID-19 created for its fall semester,” according to a press release. The debate will take place at the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion, part of the Health Education Campus.Read More
The spread of COVID-19 has affected all Ohioans. Our front-line workers, including health care professionals and first responders, and all those who went to work in uncertain times deserve our great thanks and respect.Read More
Ohio is one of the best states for business, according to Chief Executive magazine.Read More
At an educational forum Sunday, two Ohio Supreme Court justices stressed the importance of electing conservative jurists to the bench - and not activists who rewrite the law.Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 10, 2020 – A coalition of five statewide business advocacy organizations announced its endorsement of Justices Sharon Kennedy and Judi French for reelection to the Ohio Supreme Court.Read More
It’s with a lot of relief that we have reached the point in the trajectory of the COVID-19 virus that we can begin to restore some of the normalcy of daily life in our jobs and commerce. It is a good time to look both back and forward at the same time.Read More
“The events over the past couple of weeks, beginning with the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd, serve as a clear reminder that our nation continues to struggle with the issue of racism.”Read More
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is seeking adult volunteers to participate in a clinical trial to determine whether a possible vaccine can prevent Covid-19.
The city’s largest hospital will enroll up to 90 people in the first stage of the study. Volunteers will be screened to determine who will participate, and initial administrations of the candidate vaccine in Cincinnati are to begin in the next two weeks.Read More
Ohio's economic development efforts continue to rake in the awards.
Two months after the state took the No. 1 spot for new economic development projects in the nation, Site Selection magazine announced JobsOhio ranked fifth on its Prosperity Cup state rankings for 2020. This ranking recognizes the state and regional offices that were most successful in attracting capital investment projects last year.Read More
On behalf of our six organizations, and the thousands of Ohio businesses they collectively represent, the following statement was released today regarding the plan for Ohio’s economy to begin reopening May 1, 2020.Read More