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2014 Business Hall of Fame
Executive Chairman and Founder, PartsSource
W. Nicholas Howley
Chairman and CEO, TransDigm
Co-CEO and Co-Owner, The Riverside Co.
CEO, Molded Fiber Glass Co.
Past President, The University of Akron
2014 Cool Tech Awards
Findaway World | Coolest Tech Company Finalist
Explorys | Coolest Tech Company Finalist
OneCommunity | Coolest Tech Company Finalist
Mark Woodka, OnShift | Coolest Tech Leader
Slingshot, Squirrels | Coolest App
C3 Logix System, DXY Solutions | Coolest Innovation
BoxCast | Coolest Tech Startup
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