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|Momentum Is Power
With the Medical Mart, Horseshoe Casino, Flats East Bank and other positive developments, this could be our year.
|Power 100: Chris Connor
Chris Connor has turned civic involvement into an art, advocating for Cleveland voters to pass a new schools levy and working to create a better lakefront.
Power 100: Dan Gilbert
Principal, Rock Gaming LLC; Chairman, Quicken Loans; Majority owner, Cleveland Cavaliers
Power 100: Dr. Toby Cosgrove
As the health care debate rages, there’s little arguing that the Cleveland Clinic has become a model of medical innovation.
Power 100: Frank Jackson
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's orchestration of school reform should be a case study in leadership, collaboration and power.
Power 100: Marcia Fudge
With her new, influential appointment, Marcia Fudge has shown a keen sense of humor and assertiveness that could be valuable for Northeast Ohio.
Power 100: Richard Kramer
Jesuit values learned at John Carroll University guide Goodyear’s CEO to a concern for reputation as well as profits.
Power 100: Roy Church
For the longtime college president, ‘community’ means working to improve the entire region.
New construction, school reform and a startup spirit have helped fuel a renewed sense of optimism in Northeast Ohio.
Power Through the Years
We’ve been chronicling power and influence in Northeast Ohio for a long time. In 1973, Cleveland Magazine , our sister publication, published its first look at the 10 most powerful people in Cleveland, a theme it revisited every five years through the ’80s. Inside Business launched the Power 100 list in 2004. Here’s a look back at who most shaped our region 40, 30 and nine years ago.
|New Year, New Plan
If you’ve ever had trouble keeping those resolutions, here’s a tip: delegate more. No, seriously, it works.
|Better than Good
Good Greens nutrition bars — the brainchild of Shaker Heights entrepreneur Keith Pabley — are flying off the shelves.
Doing Business Bilaterally
Slovenian delegates to the U.S. are particularly fond of Cleveland for its cultural links to their country — and for the business opportunities it represents.
From a Vision to a Legacy
Kent State’s hard-charging president, Lester Lefton, knows exactly where he wants to take the university, academically and in its town-gown relations. His plans are well under way.
How to Brand A City
Real estate experts at December’s Deal Maker Forum explained why attracting innovators in culture and technology is crucial to the future of downtown districts.
The Northeast Ohio-based institute promoting additive manufacturing hopes to infuse a traditional industry with a one-of-a-kind idea.
Dick Pace hopes to revive Cleveland’s Colonial Marketplace by catering to downtown residents, adding fresh foods and attracting local retailers.
First and Goals
With a new year comes the chance to do things better, whether it’s building your small business brand or dealing with newfound success. Here are four resolutions any business can adopt.
Four Kids Coffee gives parents a spot where they can grab a cup of joe and let the kids go.
Drawing on a background in the performing arts, Vadim Eelen and his son, Nikita, are creating a powerful new way to teach (and learn) online.
With the new Cleveland Museum of Art atrium and MOCA Cleveland, there’s plenty of inspiration for your next company meeting or event.
Universities across the nation are tailoring their MBA offerings to better prepare students for a worldwide economy. Here’s how a few Northeast Ohio schools are embracing that shift.