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Tips for setting yourself on the road to a successful business

As you grew up, you may have known that you did not want to sit around helping others achieve their dreams while yours sat by the wayside. As a result, now that you are an adult, you want to become the entrepreneur you always wanted to be and set yourself up to achieve your career dreams.

The Cincinnati Zoo files suit to have their gorilla returned

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden filed a lawsuit against the Gorilla Foundation in federal court in the Northern District of California on Oct. 25. In their filing, the Cincinnati Zoo requests that the animal sanctuary return Ndume, the male companion of their deceased gorilla Koko. She died while being cared for at the California facility on June 19. He was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 1981 and loaned to the sanctuary in 1991.

Signs you have a bad business partner who needs to be removed

When you start a business, it is wise to set up an operating agreement or a partnership agreement with your business partner. This should spell out the specific steps that need to be taken to remove someone from the company.

4 considerations when creating a family business succession plan

Imagine you've spent the last forty years working hard to grow a successful business that has allowed your family to live a wealthy and abundant life. However, as you've grown older, you've also grown tired of the demands required to run the business.

How to start a business with your spouse

Have you always wanted to go into business for yourself? Do you have a stable of good ideas that you are itching to try on the Cincinnati market? Is your spouse going to be involved in the business? If so, you need to know how to go about starting a business with your spouse so you can properly set it up and not run into any issues.

GE Aviation facing lawsuit from 3 cancer-stricken employees

GE Aviation and its parent company General Electric have been named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by one employee and the estates of another two employees. The complaint was filed on Nov. 21 in the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court.

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