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The building boom at Miami University – it has spent $425 million over the past five years – shows no signs of slowing. The latest: The school plans to spend $84 million to build two more residence halls. For those familiar with Miami’s Oxford campus, the dorms would be built on the current site of its varsity tennis courts, just east of Hepburn Hall, and at the current location of Withrow Court, the old rec building.
Despite fears caused by a shaky stock market and slow corporate earnings growth, PNC chief economist Stuart Hoffman had this to say to our Steve Watkins: “We don’t think the U.S. economy is going to go into recession.
More on the economy here: Cincinnati is a relatively upbeat place when it comes to small businesses. This, according to the new Small Business Barometer from Allstate and USA Today. The score shows that local small business owners are optimistic about the current climate here. Cincinnati ranked among the top cities in the barometer,…