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Crain’s Cleveland Business reporters and guests will discuss the latest trends and issues impacting business, news and politics in Northeast Ohio. Host Dan Polletta brings over 20 years of award-winning on-air experience as a broadcaster, writer and storyteller, most recently with NPR Ideastream.
 
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Crain’s on Nov. 21 will welcome the latest class of Forty Under 40 honorees. Two of them — Jazmin Long, president and CEO of Birthing Beautiful Communities, and Gilbane Building Co. field operations manager Kenny Torres — joined The Landscape to talk about what it means to be part of this group of the next generation of leaders in Northeast Ohio.…
 
Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity is expanding its presence in Lorain County. The organization’s new president and CEO, John Litten, joined The Landscape to talk about the nature of and reasons for that presence, as well as the need for affordable housing in Lorain County and the role the recently reopened ReStore in Amherst will play in helpi…
 
Voters are about to head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8, to make some big decisions. Crain's government and policy reporter Kim Palmer joined The Landscape to preview some of the key issues and races, including the U.S. Senate contest between Democrat Tim Ryan and Republican JD Vance, and the gubernatorial matchup of incumbent Republican Michael D…
 
LCCC president Marcia Ballinger says the explosion in technology over the last decade has caused employers to start projecting what they will need not only now, but in five and 10 years to meet their workforce demands. Ballinger talked with The Landscape about how the college is partnering with employers to help shape the education programs that al…
 
Earlier in October, Ohio City welcomed a new restaurant with the opening of Jaja, which is housed in the residential/commercial Intro Cleveland building. Dan Whalen, president of project developer Harbor Bay Hospitality, joined The Landscape to talk about Jaja's eclectic menu, which merges Argentinian and Mediterranean influences, and what it took …
 
Cuyahoga Falls-based Alside is a major manufacturer of vinyl and composite siding, vinyl windows and other products for new construction and residential renovation projects. James Drexinger, CEO of Associated Materials, Alside's parent company, joined The Landscape to discuss how innovation drives the products Alside makes, with a special eye on pr…
 
The Cleveland Cavaliers were one of last season’s surprise NBA teams, far exceeding expectations. With the regular season set to tip off Wednesday, Oct. 19, Crain's sports business reporter Joe Scalzo talked with The Landscape about what fans can expect from the Cavs this year, as hopes are even higher following the major off-season move to acquire…
 
On Nov. 8, Cuyahoga County voters will elect a new County Executive to replace the current officeholder, Armond Budish. Republican nominee Lee Weingart talked with The Landscape about key pieces of his agenda if elected, including cuts to wasteful spending, investments in urban communities to help create jobs, a “rollback and freeze” property tax p…
 
Edge, a Northeast Ohio nonprofit that helps middle market companies grow, recently took a group of area leaders to Pittsburgh to see how the city has transformed its economy with an emphasis on becoming the "robotics capital of the world.” Edge’s Chris Keller and Grant Marquit share what participants learned on the trip and how those lessons might …
 
Cleveland Museum of Natural History president and CEO Sonia Winner thinks the $150 million transformation the museum is undergoing will provide a model for other natural history museums. Winner talks with The Landscape about how this major renovation will allow for a more immersive, hands-on experience for museum visitors, which she hopes will enco…
 
Mariely Luengo sees Hispanic Heritage Month as more than a 30-day event. Luengo, president and CEO of consulting firm Pueblo Strategies, talked with The Landscape about harnessing the energy of the celebration into the Hispanic Heritage Hub, a website that will serve as a clearinghouse for information about the region’s Hispanic/Latino community, r…
 
After an uneven season in 2021, there were high hopes that the Cleveland Browns would return to the playoffs this year. But with new quarterback Deshaun Watson suspended for the first 11 games, should fans temper their enthusiasm? As the season starts Sunday, Sept. 11, Crain's sports business reporter Joe Scalzo talks with The Landscape what to exp…
 
A blockbuster exhibition, ‘Impressionism to Modernism: The Keithley Collection,’ goes on view starting Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Clevelanders Joseph and Nancy Keithley talked with The Landscape about their passion for collecting art and why they chose to make the largest gift to CMA in more than 60 years — 100-plus works ran…
 
As a new school year begins, the nonprofit DigitalC is working to provide Cleveland Metropolitan School District students with the digital tools they need for learning. Strategic projects director Katie Grootegoed talked with The Landscape about how DigitalC connects kids with computers and internet access, the importance of that connectivity to Cl…
 
After a tumultuous offseason, the Cleveland Browns take the field Friday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and they still have plenty of unsettled business. Crain's sports business reporter Joe Scalzo provides a preview of what the season might look like with or without quarterback Deshaun Watson, as well as what fans can expect to see from k…
 
Both professional truck drivers and people who travel by car for business or pleasure count on about 300 TravelCenters of America locations nationwide to provide a place to refill the gas tank and grab a bite to eat. As the Westlake-based company celebrates its 50th anniversary, CEO Jon Pertchik talks with The Landscape about transformation of TA f…
 
Things have gotten better for most restaurants since the darkest days of the pandemic, but Ohio Restaurant Association president and CEO John Barker tells The Landscape he thinks business will never be quite the same. Barker talks about what has changed with restaurants and customers over the last two-plus years, how establishments are trying to co…
 
In ‘The Value Proposition Matrix: An Innovator's Guide to Four Questions That Separate Success from Failure,’ Brandon Cornuke shares what entrepreneurs should ask themselves to meet the needs of consumers. Cornuke, MAGNET's vice president of strategy and innovation, talks with The Landscape about how his own success (and failure) as an entrepreneur…
 
Be prepared for an explosion of art from Playhouse Square to Public Square this week, as the BorderLight International Theatre and Fringe Festival takes place July 20 through July 24. BorderLight co-founder Dale Heinen describes how this event showcases Cleveland as an international destination, as performers from around the world connect with Nort…
 
Since Pittsburgh-based PNC bought Cleveland's National City Bank in 2008, the bank has made its presence felt as both a major financial institution and a philanthropic one. Pastore, PNC’s Cleveland regional president since 2019, talked with The Landscape about how the ‘Main Street Bank’ philosophy guides the company’s approach to serving customers.…
 
For more than 40 years, Neighborhood Family Practice has been providing primary medical care for residents of Cleveland's near West Side. NFP's new president and CEO, Domonic Hopson, joined The Landscape to share his vision for how the organization can continue to better serve those in need of medical services, in particular recent immigrants to Cl…
 
Shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began, Akron-based GOJO Industries began planning for what the new reality would be when it became safe to return to the workplace. Emily Esterly, GOJO's vice president of work ecosystem and employee experience, talked with The Landscape about the company's plan, which has placed an emphasis on being flexible to …
 
If you think you’re seeing more Meijer stores popping up around Northeast Ohio, you’re right. The Michigan-based chain has been continuing to expand its presence in this region. Ken Barclay, who serves as marketing manager for several stores in this area, talked with The Landscape about the opportunities Northeast Ohio presents for Meijer, how the …
 
After nearly 25 years of success at her acclaimed restaurant, The Flying Fig, owner/chef Karen Small was looking to try something new. Small talks with The Landscape about why Ohio City is the right spot for Juneberry, her recently opened breakfast/lunch spot. She also shared what diners and wine lovers can expect from the soon-to-open Pearl Street…
 
Meet the talented young leaders in Northeast Ohio’s business and nonprofit community who make up the 2022 class of Crain’s 20 in their Twenties. These young professionals are hardworking, engaged, innovative, forward-thinking, altruistic and proactive. Claire Levin and Tyler Wynne join us to discuss their inclusion in this year’s class and share th…
 
Jack Cleveland Casino is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Scott Lokke, senior vice president and general manager of Jack Entertainment, the parent company of Jack Cleveland Casino and Jack Thistledown, joined The Landscape to talk about the casino welcoming back visitors in increasing post-pandemic numbers, the ins-and-outs of implementi…
 
Been inside your bank lately? If the answer is no, you aren't alone. Jim Malz, the Midwest region executive and Ohio president of Citizens Bank, joined The Landscape to talk about how changes in technology have reshaped the ways banks interact with their customers, how the bank helps small businesses grow, how it’s trying to attract new employees, …
 
The pandemic has altered where, when and how we work. ConnectedHR president Mark D'Agostino joined The Landscape to talk about how employers and employees are dealing with the new realities of remote work as more companies ask workers to return to the job on-site, at least part of the time. D'Agostino also talked about how employers are dealing wit…
 
For nearly 100 years, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs has sought to engage the Northeast Ohio community in a dialogue about the importance of international issues. CEO Carina Van Vliet talked with The Landscape about how the organization helps to foster understanding of how world events affect our daily lives, Cleveland's place as a global c…
 
Political watchers nationwide kept a close eye on Ohio on Tuesday. Dr. John Green, a professor of political science and director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron, talked with The Landscape about results from key races and how things might shape up for the fall's general election — particularly in the U.S.…
 
After serving as chief operating officer for Ohio City Inc., Ashley Shaw has been named MidTown Cleveland Inc.'s new executive director. Shaw joined The Landscape to share her vision for MidTown, including the need to continue to attract new businesses and to draw new residents by providing affordable housing. Shaw also talked about plans to make t…
 
In March 2020, the Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood launched a major fundraising campaign to update and renovate its campus. Two years later, in spite of the pandemic, the campaign has proven to be a hit and now is in its final phase. Beck Center president and CEO Lucinda Einhouse talked with The Landscape about how the generosity of individual…
 
In 2018, the inaugural FRONT International: Cleveland Triennal for Contemporary Art brought more than $31 million dollars of new economic activity to the region. With the follow-up event taking place this summer, FRONT CEO and executive director Fred Bidwell talked with The Landscape about FRONT's continuing efforts to draw international attention …
 
With so many employees working from home due to the pandemic, companies found themselves with plenty of empty office space. Terry Coyne, vice chairman of the Cleveland office of commercial real estate firm Newmark, joined The Landscape to share some thoughts on how much the commercial real estate market had recovered, as well as what the future mig…
 
Since 2016, Crain’s Cleveland Business has recognized Northeast Ohioans who prove that age is simply a number — not a defining characteristic. While they might have retired in the traditional sense, they remain active in civic affairs and, in a few cases, the business world. They continue to teach, counsel and — perhaps most importantly — inspire. …
 
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