FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2017, file photo, windows are broken at the Mandalay Bay resort and casino in Las Vegas, the room from where Stephen Craig Paddock fired on a nearby music festival, killing 58 and injuring hundreds on Oct. 1. Casino giant MGM Resorts International says more than 4,000 people are seeking compensation related to the Las Vegas Strip shooting that left 58 people dead, and it’s suing its insurance company for legal costs. A lawsuit filed Wednesday, June 19, 2019 in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas alleges breach-of-contract by Illinois-based Zurich American Insurance Co. less FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2017, file photo, windows are broken at the Mandalay Bay resort and casino in Las Vegas, the room from where Stephen Craig Paddock fired on a nearby music festival, killing 58 and ... more Photo: John Locher, AP … [Read more...] about Hotel owner sues insurance company after Vegas mass shooting
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The Enquirer Published 6:30 PM EDT Jun 5, 2019 Aldi Division: Large Sector: Retail Founded: 1976 Ownership: Cooperative/mutual Location: multiple What the company does: Operates more than 2,000 no-frills grocery stores in the U.S., including 17 in the Cincinnati region Why one employee loves working there: “The autonomy of the job and to make real life decisions that directly affect stores and results.” American Modern Insurance Group Division: Large Sector: Insurance - speciality Founded: 1938 Ownership: Parent company Location: Amelia What the company does: Specialty insurance products and services for residential property, such as manufactured homes and specialty dwellings, and for consumers in the recreational market, including owners of boats, personal watercraft, classic cars, motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles Why one employee loves working there: “I love my job, because the atmosphere is fun, friendly and encouraging. I also like the fact that we promote … [Read more...] about Top Workplaces Cincinnati: These large companies made the list
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By Teri Sforza | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: July 25, 2018 at 3:29 pm | UPDATED: July 25, 2018 at 7:31 pm The rules at Joseph Scolari’s sober living home were clear: No drugs or alcohol, of course. Random searches. Drug tests. No sex. Scolari had known little about the sober living home industry just a few years before, but it looked like a lucrative solution to his financial woes. And his business – Sober Network Properties, launched in 2014 – would come to manage more than a dozen sober houses in residential neighborhoods, some with up to 14 beds each. It was the first of those houses – the five-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot Mediterranean on Via Lampara in San Clemente’s luxurious Talega development, where he had once lived with his wife, Rebecca, and their two children – that got Scolari sued. Last year, in a deposition related to that lawsuit, attorney Richard McNeil showed Scolari an image of a man and a woman in … [Read more...] about Sober Living: Modern family or big business?
Wellington Webb stands in the shade on the sidewalk at Commons Park along the South Platte River behind Denver Union Station, joggers loping by on the paths, cars nosing their way toward parking, as a young couple at the base of the distinctive Denver Millennium Bridge across the street calls out and waves.“Mayor! Mayor!” they say, bursting with smiles.Webb nods and waves back, returning the smiles, and then turns his gaze to the park — part of more than 2,000 acres of new parks and open space created in the city during his 12 years as mayor — and then hooks his thumb over his shoulder.“This is a special place for me,” says Webb, Denver’s first African-American mayor, serving three terms beginning in 1991.“Union Station, that’s where I arrived on a train from Chicago, when I was a kid, an asthmatic, 97-pound weakling.” He laughs and shrugs, then spreads his arms wide toward the park. “And here I am, all these years … [Read more...] about Lion in winter: Denver’s first African-American mayor talks politics