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Office neighbors for six months, James Allen and Tom Kessinger are in the early stages of longer-term succession process
Kentucky’s real estate and construction industry is so hot that demand may have the power to reshape the communities we live in, experts say.
Thanks in large part to expansions in Central Kentucky, the state’s health care industry, like much of the nation, is growing, and it is not showing signs of...
When Kroger reopened Lexington’s Euclid Avenue store with murals created by Lexington artists, the grocer’s CEO asked why murals weren't in all stores.
Kentuckians named to organizational leadership roles
New leadership for Kentucky businesses
Kentucky's surging engineering enrollments, graduate numbers must keep growing to fill industry demand