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Peerless Partnership with Fetzer Vineyards

September 12, 2017 Shaun Wilson 0

You are now one step closer to enjoying Peerless spirits anywhere in the world. Being family owned and operated gives Peerless the opportunity to do things their own way. Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. proudly announces […]

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GE Appliances workers reject new contract proposal

November 27, 2016 superuser 0

A new sign at Appliance Park welcomes visitors and employees to "GE Appliances - a Haier company." | Photo by Boris Ladwig.

GE Appliances workers Tuesday night rejected a new four-year contract over concerns about frozen wages, lower starting pay for incoming employees and changing work practices that disadvantage older workers. Union leaders declined to reveal details about the vote, which occurred between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the union hall on Poplar Level Road. About […]

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NuLu residents, business owners get last look at $13.4 million streetscape plan

November 27, 2016 superuser 0

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The $13.4 million NuLu streetscape project is slowly chugging along, with the design going through its final public feedback session Tuesday. “I think this is great for business, great for the neighborhood. We are anxious to move forward,” said Rick Murphy, owner of Jeb Advertising and a member of the NuLu Streetscape Steering Committee. The project […]

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The Closing Bell: ‘Hip’ lifestyle retailer opening in NuLu; C-J names Budde successor; Spalding’s green splash and capital campaign; and more

November 20, 2016 superuser 0

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Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend — a roundup of stories that can’t wait till Monday. New lifestyle store opening in storefront in NuLu Storefronts don’t typically sit empty for long in the high-demand neighborhood NuLu. Just look at the former WHY […]

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Trump takes credit for saving Kentucky jobs at nonexistent Ford plant

November 20, 2016 superuser 0

A 2017 Ford Escape with a  2-liter EcoBoost engine rests on a lookout on Kanan Dume Road near Malibu, Calif. Media including Car & Driver and Kelley Blue Book got a first look at the new Louisville-built Escapes this week. | Photo by Boris Ladwig.

President-elect Donald J. Trump last night on Twitter appeared to take credit for saving jobs that were not in jeopardy at a Kentucky plant that does not exist. Trump tweeted late Thursday that he “worked hard with Bill Ford to keep the Lincoln plant in Kentucky.” “We don’t have a Lincoln plant,” Todd Dunn, president […]

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Monday Business Briefing: Thorntons eyes Original Highlands site; investor buys 10% Papa John’s stake; city holds 9th St. underpass meeting; and more

November 13, 2016 superuser 0

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Welcome to the Nov. 14 Monday Business Briefing, your private business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Neighbors unhappy with Thorntons designs for gasoline station at former Bader’s site Louisville-based gasoline and convenience chain company Thorntons plans to revive a former gasoline station site at the corner of Baxter Avenue and Broadway. The company informed residents near 1248 E. […]

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Millions in losses force Kroger to close a Louisville store

November 8, 2016 superuser 0

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After more than a decade of recorded losses, Kroger Co. will close its store at 3917 S. Seventh St. Road before the end of this month. Tim McGurk, public affairs manager for Kroger’s Louisville division, told Insider Louisville in an email that the Southland Terrace store will shut for good at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29. “We are […]

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Stocks, including many local ones, rally ahead of Election Day

November 8, 2016 superuser 0

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A broad stock market rally on Monday pushed higher all stocks of local interest tracked by Insider Louisville, with about two-thirds of them gaining as much or more than the S.&P. 500, which jumped 2.22 percent. Stock markets across the globe rallied Monday, a day before the U.S. presidential election, after the FBI said that […]

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QSR Automations building new $10 million headquarters off River Road

October 27, 2016 superuser 0

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The fast-growing QSR Automations, maker of the consumer app DineTime, will break ground this year on a $10 million new headquarters off River Road near the Louisville Water Tower Park. QSR Automations plans to move from its headquarters at 2301 Stanley Gault Parkway in early 2018, according to Amber Mullaney, its senior marketing manager. The company, led […]

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