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A jug of Old Kentucky Peerless whiskey bears the name of Henry Kraver, a successful Henderson businessman in the early 20th century who built the Peerless distillery here into the largest in Western Kentucky. Decades after it went out of business,
The results are in for the ninth annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky competition. Seventy-three companies were honored, but their rankings have not yet been released. Those will be announced April 16 at an awards dinner at the Lexington Center.
Gov. Steve Beshear has joined municipalities across the state in backing a constitutional amendment that would allow local-option sales taxes. The Courier-Journal (http://cjky.it/WisV16) reported that Beshear said the proposal "makes sense" during a
This entrepreneurial city, the largest along the 981-mile Ohio River, is adept at understanding how geography, resources and new markets can be turned into business opportunities. Michael Clevenger for The New York Times This office building will
Written by Chris Otts Louisville Courier-Journal Filed Under Frequent commuters will pay a toll of about $1, while semis will pay $10 each time they cross the planned two new bridges over the Ohio River and Interstate 65's revamped Kennedy Bridge,
JustFabulous, the monthly VIP membership program that grants consumers access to celebrity stylists and the latest trends in fashion, has relocated its warehouse to Louisville, KY . The company moved its facilities from Valencia, CA in mid-May.
Mayors Jim Gray and Greg Fischer pointed to the presence of Ford and Toyota's area automotive plants as evidence that the state's two largest cities already are a center of advanced manufacturing but can do more. "Those investments in people and
The plans are preliminary, and the companies only get the incentives, collected over a 10-year period, once they actually make hires. Eileen Pickett, vice president of Greater Louisville Inc., the metro chamber of commerce, said the unusually high
The Leadership Louisville Center has announced the members of the Bingham Fellows Class of 2011, who will address a class topic of Shaping Louisville for the 21st Century. The class goal will be to develop a long-range vision to meet the economic and
But Humana layoffs in July meant the loss of 60 percent of Richards' income. Stern budget measures Richards has adopted since then include ramen noodle soup, limited driving and rented movies. The job search continues, but Richards and other workers