Akron-Canton Airport President Rick McQueen knows that as he and others plan for the airport’s long-term growth over the next 20 years, he’s got to keep one of the biggest perks: convenience.
Fifteen years ago, Eden Kozlowski’s job as a creative director and vice president for an advertising agency in Atlanta left her feeling constantly off balance.
GREEN: The city will gain 127 high-paying manufacturing jobs, with about a $7 million payroll, following the swift action that City Council took Tuesday night before launching its summer recess.
Five years after he left a corporate job to own a franchise collision repair business, Craig Mullett has moved his enterprise into new, much larger and more visible quarters in North Canton.
GREEN: It didn’t take long for a cab company to run afoul of the new rules regulating cab service at Akron-Canton Airport.