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Government: Tax Reform Roundtable: No. 1 Problem Is Rules Keep Changing | November 16, 2017

Tax Reform Roundtable: No. 1 Problem Is Rules Keep Changing

Who’s Who, Said What. Participating in The Business Journal roundtable on taxes held Oct. 30 at the Holiday Inn-Boardman were Jim Rosa, principal in HBK CPAs and Consultants; state Rep. John Boccieri, D-59 Poland; John Donchess, principal at Packer Thomas; Lisa Loychik, tax principal in the Youngstown office of Cohen & Co. Inc.; Dan Wolfe, […]

Government: Brown, City’s Next Mayor, Beats McKinney by 162 Votes | November 8, 2017

Brown, City’s Next Mayor, Beats McKinney by 162 Votes

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Jamael “Tito” Brown is the city’s next mayor, per unofficial results reported by the Mahoning County Board of Elections last night. Brown, who defeated incumbent Mayor John McNally in the May Democratic primary, narrowly won over Sean McKinney, the city’s former building and grounds commissioner who ran as an independent. Brown received […]

Government: NLRB Decision Could Impact Social Media Rules | November 2, 2017

NLRB Decision Could Impact Social Media Rules

By Attorney Kevin Day, Harrington, Hoppe & MItchell YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — For many businesses, the use of social media by employees has in recent years become one of the most challenging aspects of an employer-employee relationship. Employees can unwittingly divulge important company information, make statements that reflect poorly on the company or even make statements […]