E-Edition of Business Journal’s May Edition Available Now

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A free digital copy of The Business Journal’s May edition is now available on our website.

Schools are closed for the rest of the school year. What does that mean for graduation? Curriculum? The digital divide? In our Brain Gain coverage, we dive deep into the challenges of remote learning and how area school districts are trying to maintain some normalcy while planning for school during COVID-19 for the rest of this year and into the next.

Also in this edition, landscape companies are hopeful for a blooming spring, local banks discuss the latest updates on the Payroll Protection Program and a new film takes a look at East Liverpool.

Also in our Lifestyle & Entertainment section, Guy D’Astolfo rounds up area venues for their thoughts. Read it all in the May 2020 edition!

In an effort to provide as many platforms as possible for readers, The Business Journal is developing a digital edition of our print publication, as well as a revamped website.

Among the features of the new site are a log-in feature and pricing structure so readers can subscribe to the e-edition.

Subscriptions won’t affect access to the day-to-day coverage, Daily Buzz and 3 Minutes With videos or content in the Business Strategies Video Network. However, enterprise stories that appear in print will require subscriptions for online and e-edition access, he says.

For the time being, all online content is accessible without a subscription. Print subscribers will have complete access to online content as well.

Print copies of The Business Journal can be ordered here.

Check our our e-edition section to read past issues of The Business Journal.

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