Market Intel for Jan. 27, 2020

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – News that broke late Friday — the $7.95 million sale of the Tiffany Plaza in Boardman — quickly made the week’s top-five stories, along with ongoing interest in the restructuring at local radio stations that cost “Fast Freddie” his job.

Another top story posted at week’s end, will be updated today as a hearing resumes on pretrial motions filed in the public corruption case against developer Dominic Marchionda and former city finance director Dave Bozanich.

Rounding out the top-five, in our popular Brain Gain coverage, a Poland couple found the grass isn’t greener outside the Mahoning Valley.

Last Week’s Top-5 Stories | The Business Journal, Youngstown Publishing Company

  1. Longtime Radio Host, Local Sports Show Cut in iHeart Media Restructuring
  2. Carnegie Companies Buys Tiffany Plaza for $7.95M
  3. Brown Presses iHeart Media CEO on Layoffs
  4. At Hearing, Beshara Admits to $20K Payment to Bozanich
  5. Poland Couple Finds Grass Outside Valley Isn’t Greener

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