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A list of Northeast Ohio colleges, ranked by Fall 2014 enrollment. Published Oct. 13, 2014.

RankName of college or universityFall 2014
1Kent State University30,744
2University of Akron21,186
3Cleveland State University17,355
4Cuyahoga Community College15,780
5Youngstown State University10,149
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City is applying admissions tax to sellers who make profits on Flash Seats

October 19, 2014 Cleveland's admissions tax is being applied in a new venue — cyberspace. In a move that might be the only one of its kind in the United States, the 8% tax is being deducted on a secondary market — Flash Seats, the digital ticketing company operated by Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert's Veritix.
Urban Farmer is serving up business to local farms

Urban Farmer is serving up business to local farms

October 19, 2014 In the five months since it has opened, Urban Farmer Cleveland has cemented relationships with about 20 small local producers, including Chardon-based New Creation Farm, Ohio City Farm, Kent-based Lucky Penny and Killbuck Valley Mushrooms in Burbank.

International purchase has added benefits for Steris

October 19, 2014 Steris Corp. wants to become an international company — and not just for the tax benefits. Make no mistake: Steris' international footprint will grow by several shoe sizes if it succeeds in buying Synergy Health PLC in a $1.9 billion cash-and-stock deal.
For FitzGerald, it's been an exercise in frustration

For FitzGerald, it's been an exercise in frustration

October 19, 2014 It's not hard to look at Ed FitzGerald's battle for the governorship as a portrait in frustration. Even he sketches it that way. 'It's been a frustrating environment to have a substantive discussion of anything in,” he said in a recent interview with Crain's editorial board. 'It's a challenging campaign.'
Frantz Ward will move to 200 Public Square

Frantz Ward will move to 200 Public Square

October 19, 2014 The Frantz Ward LLP law firm has leased two floors for new offices at 200 Public Square and plans to relocate next April from Key Tower, at 127 Public Square.

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