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Largest Acquisitions of 2014

A list of the biggest 2014 deals in Ohio. Published April 20, 2015.

RankBase equity value at completion (millions)Buyer
1Speedway LLC$2,370.0
2Washington Prime Group Inc.$2,036.2
3DDR Corp.; The Blackstone Group LP$1,930.0
4Continental AG$1,906.0
5Steris Corp.$1,849.0
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Westfield Group CEO Jim Clay becomes new chairman of Team Northeast Ohio

Westfield Group CEO Jim Clay becomes new chairman of Team Northeast Ohio

April 20, 2015 Clay succeeds Ward J. 'Tim' Timken Jr., the chairman, president and CEO of TimkenSteel Corp., and David T. Abbott, executive director of The George Gund Foundation, who served as interim co-chairs during the organization's transition to begin to implement a new regional economic development strategy.

University Hospitals receives Booker T. Washington Award from the Congressional Black Caucus

April 20, 2015 The American Hospital Association nominated UH for the honor. The health system's CEO, Tom Zenty, accepted the award on Monday, April 20, at the annual National Minority Quality Forum's Leadership Summit on Health Disparities and Congressional Black Caucus Spring Health Braintrust.
Kent State University names Jeffery L. McLain as vice president for institutional advancement

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