Author: Chris Otts

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Churchill Downs Inc. says a legal challenge won't stop its plan to build a $150 million racetrack, hotel and gaming facility this year in Oak... [Read More]
The distribution center was initially staffed by contract workers, most of whom have been laid off following the year-end holiday shopping season. [Read More]
Braidy Industries Inc.'s disclosure this week that its CEO borrowed about $15 million from the company earlier this year should "raise some eyebrows," one professor... [Read More]
Braidy Industries' founder has said the company has already sold years' worth of the aluminum it plans to produce at a $1.68 billion mill the... [Read More]
Workers at the company's Lawrenceburg distillery and Coxs Creek bottling plant have been on strike since Sept. 7. [Read More]
Kevin Fuqua, a Louisville accountant who was appointed earlier this month, will not join the U of L board after all because of a family... [Read More]
Louisville, Lexington and northern Kentucky are the only regions of the state that have outpaced the nation in job growth since 2009, according to a... [Read More]
Teamsters Local 89 President Fred Zuckerman predicts that a proposed five-year labor contract will be handily rejected in an upcoming national vote. [Read More]
Workers at the Four Roses distillery in Lawrenceburg and the company's bottling plant in Coxs Creek could go on strike as soon as next week,... [Read More]
The facility would create 20-25 new jobs. [Read More]
The agency will look at the foundation's 2016 tax return following the organization's admission that it paid excessive compensation to James Ramsey and two other... [Read More]
Walmart is expanding its e-commerce operations into one of Amazon's longtime backyards,  Shepherdsville, Ky. [Read More]
The directors said Schnatter only turned on his hand-picked successor when Papa John's decided to remove Schnatter from ads, and that Schnatter produced commercials featuring... [Read More]
John May, the Republican running for Jefferson County tax assessor, is calling attention to a favorable tax deal for the iconic racetrack. [Read More]
John Schnatter says the site is his way of communicating with customers, franchisees and employees as he continues to battle the company he founded. [Read More]
The maker of ladders and other products will shutter its plant in the Jeffersontown area by March of 2019, citing... [Read More]
Attorney General Andy Beshear is reviving an 11-year-old lawsuit against Marathon Petroleum over gas prices during Hurricane Katrina. But a low-profile bill passed by the... [Read More]
UPS' Metro College has been paying for nighttime workers in Louisville to go to college for 20 years. A look at the program and how... [Read More]
Brown-Forman Corp.'s $45 million investment to build a working distillery in the heart of downtown Louisville is not only about paying homage to the company's... [Read More]
The sweeping tax changes enacted by Kentucky's Republican-controlled legislature in April are starting to hit paychecks, giving many workers in the state more take-home pay.... [Read More]
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