Firm Updates


What Joe Burrow Teaches us about Intangibles

Let me be the last (hopefully) person to wish you a Happy New Year, it is February after all.  2022 has started off with stock market declines, ice storms, Omicron rates surging, and some welcomed retirements in the NFL.  Most exciting, for those of us who call Cincinnati home, the

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5 things no one ever tells you about selling your business

Download the pdf | Read the original article Ten thousand baby boomers are retiring every day. Those retirees collectively own and operate approximately 3.5 million businesses in the United States. If past precedent holds, there will be more than 3.0 million businesses sold, closed, or transitioned in the next two decades. Where

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EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati investors acquire local family business

A group of Cincinnati investors led by an investment banking firm is acquiring a majority stake from the founders of family-owned Northern Kentucky manufacturing firm Stairtek Inc.  Mount Adams-based RKCA and the investment arm of Cincinnati-based Amend Consulting teamed up to buy out two of the three co-founders of Stairtek

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CenterGate Capital Acquires TSC Apparel

An affilliate of private-equity firm CenterGate Capital, Austin, Texas, recently made an investment in TSC Apparel, Cincinnati. A national B2B distributor of imprintable activewear and accessories, TSC Apparel stocks and sources thousands of styles of T-shirts, fleece, headwear, sport shirts and outerwear. Bob Winget, its president, will continue to lead the

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Kroger signs big deal to buy cutting-edge exit signs from Cincinnati startup

A Cincinnati startup has landed a huge contract with Kroger Co., the nation’s largest operator of traditional supermarkets, to buy its cutting-edge photoluminescent exit signs. MN8, founded by firefighter Zachary Green in 2010, will provide its glow-in-the-dark exit signs at all of Kroger’s new and renovated supermarkets. Eventually, Kroger will install the

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EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati basketball family buys Chevrolet dealership

A Cincinnati family steeped both in local college hoops and vehicle sales has purchased a dealership to call its own. Mike Kelsey was born into the car business. His grandfather sold Mercuries and Lincolns in the 1950s, and his father worked for Jake Sweeney. Kelsey himself sold his first car after graduating

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