The Cleveland Ritz Carlton makes a Forbes list of the best hotels of 2013.
Lakewood named to list of “The 10 Most Exciting Small Cities In America!”
Red, The Steakhouse and the Greenhouse Tavern make the cut in this Forbes.com piece by Larry Olmsted, the weekly “Great American Bites” restaurant columnist for USAToday.com, on his 15 favorite restaurant meals of the year.
A country’s ability to innovate is traditionally measured by things like R&D spending levels, the quality of its universities and the availability of venture capital. While these are important factors, NorTech President and CEO Rebecca Bagley argues, we are not measuring something equally if not more important: the values on which our businesses are built.
Slate.com makes the case for moving Silicon Valley to Cleveland.
Cleveland is named among the top “Rising Star” cities in the world according to this ranking from GoGobot.com.
This Forbes.com article highlights Cleveland’s MC2 Stem High School, which is a joint initiative between the City of Cleveland and GE Lighting. The article notes how this unique education program is having great success, with a 95 percent graduation rate.
USA Today recognizes the Greenhouse Tavern as one of seven unique examples of farm-to-table restaurants in the world.
Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management ranks as one of the “50 most beautiful business schools in the world” according to TopManagementDegrees.com.
Squire Sanders’ attorney, Mitch Thompson, is interviewed in this ThomasNet News article, which positions Cleveland as a good source for legal services.