“Sometime next year, Cleveland will become the first city in the country to offer commercial Internet service at 100 gigabits per second,” as this Inc.com article reports. That’s 300 times faster than the average download speed of residential Internet service in the U.S.
Akron and Cleveland are named to this top 10 list of the most affordable cities for renters, according to Rent.com.
In the market for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home? If so, Cleveland is the place to be according to the findings of the Coldwell Banker Home Listing 2014 Report. Learn more!
This article from The Wall Street Journal looks at the work Dan Gilbert has done in helping to rebuild so-called rust belt cities like Cleveland and Detroit.
Cleveland is rated as one of “America’s Best Coffee Cities” by Travel + Leisure! What is your favorite local coffee shop?
How do we bridge the talent gap in the Innovation Economy? In her Forbes.com column, NorTech CEO Rebecca Bagley says we need to do a better job of exposing students to new trends and technologies and of harnessing their entrepreneurial spirits early.