Great ideas can lead to financial success. This is often the catalyst that drives the Ohio entrepreneur to venture into the world of a new business startup. Along with this decision, though, is often the need for various business financing decisions.
A closely held corporation is a good model for small business owners who want to retain control of their company, usually among family members or a small group of shareholders. It is not unusual for a closely held business to have different levels of shareholders, including those who hold only a minority interest. Even when an Ohio company has a small number of people with ownership rights, it may not be immune to shareholder disputes, especially if the minority shareholders feel their rights are not respected.
Ohio WJW Channel 8 viewers may be feeling quite frustrated since losing access to their favorite station. There is currently no information regarding when (or if) the station will return to service. The situation involves contract disputes between Tribune Media, the parent company of WJW Channel 8, and Spectrum.
Entrepreneurs in Ohio apparently could not have picked a better time or place to start their businesses. The Buckeye State is quickly gaining a reputation for being friendly to those in various stages of business formation, and the numbers from last year's filings have broken records once again. For the ninth straight year, more new businesses than ever before registered in Ohio, and Secretary of State Jon Husted hopes to keep the trend positive.
With the new year, many like to make predictions about what to expect as the culture, laws and popular influences change. Those predictions are worth more when they are based on experience and observations. When Ohio investors look at the upcoming year for real estate trends, they may be able to make more educated decisions if they know what some analysts are expecting to see in both commercial and residential transactions.