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Bizchat Covers Western Ky., Vice Mayor Retiring, And Pappy Demand

Nov 18, 2013

Erik Carlson, editor in chief at Business Lexington, checks in after taking a Commerce Lexington Regional Tour to Western Kentucky.

Lexmark Poised For Better Performance In 2013

Dec 10, 2012

LEXINGTON, Ky. - One of Lexington’s largest employers is hoping to encounter a more favorable business climate in 2013.  Back in August Lexmark International closed its ink jet printer division, laying off 1,700 employees; 550 of them in Lexington. 

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Around 2,500 Kentucky investors are entitled to a share of a $200 million  multi-state settlement made between Morgan Keegan Company and securities regulators.

Brenna Angel

LEXINGTON, Ky. - A start-up telecommunications company is putting down roots in central Kentucky. Xact Communications announced Friday plans to open its main office in Lexington, creating 20 full time jobs with an average salary of $69,000.

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