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Using other people’s money

Sometimes we need to expand our business to make our lives easier, but this can be costly. Sometimes it’s necessary to borrow money to buy a new machine or remodel a kitchen. But do you qualify for a loan? Here, Gary Cerasi, CPA, owner of Creative Business Strategies, discusses how to improve your chances—and get the best...

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Strength training is the fountain of youth at MaxStrength Fitness

Most high achieving executives understand that quality trumps quantity. It’s true for the products they sell. It’s true for customer service. And it’s true for exercise, asserts Jeff Tomaszewski, owner of MaxStrength Fitness, who has adopted the title of Chief Life Transformer. The title reflects his mission at MaxStrength, he...

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Wine Down & Sweets Café is rethinking the dessert course

Wine and cheese is a common pairing. But wine and a cupcake? “Absolutely,” Tammy Phillip enthusiastically confirms. “If you ask a woman about her favorite two things, many will say wine and chocolate. So, it’s a perfect pairing.” That explains the unique combination of offerings at Tammy’s new Wine Down & Sweets Café,...

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At Brookway Hearing Center, being fitted with the right hearing aid for you is like music to your ears

More than 130 people spending a sunny afternoon in the park, enjoying good food, good music and good company. Sound like a family reunion? Pretty close, says Robert Pavlik Jr., a board certified hearing instrument specialist, audioprosthologist who, with his wife, Michelle, owns Brookway Hearing Center, in Strongsville. “We like to...

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Design Surfaces Kitchen and Bath has beefed up its natural stone inventory, and we’re in love

Many of our most essential products today are relative newcomers to our lives. The iPhone, for example, hit the market only 11 years ago. Google was launched in 1998. And only 36 years ago, techies of the day were awed by the incredible Commodore 64, with its robust 64 kilobytes of RAM. But today’s most spectacular kitchen countertops have...

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