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After folding his start-up MakeTime into Xometry, Drura Parrish is even closer to a whole-cloth restructuring of how we design and produce more

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The Sutton Company, which maintains its home base in Lexington, charters about 250 flights each year, transporting about 2,500 equines annually with truly high-horse accommodation. more

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Sunroof manufacturer Webasto Roof Systems, Inc., announced plans in August to invest $15.2 million in a new production line that will bring 183 additional jobs to its Lexington facilities over the next two years. more

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Tech-savvy start-up Legit Apps helps local schools solve communication overload for the mobile age. more

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With the launch of their joint venture, Blackhawk Aerial Imaging, in 2017, Jimmy Caniff and Rick Kimberlin hope to leverage their training to offer professional drone imaging services for an array of Central Kentucky clients and applications. more

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Employment new, awards and recognition in the Central Kentucky business community. more

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Tips for penning a sincere, effectively written "thank you" note. more

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With her new book, “Smashing Glass and Kicking Ass: Lessons from the Meanest Woman Alive,” author Linda Smith makes the case that women in the workplace, as never before, must fight to succeed. more

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After a more than four years of extensive renovations and new construction, Castle & Key Distillery in Millville, Kentucky, is officially open to the public. more

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Pizza Wholesale of Lexington, Inc., broke ground this week on the construction of a new 55,800-square-foot headquarters, warehouse and distribution center in the Paris-Bourbon County Industrial Park. more

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In support of the relief effort in coastal areas following Hurricane Florence, University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union has teamed up with the American Red Cross to help raise money for those affected by the storm. more

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The Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame will welcome four esteemed visionaries and champions into its ranks during this Kentucky Bourbon Festival event. more

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BACK Construction has been named as the 2018 Small Business of the Year by Commerce Lexington, Inc. more

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The Equine Workforce Talent Pipeline initiative, which will kick off on September 14 with an informational breakfast at Keeneland, is aimed at addressing the job needs of the equine industry across Kentucky. more

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City officials joined representatives from MetroNet on Tuesday to officially open the company’s new retail location on West Tiverton Way, and to ceremonially flip-the-switch on a 100-percent fiber-optic network. more

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Skyline Chili has officially opened its first Lexington location at 2850 Richmond Rd. more

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Kentucky’s Department of Tourism has launched a statewide cooperative initiative to enhance the quality and visibility of Kentucky travel destinations in Google search and travel planning products, the agency announced. more

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Daughter of Cotton Patch owner Isobel Chewning, this Lexington entrepreneur sources fun and fashionable wares for her Landsdowne Shoppes boutique. more

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Tariff worries loom large as Kentucky’s bourbon industry continues its unprecedented building boom. more

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Business Lexington asked banking industry professionals in Central Kentucky to share their perspectives on some of the changes local customers can expect to see as a result of recent revisions to the Dodd-Frank Act. more

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