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Senate Republicans are weighing a two-step process to replace Obamacare that would postpone a repeal until 2020, as they seek to draft a more modest version than a House plan that nonpartisan analysts said would undermine some insurance markets.

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Here are tidbits on a New York magazine story about Cleveland's eclectic music scene, an Associated Press/Equilar examination of CEO pay, a BuzzFeed piece on the GOP side of next year's U.S. Senate race in Ohio, a New York Times shout-out to a Cleveland podcast, and more.

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Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc. in Euclid has named a new leader to oversee its international welding segment.

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Kent State University's Institute for Applied Linguistics announced it received a $1 million grant from the Gawlicki Family Foundation of Hartford, Conn., to fund development of a distance learning translation studies program.

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If Mark Gerberich has the need for speed, he's landed in the right place.

Gerberich will become the new president and CEO of the International Soap Box Derby Inc., effective Monday, June 12.

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STAT, a news service that covers science, hospitals and the biotech business, reviews data to identify the nonprofit hospitals that bought the most national TV ad time last year, and two of the top six are in Ohio.

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Amid slumping sales and shortly after reaching a deal with federal regulators to resolve issues related to allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination, Signet Jewelers announced it plans to outsource its in-house credit portfolio.

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After more than 80 years, the Yellow Cab Co. of Cleveland is shutting down.

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Ohio is the focal point of this story from The Atlantic and CityLab.com about the "vicious cycle of the retail meltdown" — namely, that as brick-and-mortar stores close as internet retailers gain more traction, local governments lose much-needed tax revenues.

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PartsSource, a fast-growing medical parts supplier based in Aurora, announced it has been acquired by Boston private equity firm Great Hill Partners.
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