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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Sales of new vehicles in the Mahoning Valley rose slightly in January as dealers sold 2,343 new cars and trucks, a 1.8% increase over January 2014, the Automobile Dealers Association of Eastern Ohio reported Monday.
Combined sales of new and used vehicles rose 1.3% last month over a year earlier with 5,250 new and used cars and trucks leaving dealer showrooms and lots in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties.
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Troubled Aerodynamics Inc. owner Scott Beale, having already resigned his executive positions with the carrier, will sell his interest in the company as well, the company stated in its response to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s show cause order.
The carrier also said in the filing that it has added three members to its boards in addition to its newly hired president, CEO and chairman, industry veteran Darrell Richardson.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Anthem Inc., the nation’s second largest health insurer, is notifying companies and individual customers that its security systems have been hacked in what the company calls “a very sophisticated external cyber attack.”
The database contained personal information for 80 million Anthem current and past customers and its employees, according to published reports. As of Dec. 31, Anthem had 37.5 million medical members.
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing announced Wednesday that RTI International Metals Inc. has become the industry, academic and government consortium’s newest member.
CCAM brings together manufacturers, Virginia’s top universities, and the NASA Langley Research Center. As a principal industry member, RTI will participate in generic research at CCAM’s state-of-the-art facility in Prince George County.