Forbes spoke with VentureOhio’s Falon Donohue and Mark Kvamme about Ohio’s innovation and why the Midwest is on the cusp of becoming the next Silicon Valley.

Ohio placed in the top 3 for Site Selection magazine’s annual ranking of state business climates.

According to The Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurship, Columbus, Ohio, is the fastest-growing city in the country for startup activity.

Forbes explains why Cleveland is America’s hottest city.

The University of Dayton announced the winners of the first part of its annual business pitch competition.

TrendShift, LLC acquired Health Data Intelligence, LLC, a SaaS-based healthcare analytics and population health management company based in Columbus, serving employers, benefit advisors, medical managers and payers.

Cincinnati took center stage at Techstars’ 2016 Foundercon last month.

FUEL Akron named its three finalists, who will compete for up to $10,000 each in investment and quick admittance to the city of Akron’s tech accelerator, the Bit Factory.

Root Insurance, a discount auto insurer from Columbus, uses data from customers’ smartphones to offer safe drivers discounts on premiums.

Less than a year after it was founded, Cincinnati’s Spatial.ai won a major deal with the Ford Motor Co.

The 2016 Cleveland Medical Hackathon has announced the winners of this year’s competition.