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Entries for 2009

HORAN Named "Best Places to Work" in Greater Cincinnati

 November 30 2009
(Cincinnati, Ohio: November 30, 2009) HORAN announced that it has been named a "Best Place to Work" in Greater Cincinnati by the Cincinnati Business Courier for the first time in the "Medium Size" company category. This is also the first year HORAN was named a finalist. The winners were announced at the Greater Cincinnati Best Places to Work luncheon on November 11, 2009. "HORAN’s internal work...

Nathan Decker received the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber Rising Star award

 October 8 2009
As the business organization of influence, the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce exists to provide valuable services to their members, to advocate for a positive business environment, and to stimulate economic development. The Northeast Cincinnati Chamber 2009 Annual Dinner & Awards Extravaganza was held on Thursday, October 8th. Nathan Decker was awarded the 2009 Rising Star award...

HORAN Advisors named 2009 FIVE STAR Best in Client Satisfaction Wealth Manager

 October 1 2009
October’s Cincinnati Magazine featured the 2009 Five Star Independent Survey to find the best personal wealth managers in the Cincinnati area. Five Star surveyed consumers, financial service professionals and Cincinnati Magazine subscribers to find the best in client satisfaction wealth mangers in the Cincinnati area. On the surveys, recipients were asked to evaluate only wealth managers whom t...

HORAN selected as finalist in the 2009 Business Courier Greater Cincinnati's Best Places to Work

 September 11 2009
Join the Business Courier, and presenting sponsor Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, in congratulating this year's finalists of our seventh annual Greater Cincinnati's Best Places to Work program.

HORAN To Participate in CBA Cincinnati Employee Benefits Conference

 May 29 2009
View the program for the 22nd Annual Cincinnati Employee Benefits Conference.

Health Plan Has Few Takers

 April 9 2009
HAMILTON — A local initiative that offers affordable, basic health coverage to the uninsured could be a vital stop-gap for companies contemplating layoffs or reducing benefits, according to program administrators.

Health Insurance Takes Leap of Faith

 February 22 2009
Remember the scene in "Good Morning Vietnam" when Robin Williams confounds his commanding officer with a blizzard of acronyms? "Excuse me, sir," Williams' character Adrian Cronauer says. "Seeing as how the VP is such a VIP, shouldn't we keep the PC on the QT? Because if it leaks to the VC he could become a MIA, and then we'd all be put out on KP."