Tuesday, November 26, 1996

Business stories
in today's Enquirer

Nineteen additional Cincinnati police officers could be hired next year and 34 extra firefighters over two years under an ''interim'' 1997-1998 budget outlined Monday by City Manager John Shirey.
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Jerry Springer and Sally Jessy Raphael are about to become siblings of Hercules and Xena: Warrior Princess. After more than a month of speculation, Gannett Co. Inc. Monday confirmed that it is selling essentially all of talk-show syndicator Multimedia Entertainment to MCA Inc.'s television group.
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Procter & Gamble Co. Monday announced a one-two combination that gives the Cincinnati manufacturer a quick entry into the $500 million U.S. market for treating stomach ulcers with drugs.
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Hamilton County's working poor received good news in their fight for child-care funding Monday. Local business leaders appealed to Gov. George Voinovich on their behalf, and the governor said he was exploring ways to help them.
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A year and a half after losing LensCrafters as its top client, Media That Works (MTW) rebounded Monday by winning a $30 million media-buying account with the second-biggest spender in the optical business behind LensCrafters.
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CARROLLTON - Finally, some good news for Kentucky's tobacco growers. Burley tobacco markets opened here and across the eight-state burley belt Monday - which includes Kentucky and Ohio - with some of the highest per-pound prices in years.
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