The Cincinnati Enquirer
Wednesday, July 12, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 193
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GEAE TO BOOST DEVELOPMENT
GE Aircraft Engines is gearing up to spend more than $1 billion annually over the next three years on development and certification of its various engine programs.

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Business Headlines for  Wednesday, July 12, 2000

Retail village bringing 'best of the best'
        In a few weeks, the hard hats and shovels will be replaced by credit cards and shopping bags, but for now, Rookwood Commons in Norwood is still a retail project in development.

Angel fund eRhine Capital raises $1.5M for 3 firms
        A new Cincinnati venture capital fund closed this week on its first fund, but not before cutting its goals in half.

Industry notes: Retail
        Old Navy is undergoing expansion plans in a couple of places, as it builds out or moves stores in Kenwood and Hyde Park.

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