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Cincinnati Bell To Stay Downtown

Cincinnati Bell is staying downtown.

The Enquirer is reporting that Cincinnati Bell president and CEO Jack Cassidy has said for the first time that the company will not be moving its headquarters to Northern Kentucky.

Cincinnati Bell has about 3,000 employees, half of them work downtown.

However, there's not enough affordable space downtown for its growing call center operation which employees between 6 and 800 people.

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