The Business Side

Spotlighting issues affecting the bottom line in Central Kentucky.

The Business Side Of An Educated Workforce

Apr 13, 2015
Center for Economic and Business Research

Chris Bollinger with the UK Gatton School’s Center For Business and Economic Research is back to talk about a new study that illustrates the importance of education when it comes to quality of life issues.

The Business Side Of Keeneland's Spring Meet

Mar 30, 2015

Keeneland's Spring meet gets under way this Friday.  Keeneland President Bill Thomason talks about some important changes the track has undertaken recently as it prepares to host the Breeders' Cup this fall.

The Business Side Of Saving The Old Courthouse

Mar 23, 2015
Lexington PVA

This week we talk with Jeff Fugate, COO of the Lexington Downtown Development Authority about a structural and financial study of the old Fayette County Courthouse which has been shuttered for nearly three years.

The Business Side Of The Boys Sweet 16 In Lexington

Mar 17, 2015
Kentucky High School Athletics Association

In this special edition of the Business Side we discuss the difficulty in assessing the economic impact of Lexington's hosting the KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Tournament at Rupp Arena, and the Big Blue invasion about to take over Louisville.  Mark Green is the editor of the Lane Report business magazine.

The Business Side Of More Beds At UK Hospital

Mar 2, 2015
UK HealthCare

This week we discuss the decision by the state to allow UK Chandler Hospital to add some 120 patient beds to its facility.  Lane Report editor Mark Green explains the rationale for the move.

The Business Side Of Snow Days

Feb 23, 2015
Associated Press

This week we talk with Mark Green, editor of the Lane Report business magazine about the economic ramifications of snow days, plus WalMart's announced minimum wage hike.

Lane Report

This week on the Business Side we discuss UK's recent Economic Outlook Conference with Lane Report Editor Mark Green.

Economic Priorities Differ Greatly Between Ky. House & Senate

Jan 19, 2015
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With the clock already ticking on the short thirty day legislative session, what can we reasonably expect in the way of compromise on major bills, especially given the different economic priorities between the Democratically-controlled House and the Republican-dominated Senate?   We put that question to Mark Green, editor of the Lane Report Business Magazine.