Joe Roman

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At the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s annual meeting this week, the regional chamber of commerce outlined its goals for the next few years. The focus will be on the workforce and on development outside downtown.

Greater Cleveland Partnership CEO Joe Roman says his organization has been focused on real estate and the city’s public schools.

“The last five-to-seven years has probably seen as much improvement in many of those areas as the city has probably seen in the last three or four generations,” he said.

Cosgrove Will Step Down as Head of the Cleveland Clinic

May 1, 2017

Cleveland Clinic president and CEO Toby Cosgrove announced today that he is stepping down. After almost 13 years as head of one of the world’s largest health care institutions, Dr. Cosgrove says he will begin transitioning out of the position but is expected to continue in an advisory role. Cleveland Clinic officials plan to pick a successor before the end of the year.

What's Next for Cleveland After the RNC?

Aug 17, 2016
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  It's been nearly a month since more than 50,000 people came to Cleveland for the Republican National Convention. The Host Committee says it was a huge success. 


RNC host committee officials say partnerships between private and public sectors made the convention a triumph. Speaking at a Crain's Cleveland business event last night, Host Committee Vice President Joe Roman said the negative perception of Cleveland changed to a positive one for visitors and residents.