A Tale of Two Cities | Columbus and Indianapolis

A few months ago, we published a blog about the population within 500 miles of select metropolitan areas (Click here for blog). We found Columbus to be ranked #1 in terms of population within 500 miles at 145,445,780 people, thus outranking cities like Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, etc. Another city worth mentioning is Indianapolis; this city ranked 10th on our list with 124,442,567. Not...
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Ohio Has Room for Improvement on INC 5000 List

As part of our work to better understand the economic growth of Ohio, Three Scale has analyzed the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the US to see how the state stacks up in comparison to rest of the nation. Each year, Inc. Magazine releases the “Inc. 5000 List” which ranks the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in the US. The Inc. 5000 list is ranked...
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The Cost of Trading: Gobal Tariffs

The Three Scale tax map series has covered income tax, sales tax, property tax, estate tax and corporate tax. This week we take a look at global “tariffs” or “trade tariffs”. These are taxes on imports and exports to a country, and can range from very low to very high, depending on the country and the item being imported and or exported. Businesses that engage in trade, have global offices, or...
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