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Kindred Healthcare Expanding Corporate Headquarters In Louisville, KY

Company plans to build six-story building on Theatre Square and create 500 new jobs. Once it completes a merger with Atlanta-based Gentiva Health Services Inc., Kindred will become one of the largest health care companies in the U.S.

Against The Grain Building New Brewery In West Louisville, KY

The new facility will increase production to service draft and bottle sales in Louisville and all of Kentucky by 150 percent, as well as improve national and global sales by 250 percent.

Constellium-UACJ Break Ground In Bowling Green, KY

Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.

eBay Enterprise Expanding In Walton, KY

Leading e-commerce provider to invest $52 million in Kentucky; will add more than 300 jobs.

Creative Lodging Solutions LLC To Add 120 Jobs In Lexington, KY

National lodging services company to expand headquarters, invest $5.5 million in the project and nearly double its workforce in the next four years.

$150 Million Aluminum Facility Coming To Bowling Green, KY; Creating 80 Jobs

Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.

Louisville, KY Getting More eBay

eBay Enterprise, an eBay Inc. company, plans to expand operations in Louisville, creating more than 150 new, full-time jobs and investing up to $45 million in the Commonwealth.

Imperium Health Management To Establish Headquarters In Louisville, KY

Health care management company to invest more than $1.3 million in the Commonwealth.

Southern Air Relocates To Northern Kentucky

Global airline relocates headquarters to Kentucky, creates up to 150 jobs.

Kobe Aluminum In Bowling Green, KY Breaks Ground On Second Expansion

Japanese-owned automotive supplier to invest an additional $66 million in the state; company will add 100 jobs.

Kemmerich USA To Establish Manufacturing Operations In Kentucky

German-based automotive supplier to locate U.S. headquarters in Murray; will invest more than $12 million and create 120 jobs.

Lexington, KY To Welcome Bingham McCutchen LLP

The transition of administrative functions to Bingham’s new center in Lexington is scheduled to begin in April 2013 and continue through the spring of 2014. Sep 24, 2012 @ 10:08 AM

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