IRS Launches New Effort Aimed at High-Income Non-Filers; 125,000 Cases Focused on High Earners, Including Millionaires, Who Failed to File Tax Returns with Financial Activity Topping $100 Billion


WASHINGTON — In the continuing effort to improve tax compliance and ensure fairness, the Internal Revenue Service announced a new effort today focused on high-income taxpayers who have failed to file federal income tax returns in more than 125,000 instances since 2017.Read full story

Brown Introduces Bill to Crack Down on Corporations Shrinking Products Without Lowering Prices


WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) introduced the Shrinkflation Prevention Act to crack down on corporations that raise costs on Americans by reducing the size of their products without also lowering prices.

“Americans are forced to pay for corporate stock buybacks and executive bonuses every time they go to the grocery store. Read full story

Ariel Corp Buyer Position Available


Ariel Corporation

Mount Vernon, Ohio


Are you an experienced procurement professional looking to grow your career with an amazing company?  Ariel is looking for a Buyer to join our team.  In this position, you would be responsible for supporting the procurement & purchasing process of raw materials and finished goods by working with both internal and external customers.Read full story

AG Yost Sues Akron Used-Car Dealership Seeking Reimbursement in Title Deception Cases


(AKRON, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is suing a used-car dealership and its owner for alleged violations of state consumer protection laws, including failure to deliver vehicle titles to dozens of customers.

The lawsuit, driven by 114 complaints to Yost’s office, names Shane Beers and SJ Motorworks, which Beers operated in Akron from April 2019 through May 2023.Read full story

Rare Disease Day USA | Last Day in February

Each year on the last day in February, Rare Disease Day brings awareness and education about rare diseases and the suffering they cause. 


A rare disease is defined differently in different parts of the world. In Europe, a rare disease is one that affects fewer than one in 2,000 people, and in the United States, the standard is 1 in 200,000.Read full story