PLAIN TWP. – Another Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant is open for business.
The location 6410 Market Ave. NW opened in mid-December. The restaurant is on the northeast corner of Market Avenue and Easton Street NE, next to a Pulp Juice and Smoothie Bar.
It's the sixth Chipotle location in Stark County and second in the North Canton area. The chain has more than 200 location across Ohio.
The newest location includes a drive-thru. Seating is limited as the location is focusing on pickup and drive-thru service, with orders coming online or through a mobile app.
Canton Business Machines purchased by Pennsylvania company
Doing Better Business, an office technology company based in Altoona, Pennsylvania, has purchased Canton Business Machines.
The deal aligns Canton Business Machines with a larger partner. Doing Better Business is family owned, with eight locations and more than 100 employees. The company operates in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.
Jim Spoerndle, president or Canton Business Machines, will continue to lead the local operation. Canton Business Machines has worked with the Doing Better Business branch in Boardman for several years, and the two companies agreed it was time to merge, said Joseph Dellaposta, chief operating office for Pennsylvania company.
Spoerndle said Doing Better Business can provide "best-in-class capabilities and services" to Canton Business Machines customers. The merged operations can provide additional services in document management and large format printing, he said.
Canton Business Machines has supplied office equipment to Northeast Ohio customers since 1961. Doing Better Business has operated since 1973.
Hall of Fame Resort seeks new CFO
Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Co. is searching for a new chief financial officer following the departure of Jason Krom.
The change was announced in mid-December in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. John Van Buiten has been hired as vice president of accounting and corporate controller of Hall of Fame Resort.
Krom's resignation was effective on Monday, while Van Buiten started that day.
According to the SEC filing, Krom left Hall of Fame Resort to pursue other interests. He did not resign as a result of any disagreement with the company. Plans are for Krom to provide consulting services over the next two months.
Hall of Fame Resort is developing the Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls. The $900 million development is a campus around the Pro Football Hall of Fame that will include retail operations, a hotel and water park. The company also has a media and gaming business segments.
Krom joined Hall of Fame Village in September 2019 as the the company was working on the merger with Gordon Pointe Acquisition that formed Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Co. Before joining Hall of Fame Village, Krom worked for Stanley Black & Decker, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Hershey Co., along with other companies.
Van Buiten worked for Financial Consulting Strategies since 2010, serving as senior director of accounting and financial reporting, along with being CFO for Enveric Biosciences.
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