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Executive stock trades: Harsco CEO leads the way with nearly $400K purchase

Executive stock trades: Harsco CEO leads the way with nearly $400K purchase

Harsco Corp.'s president and CEO, F. Nicholas Grasberger III, purchased 25,000 shares of company stock this week, totaling nearly $394,000, according...

New hotel tax payments proposed in Lebanon County

The Lebanon County Board of Commissioners has proposed how to spend about a quarter of a million annual dollars generated from its hotel tax.

Green Ridge Village completes second phase of $10 million renovation

Presbyterian Senior Living announced this week that it has completed the second phase of renovation at its Green Ridge Village retirement community...

State unemployment up slightly in January; nonfarm jobs up over the year

Pennsylvania shed 3,500 seasonally adjusted nonfarm jobs in January compared to December, but jobs were still up 62,400 over the year, according to...

RBS cuts, pullback could have long-ranging effects

CPBJ Extra Blog: RBS cuts, pullback could have long-ranging effects

Investment banking in the United States and around the world took a hit this week when Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC said it would be pulling back...

FDA approves first copy of a biotech drug

Source: WSJ.com

The Food and Drug Administration approved the first copy of a biotechnology drug for the U.S. market, firing the starting gun on a new industry that...

Lancaster Chamber to host Women in Business Negotiating Series

The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry will host a three-part Women in Business Negotiating Series between March and May.

Capital BlueCross ranks third in Training's Top 125

Capital BlueCross has again ranked third on Training magazine's annual list of the Top 125 companies for employee training.

New Norfolk Southern CEO promises to beat shareholder expectations

New Norfolk Southern CEO promises to beat shareholder expectations

Norfolk Southern Corp. announced this week that James A. Squires will succeed Charles W. “Wick” Moorman as CEO.

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