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AOL co-founder to offer $100K in

AOL co-founder to offer $100K in "Rise of the Rest" tour stop in Central Pa.

Innovative midstate entrepreneurs will have a chance this fall to make a pitch for a $100,000 investment from an iconic investor who co-founded AOL.

Carlisle Chick-fil-A opening date set

A mid-summer opening is expected for the midstate's latest Chick-fil-A location, the company's website is announcing.

Former IT staffer at Camp David starts cyber security business in Central Pa.

A Google search for cyber crime images yields hundreds of takes on roughly the same visual: a person in a black, hooded sweatshirt lurking behind a...

United Way of Lancaster elects McNees attorney to lead board

Attorney Kathy Granbois will lead the United Way of Lancaster County's board of directors for the next two years.

Pa. Health Secretary leaving for Geisinger role

Pa. Health Secretary leaving for Geisinger role

A month after she announced her departure for the private sector, we now know where state Health Secretary Karen Murphy is going.

APR Supply buys seller of car-care products

Lebanon-based APR Supply Co. has bought a company that sells car-care products and moved its operations to an APR branch in Hampden Township,...

Forum highlights benefits of hiring people with disabilities

Business leaders say it's good for bottom line

Hiring people with disabilities isn't just something a company can do to feel good about itself.

Could PinnacleHealth purchase bring new vistas for four midstate hospitals?

It's one of the biggest national health care stories, and four midstate hospitals are part of the action.

Manufacturers share industry expectations

Manufacturers share industry expectations

By CPBJ staff

Manufacturers remain optimistic about the future, though their expectations are somewhat lower than they were earlier in the year, according to the...

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Manufacturing

Manufacturers share industry expectations

Manufacturers remain optimistic about the future, though their expectations are somewhat lower than they were earlier in the year, according to the...

Construction

Q2: Construction companies foresee growth in projects, employment

Pipelines are filling up at construction companies in Central Pennsylvania, according to the CPBJ Construction Activity Index.

Small Business

Small Business Week: What do business owners see on the horizon?

As they celebrate Small Business Week along with peers around the country, a majority of small-business owners in Central Pennsylvania are...

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