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Harrisburg officials act on incremental steps to accelerate battle against blight

Harrisburg officials act on incremental steps to accelerate battle against blight

By Jason Scott

The stage is set — well, almost — for economic development to take off in Harrisburg. Full Story »»

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Rite Aid names new VP, CFO

Rite Aid Corp. named Darren Karst, a longtime retail finance executive, as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective Aug. 20. Read More »»

Pennsylvania start-up businesses have new help in raising capital

The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities has a new resource for start-up businesses looking to raise capital. Read More »»

Keystone Custom Homes debuts communities in Dauphin, Berks counties

Keystone Custom Homes Inc. today announced two new communities, Charleston Ridings in Dauphin County and Timberlake in Berks County. Read More »»

Health Care Symposium takeaway: Change is constant

Change is the one constant in health care today, speakers said at the Business Journal's annual symposium. Read More »»

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A little bite of Venezuela in Harrisburg

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Rep. Lou Barletta says new workforce development bill can help

Rep. Lou Barletta says new workforce development bill can help

By John Hilton

U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-11th, said the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, signed into law this week by President Barack Obama, can aid Pennsylvania businesses. Full Story »»

Behind the List with Jill Rebuck

premium contentBehind the List with Jill Rebuck

By Jennifer A. Fitch, Contributing writer

Jill Rebuck is owner of Jill’s Personal Touch Cleaning Service. The Dauphin County-based commercial cleaning company is home-based, with Rebuck spending more than 75 percent of her time on the road interacting with clients. Full Story »»

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Business Profiles 2014
As Babe Ruth once said, “Never let the fear of striking out get in your way.” That’s true for baseball, and it’s true for business, especially for the 44 companies featured in this publication. Whether they have more than a century of business under their belts or just a few years, these companies are all stars. Armed with winning business plans, dedicated teammates and a love for the game, they are simply worth watching (and reading about).

ABC Excellence in Construction Awards 2014

ABC Excellence in Construction Awards 2014
The Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) holds the annual Excellence in Construction Awards program for its contractor members. Winners join the ranks of hundreds of companies recognized as “the best of the best” in the construction industry. Now in its 25th year, the competition creates a greater awareness of the quality workmanship produced by free enterprise contractors right here in Central Pennsylvania.

Business Lending Guide 2014

Business Lending Guide 2014

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Top 100 Private Companies 2013

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