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Collection of Harrisburg development loans improving

By Jason Scott | June 25, 2012

Collections on delinquent economic development loans are up about 28 percent, but Harrisburg still has about $988,000 in outstanding funds, said Jack Robinson, director of the city’s Department of Building and Housing Development.

 

Rite Aid shareholder resolutions defeated at meeting

By Tim Stuhldreher | June 22, 2012

Four shareholder resolutions proposing reforms to Rite Aid Corp.’s corporate governance were defeated at the pharmacy company’s annual meeting Thursday afternoon.

 

Ross producing 1.3M Rubbermaid nanotech plungers

By Jim T. Ryan | June 21, 2012

It’s no secret that successful commercialization of a product can take years, but that process is worth it when a company like Rubbermaid adopts your nanotechnology for its latest plunger.

Number of the week

$663,071 worth of U.S. flags were exported in 2011. Mexico was the top customer,

buying $80,349 worth.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau’s Foreign Trade Statistics

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