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Joel Berg

About Joel Berg

Joel Berg is editor of the Central Penn Business Journal. Born in Philadelphia, raised in Northern Virginia and now living in York, he's a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and the University of Maryland. Have a question or story idea? Email him at joelb@cpbj.com. Follow him on Twitter, @JoelBYorkPa.

Winning Twitter, losing Congress

Back when Twitter, Facebook and other social media were still young, employers worried about their employees going rogue in ways that enraged customers or besmirched their corporate names.

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It's a case of health imitating sports

As their local hospitals change hands, patients in Central Pennsylvania may feel a familiar tug, especially if they love football.

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How to recharge the accounting profession

The CPA of the future is transcending gender, race and ethnicity, instilling accounting firms with a diversity of thought that broadens the scope of services available for clients competing in a fast-paced business environment.

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Why it's time to dust off those partnership docs

When you put the finishing touches on a partnership agreement, your thoughts turn to profits, not the potential for a fight.

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Business at the speed of Nascar

I will be among the millions watching the Daytona 500 this weekend, but I'm not one of those fans waiting for a crash. At least not a crash on the racetrack itself.

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Playing the small-business lottery

They may not know it, but many small-business owners share something in common with aspiring rock stars: They're pining for a break that brings them an audience bigger than they ever dreamed possible.

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For the love of a business

Barbara Costik grew up with Middletown Lumber Co., a business that has been in her family since her late father, Edward, bought it in 1955. She's not about to let it down.

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Entrepreneur carries on even when it's complicated

While some of his colleagues swooned over big data, Andrew Hacker plugged away at making data smarter.

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How to be an authentic leader

Through years of working for corporations and client companies and serving on the boards of nonprofits, I've observed various leadership styles.

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An insurer opts for radical transparency

The best business stories pull back the curtain on specific companies but also on specific industries. What happens when a company tries to tell the story itself?

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