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Credit unions, state teach hundreds of former inmates about budgeting

Credit unions, state teach hundreds of former inmates about budgeting

Several state agencies and a bevy of Pennsylvania credit unions partnered this weekend to hold five simultaneous financial reality fairs for people...

Look inside a medical marijuana growing facility

Green Leaf Medical LLC is growing several thousand plants near Frederick, Maryland

Green Leaf Medical LLC is one of the first companies to grow medical marijuana in Maryland. The Central Penn Business Journal toured the facility in...

Vineyard partner becomes 'CEO for a day' at Harrisburg-area developer

Job swap continues Thursday with Ralph Vartan as "Merlot Mike"

Mike Wilson didn't exactly paint the town purple — or even a shade of merlot — as he swapped jobs for the day on Monday with Ralph...

Harrisburg-area business owners swapping jobs for a day

Ever wonder what it's like to wear a purple suit and market a growing winery/brewery? How about plan a major mixed-use construction project in the...

York County woman's medical venture is

York County woman's medical venture is "Rise of the Rest" winner

A York County businesswoman who created a software tool that identifies problems with medical devices rose above all of the others in “Rise of...

Tale of the tape: Latest FDIC stats show how banks stack up

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. recently released its annual report showing what portion of the market's deposits were held by area banks as of...

Lancaster's Aspire Ventures hosts AOL founder during 'Rise of the Rest' tour

Downtown tech firm one of several stops in day-long event

Step inside the booth, fully clothed, and it can help pinpoint the cause of musculoskeletal pain.

Camp Hill bankers bank plans $17M merger

Camp Hill-based Atlantic Community Bancshares Inc. hopes to absorb a New England company in a planned $17 million transaction.

Wolf still betting on the farm show to patch budget

Wolf still betting on the farm show to patch budget

In February, Gov. Tom Wolf planted a seed for new state revenue: He proposed a $200 million lease-leaseback of the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and...

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