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premium content Members 1st eyes move of HQ

Hoping to bring its corporate staff under one roof, Members 1st Federal Credit Union has identified a roughly 23-acre property in Hampden Township...

premium content New High Companies CFO embraces challenge

Karen Biondolillo was a public accountant for years but her time as a financial analyst at Black & Decker convinced her that she needed to lead...

premium content PSECU program aims to spur savings

Pennsylvania's largest credit union, PSECU, has launched a new debit card rewards program.

Guest view: What is the best bank account for your business?

Since small businesses are not “one size fits all,” it makes sense that the banking solutions available to them are not either.

Guest view: Vexed by volatility? Blame biology, not physics

The stock markets have recovered of late, gaining back at least some of the losses from 2018 in a way that by now has become a familiar for investors.

premium content S&T exec sees no downturn this year, but 'mini-recession' could be coming

Right now, we're all just waiting for the music to stop on economic growth and bracing for the next recession, according to the head of an Indiana...

premium content Dodik joins Pennian Bank as market exec

Dragan Dodik has joined Pennian Bank as senior vice president and market executive in the Harrisburg area.

premium content Riverview closes two offices

Riverview Financial Corp. recently closed the doors of two branch offices in western Pennsylvania, while opening the door to a limited purpose office...

premium content Donor dip? Local giving steady under new tax law

As tax season cranks up, nonprofits across the region are assessing the impact on donor giving of the federal tax overhaul that took effect at the...

premium content State crafts policy to tax online sales

Court ruling changes landscape for business

Pennsylvania stands to gain “tens of millions” more in taxes once the state's new guidelines for collecting online sales taxes take full...

Guest view: Six tax-reform considerations for 2019 and beyond

The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017 ushered in significant changes to the U.S. tax code. From new tax deductions to accounting...

premium content SBA loan concerns linger after government reopens

The reopening of the federal government is good news for small-business owners who have been adversely affected by the closure of the U.S. Small...

premium content Rite Aid shareholders to weigh reverse stock split

Hoping to remedy its ailing stock price and comply with stock-exchange rules, Cumberland County-based Rite Aid Corp. is planning a special...

premium content In volatile market, advisers brace for questions

As quarterly statements hit mailboxes this month, financial advisers will learn how well they have educated their investment clients.

premium content Grants to nurture new ways of getting around

Two communities in Central Pennsylvania and one in Lehigh Valley won grant funding in the latest round of grant awards through a state program...

premium content Mid Penn Bank promotes two execs

Mid Penn Bank has made two executive promotions following recent mergers.

Guest view: 2019 will be good for home buyers, sellers

Years ago, when I was running marathons my method was straightforward: run at a good pace all the way through and get a decent time. Then I read...

premium content Centric Bank names chief risk officer

Centric Bank has appointed Kimberly Turner to serve as its senior vice president and chief risk officer, overseeing risk management and...

premium content Riverview Financial names new COO

Riverview Financial Corp., the holding company of Riverview Bank, has named Ginger G. Kunkel as its COO.

$1.2M offer from Maryland business owner is enough to buy Hauser Estate

Auction yields no other bids for bankrupt winery and cidermaking operation
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