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CHS: Data breach affected practices affiliated with Memorial Hospital

CHS: Data breach affected practices affiliated with Memorial Hospital

High names Armstrong exec to succeed Cooley as CEO

High names Armstrong exec to succeed Cooley as CEO

H.B. McClure wraps up Procter & Gamble facility near Shippensburg

H.B. McClure wraps up Procter & Gamble facility near Shippensburg

Business Journal Daily News

York-Hanover foreclosures down 28 percent

Mortgage foreclosure rates in June were down 15 percent or more for the year in the four local metropolitan areas, according to California-based CoreLogic Inc. Read More »»

Lebanon Valley College waiting on approval for new Harrisburg office

Lebanon Valley College is coming back to Harrisburg. Read More »»

Report: Obamacare's medical device tax collection program has problems

Lower-than-expected filings and revenue, erroneously assessed penalties and inability to identify manufacturers subject to the tax are among the reasons cited in a new report that says the IRS needs to improve its strategy on Obamacare's medical device excise tax. Read More »»

York Newspaper Co. facility for sale

The York Newspaper Co.'s headquarters is for sale for $3.5 million. Read More »»

Auto parts maker Federal-Mogul leases First Logistics Center

Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp., the Michigan-based manufacturer of automotive products, including Wagner brake components, ANCO wiper blades and Champion spark plugs, plans to move into the First Logistics Center @ I-83 in Manchester Township, company officials confirmed today. Read More »»

Housing report: Q2 cash sales up over last year

The percentage of all-cash home sales continues to rise both regionally and nationally, according to second-quarter data from California-based RealtyTrac Inc. Read More »»

Email, tweet to help in search for Dunkin' Donuts locations

The firm that has franchise rights to Dunkin' Donuts in several southcentral Pennsylvania counties is looking to open more shops. Read More »»

Hollywood Casino down big in July table game revenue

No casino in the state saw nearly the drain in table game revenue year-to-year for July than Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course, according to statistics released from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Read More »»

CHS: Data breach affected practices affiliated with Memorial Hospital

Physician practices affiliated with Memorial Hospital of York were affected by a data breach at the hospital's parent company, a company spokeswoman confirmed this morning. Read More »»

Demolition work restarts at IAC plant in Carlisle

Demolition of the former IAC plant in Carlisle resumed Monday after several weeks of inactivity. Read More »»

High names Armstrong exec to succeed Cooley as CEO

The High Companies said today that Michael F. Shirk will replace Nevin Cooley as CEO, effective Jan. 1, 2015. Read More »»

H.B. McClure wraps up Procter & Gamble facility near Shippensburg

Harrisburg-based mechanical contractor H.B. McClure Co., has wrapped up a $3.5 million contract to install piping throughout the 1.7 million-square-foot distribution facility for Procter & Gamble Co. near Shippensburg. Read More »»

Central Pa. airports, railroads get state funding

Two airports and three rail projects in Central Pennsylvania are going to receive state funding. Read More »»

WellSpan announces tobacco-free hiring policy

York-based WellSpan Health, the region's largest health care system, is joining several of its peers with a new policy of not hiring new employees who use tobacco or nicotine products. Read More »»

WellSpan creates fund at YCCF to support EMS regionalization

WellSpan Health and York County Community Foundation are working together on a new fund designed to encourage emergency medical services providers in York County "to work toward a more coordinated, regional EMS system that effectively meets the needs of York County communities." Read More »»

Midstate architectural firms crack top 300 list

East Pennsboro Township-based Gannett Fleming Inc., one of the midstate's largest private companies based on revenue, jumped 30 spots on Architectural Record's top 300 architecture firms list. Read More »»

State health department revamps environmental/drilling policy

The state Department of Health is changing how it handles responses to environmental health concerns and complaints specifically related to Marcellus Shale drilling. Read More »»

New Comfort Suites Carlisle owners plan 'total refresh' of hotel

When Hospitality Asset Management Co. Inc. of State College acquired Comfort Suites Carlisle in March, it began planning improvements. Read More »»

Pennsylvania unemployment rate ticks up for the first time in 2 years

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rose slightly in July, going up from 5.6 in June to 5.7 percent. Read More »»

Bad weather highlights PJM's market competitiveness

PJM Interconnection's wholesale electric energy and capacity markets produced competitive results for the first six months of the year, according to the report released by independent market monitor Monitoring Analytics LLC. Read More »»


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