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Poll Question of the Week:

Has the state’s JobGateway helped your company in hiring?

CPBJ Extra Blog

Office conversions a small piece, but part of the conversation

There isn't a week — at least a month — that goes by where I don't...

Fast Forward with Hope

'Experimenting' on customers is all part of business

As if we needed another reason to “unlike” Facebook, it gave us...

Main Dish with Erica

Open your dining possibilities with OpenTable

Here's some food for thought. Why is it so annoying to call and make a dinner...

Real estate with Jeff

Life at the top – of the market, that is

Every industry has its season — try making your way through the mall in...

Business Events

2014 Health Care Symposium
Friday, July 25, 2014
Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014
CPBJ Business Event
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Forty Under 40 Awards 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
Business of the Year Awards 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
CPBJ Business Event
Thursday, December 4, 2014

Special Editions

Top 100 Private Companies 2013

Top 100 Private Companies 2013

Health Care Report 2014

Health Care Report 2014

Women of Influence 2014

Women of Influence 2014
For many accomplished women, their secret is to not set any limits. All across the midstate, women have repeatedly shattered the proverbial glass ceiling and made a great impact on both our business landscape and their communities. That's why we're honoring 28 female leaders in the region as our Women of Influence. Through their career accomplishments, leadership, vision, community service and mentoring, they have demonstrated that no limitations will stand in the way of success.

Dauphin-Cumberland Business Report 2014

Dauphin-Cumberland Business Report 2014
With the capital city being part of the Dauphin/Cumberland region, it creates a unique economy. But even more interesting is the economic effect of the Susquehanna River. While Harrisburg originated as a trading post whose livelihood relied on the river for transportation, today the river attracts housing, restaurants and many other businesses — from those on City Island to Three Mile Island, which draws on the water supply to produce nuclear power.

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