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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.

Who will move mobile wallets from novelty to necessity?

It was an early sign of trouble for Apple Pay: Cashiers staring in curiosity as I waved my iPhone in front of credit-card readers.

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Why boomers will drive the midstate's startup economy

Tim Nippes is not the kind of entrepreneur you expect to find in a sunny, second-floor office along Lancaster's Gallery Row. But he is, in fact, the kind of person most likely to be starting a business.

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Is it time to vote yet?

This is my seventh presidential campaign as a journalist. Normally it is a thrilling season, especially in a place like Pennsylvania, a prize that candidates can't stop fighting over despite the state's Democratic tilt over the last six presidential...

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Mixing art and business for maximum effect

Freiman Stoltzfus perked up when Tom Ellis popped into his art gallery in downtown Lancaster in February and began sharing his vision.

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For warehouses, a question of why, not just where

It's clear to anyone who drives along Interstate 83: Warehouses are cropping up all over former farmland in northern York County.

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Why you'll begin paying even more attention to workplace safety

Workplace injuries threaten to hit more than your wallet next year. They may hit your reputation.

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The reality is augmented, the liability is real

'Pokemon Go' offers unlikely boost for businesses, but proceed with caution
 

Squirtle submitted a grant application to the Lancaster County Community Foundation.

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Hershey history: Deal-breaker or sweet nothing?

Hershey bills itself as the sweetest place on earth, but sometimes it seems like the strangest.

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Appell's legacy lives on in a successful York

The beginning of Roger DuPuis' Central Penn Business Journal's story on Louis Appell's death last month was spot on.

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Look back in shock

Your stock portfolio will be the first casualty of the United Kingdom's historic vote to leave the European Union, but not the last.

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