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Middletown approves 50-year water, sewer lease with United Water

Source: The (Harrisburg) Patriot-News

Middletown officials have approved an agreement that will lease out its water and sewer systems to a partnership of private companies for 50 years. Full Story »»

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EBay to split off PayPal

Source: Bloomberg

EBay Inc., the world’s biggest online marketplace, said it would split off its payments arm PayPal, finally bowing to pressure from activist... Read More »»

What Apple and Spotify still haven’t solved: Streaming doesn’t pay the bills

Source: The Washington Post

Streaming music has finally overtaken the CD in music sales. But can it be the new business model for the music industry? A new report from the... Read More »»

With acquisition, PNC set to enter IPO market

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

PNC Financial Services Group is getting into the business of advising companies that want to go public, capitalizing on the hot market for initial... Read More »»

Velocity incubator shows off startup capabilities in Allentown

Source: The (Allentown) Morning Call

Big companies such as Lehigh Gas Partners, Air Products and National Penn Bancshares have been the drivers of downtown Allentown's resurgence. Read More »»

Recent Morning Roundup News

Advocacy group seeks faster export approval

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Weis Markets beer cafe opens, focusing on local and regional beers

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Perfect Image Camera finds success being physical in a digital world

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

Loft apartments among Worthington's rental plans

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Columbia Gas parent to spin off pipeline operations

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Northampton Community College lands $10 million 'job-driven training' grant

Source: The (Allentown) Morning Call

Pennyslvania DEP admits drilling probe error

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As Macy's prepares to close, experts weigh in on West Manchester Town Center

Source: York Daily Record/Sunday News

Manufacturers here look to build younger workforce

Source: Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Metals lab brings job training to Hanover High School

Source: Central Penn Business Journal

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