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How to navigate a business sale – as a buyer and seller

More than 10,300 businesses were sold in the U.S. in 2018 — an increase of 31.5% over the number of businesses sold in 2016, according to the BizBuySell Annual 2018 Insight Report. A stronger economy has resulted in more financially strong businesses, more financing options and more willing buyers and sellers. The silver tsunami of retiring baby boomers also fuels this trend.

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Oakwood Hills development officially opens

Rider Musser Development LLC, along with government officials and representatives of the college, were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the first phase of Oakwood Hills, a multi-phase mixed-use development located in Upper Allen Township.

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Pa. Senate bill legalizing cannabis strives to be business friendly

A new bill that would not only legalize recreational use of cannabis in Pennsylvania, but also ensure small business owners aren’t crowded out of the market by larger players, has been introduced in the state Senate. Senators Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery/Delaware, and Sharif Street, D-Philadelphia, co-sponsored Senate Bill 350 to end what they described as the state’s prohibition ...

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D&H Distributing kicks off new era in 101st year

D&H Distributing, a major provider of small-to-medium-sized business, education and consumer technologies in North America, and one of the largest privately-owned companies in the nation, formally opened its new headquarters in Lower Paxton Township Wednesday. The 101-year-old business, founded in Williamsport and headquartered on Seventh Street in Harrisburg for the past 67 years, is now ...

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D&H Distributing opens ‘Google of the East’ in Lower Paxton

Having a bright red, one-story, playground-quality corkscrew slide in your office doesn’t automatically qualify you as a progressive, forward-thinking workplace, but let’s be honest, it doesn’t hurt. That is one of the first things you’ll see if you walk into the building at 100 Tech Drive in Lower Paxton Township. Formerly home to Amp Inc., ...

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Non-Profit’s Fund for Women & Girls works with community organizations

It’s easy to underestimate the “Power of One,” and yet history is replete with stories of individuals who have made a long-lasting impact on society. Such is the case with Donald McCormick, Dauphin County resident and president of Dauphin Deposit Bank, who established The Greater Harrisburg Foundation in 1920 to support community members intent on making a meaningful impact.

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