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Aug 15, 2017

Anne Deeter Gallaher: Honing in on your transferable skills

Anne Deeter Gallaher started her own business at age 40.

Aug 14, 2017

How to get employees to ‘stick around’

Dan Schwab remembers when he and his brother, Michael, not only knew every person at their company by name but could also rattle off the names of their spouses and kids.

Aug 14, 2017

Tech: Lancaster County offers pros and cons for employee recruitment

When leaders at digital marketing company Listrak started scoping out sites for their new headquarters, CEO Ross Kramer knew two things from the start: The company needed to stay near Lititz, and all of its people needed to be under one roof.

Aug 14, 2017

VisionCorps to close Leola-area operations

VisionCorps plans to shutter its West Earl Township facility, with officials for the nonprofit saying their building there does not meet the organization's needs.

Aug 14, 2017

Homebuilders try to ramp up staff to satisfy buyer demand

Strong buyer demand has put a strain on the available supply of homes in Central Pennsylvania, which has fueled greater competition and driven up home prices but also catapulted homebuilding activity to new heights.

Aug 14, 2017

Glatfelter: Exercising skills, hard and soft

A half-mile paved macadam walking track encircles the York Township offices of Glatfelter Insurance Group, while treadmills and other on-site exercise facilities are easy to find inside the company's 120,000-square-foot headquarters.

Aug 14, 2017

At Cargas, a culture of shared capitalism

While Beatlemania rocked the world, a man landed on the moon and business boomed for the Big Three U.S. automakers, the early seeds of Cargas Systems' company culture took root in Chip Cargas' mind.

Aug 14, 2017

Contractors focus on HR growth, specialized approaches, geographic expansion

Many of Central Pennsylvania's biggest general contractors saw revenue rise in 2016, much as it has for the past few years as the economy regained its footing.

Aug 14, 2017

Stewart Group nearly nabs top spot

A longtime family-led company in York that operates in many of the industries represented on the Business Journal's annual Top 100/250 private companies list filed combined revenue figures for the first time and nearly topped this year's list.

Aug 14, 2017

Attention commuters: Lighting up could cost you

Harrisburg's main bus hub has been declared a no-smoking zone, with violators facing a $50 fine.

Aug 14, 2017

State, credit unions to partner on more financial reality fairs for former inmates

After a successful pilot in Harrisburg earlier this year, Pennsylvania credit unions and state agencies plan to partner on more events meant to teach finance skills to former inmates.

Aug 14, 2017

York County business owner Stan Brown called a “patriarch,” and a savvy businessman

A well-known York County businessman has died.