Two Central Pennsylvania juice companies have merged, hoping that a blended approach will help them reach more people interested in locally sourced and all-natural juice products.
After whittling down its inventory and closing its stores at the end of August, a midstate home furniture chain officially filed for bankruptcy last month.
Manufacturers throughout Central Pennsylvania came out to celebrate making things from animal feed to circuit boards during a Mantec event Friday at Wyndridge Farm in York Township.
The average worker at Crescent Industries Inc. is 53 years old. That fact is not lost on leaders of the New Freedom-based plastic fabrication company. As large numbers of factory workers near retirement, Crescent and other manufacturing employers are reaching out to a new generation.In a concerted effort to help combat the so-called “silver tsunami” of […]
A law firm accountant from Harrisburg has pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge related to his past employment with a defunct Cumberland County biodiesel firm.
The mega warehouse trend is showing no signs of slowing down as industrial tenants continue to snap up big boxes in Central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley to expand their distribution reach along the East Coast.
An Italian maker of industrial hydraulic valves has taken up permanent residence in the U.S. with the recent purchase of a factory property in Manchester Township.
Organizers are postponing a technology -related summit designed to showcase innovation in York County.
A federal court in Connecticut determined earlier this month that a company erred when it denied employment to an applicant who uses medical marijuana and failed a drug test, a ruling that Pennsylvania companies should heed, an attorney noted.
Alex Bazdar is ready to rock the West Shore.
The Keystone Contractors Association is following a multifaceted approach to a challenge its top executive hears about often when it comes to the construction workforce: the negative effects of drug abuse, particularly of prescription opioids.
On Sept. 17, the 50 fastest growing companies in Central Pennsylvania were recognized during the Central Penn Business Journal's annual awards event.