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White House, 45 companies join to give food aid to poor

Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

The Obama administration has drafted some of the world's largest food and finance companies to invest more than $3 billion in projects aimed at helping the world's poorest farmers grow enough food to not only feed themselves and their families but to earn a livelihood as well.

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Hewlett-Packard to cut 30,000 jobs

Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

Hewlett-Packard’s chief executive, Meg Whitman, plans to cut 30,000 or more jobs next week, according to officials familiar with the plan. Her goal, they said Thursday, is to spend the money she saves on increasing the efficiency of the company’s sales force and on creating new products.

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Make a day of it (access required)

Posted by:Central Penn Parent Staff on May 18, 2012

The Maryland Zoo will host Brew at the Zoo on Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. The family-friendly event...

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Growing locally

Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

In the more than a year and a half since its founding, the midstate's Buy Local Coalition has grown rapidly as a way to increase the opportunities for local firms to network with each other to keep money circulating in the community.

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Conference addresses small cities’ futures

Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

Lancaster Mayor Rick Gray looked around the grand ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing, where academics, businesspeople and government officials were wrapping up a conference on the challenges facing smaller, older cities.

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Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

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OTC-5-18-Sec.-of-Transportation-Lunch

Posted by:admin on May 18, 2012

Pennsylvania Transportation Secretary Barry Schoch was the featured speaker at a public affairs luncheon hosted by the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce. Pictured from left, Ryan Allwein, Ruth Dietz, Tom Buzby, Schoch and Steve Fields. Photo/Submitted

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