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Historic legacy

Posted by:admin on May 25, 2012

Three former employees of one of York County's most historic manufacturing names have their own small businesses, making products that are promoted on the county's factory tour circuit, local tourism officials said.

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It’s a small world

Posted by:admin on May 25, 2012

The vast majority of business establishments in the midstate employ fewer than 50 people and, for all five counties, the average portion of the private workforce employed by them is more than 42 percent, according to state figures from 2011.

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Cash rules everything around media: Sports Bar TV

Posted by:admin on May 25, 2012

If you go to a sports bar this Saturday night, there’s a better-than-average chance that there’s going to be a cover charge. Not because it’s Memorial Day weekend, or it’s the NBA playoffs. It’s because there’s UFC on this weekend, and that bar is (or should be) being charged thousands if they’re showing the fight.

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Judge confirms Lynch as Harrisburg’s new receiver

Posted by:admin on May 25, 2012

In her ruling to appoint retired U.S. Air Force Major Gen. William B. Lynch to the post of receiver, Commonwealth Court Judge Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter said it would be ideal to have someone with significant experience in municipal finance and bond deals. However, that's not necessary, she said.

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Small Business Week Video: From manual to modern

Posted by:admin on May 25, 2012

Krisha Martzall learned to shoot photos and develop film the old-fashioned way. Her photography business in Lancaster has benefitted from her manual shooting-based style, but she misses some parts of developing film as she works in a digital world.

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