Gung Ho Bikes takes over location in Seven Valleys
Owner Penny Zech hopes the new Gung Ho Bikes location will bring a lot of things to the Heritage Rail Trail in Seven Valleys.
Giant to fill pet prescriptions
Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets announced Friday that it will begin to fill prescription needs for pet owners, according to a release from the company.
Pep Boys terminates proposed merger with Gores Group
Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack, the Philadelphia-based auto parts chain, said it agreed to terminate its proposed merger with Gores Group L.L.C.
Obama’s health care aid to small firms disappoints
A health insurance tax credit for small businesses, part of President Barack Obama's health care law that gets strong support in public opinion polls, has turned out to be a disappointment.
Gaining savings and productivity from smaller offices
Ever since the economy started to slow down about five years ago, companies have been looking for ways to reduce their office space costs. One option that has become more popular is reconfiguring the office to fit the same number of workers in a smaller space, and either subleasing the leftover square footage or returning it to the landlord.
Dewey hopes to resolve bankruptcy quickly
As Dewey & LeBoeuf began its bankruptcy proceedings on Tuesday, its advisers said their aim was to speed the failed law firm through Chapter 11.
Investors bet on Facebook fall
Facebook Inc. shares slid an additional 9.6 percent Tuesday, as options trading began and investors placed largely negative bets on the stock's future.
$26M available to manufacturers in federal grant competition
The Obama administration is making $26 million worth of competitive grants available to manufacturers as part of a cross-agency program called the Advanced Manufacturing Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge.Read More »
Rite Aid board elects president, CEO as chairman
Cumberland County-based Rite Aid Corp.'s board of directors has elected the company's president and CEO, John T. Standley, as board chairman, according to a news release.Read More »
How to reduce the ‘money pit’ effect
Last week I talked about how not every dollar sunk into our properties will come back out at the resale, despite our best hopes and positive thinking. In that column I also made reference to the types of remodel work that may lead to a better resale. Here’s some specifics:Read More »
LG Health opens Ephrata Urgent Care center
After an open house Saturday, Lancaster General Health's newest outpatient clinic opened for business today.Read More »
Central Pa. foreclosure rates up in March
The Lebanon area saw the biggest jump in residential mortgage foreclosures and 90-day delinquencies between March 2011 and March 2012, according to California-based real estate research firm CoreLogic.Read More »
Move forward, backward and side-to-side
While many childhood obesity reports and studies have surfaced during the past year, few organizations have proposed concrete...Read More »
More ways to eat on the cheap
Need more money saving tips for eating out on a budget? Check out these deals to keep more money in your pocket when you eat out. If your...Read More »
Business: JPMorgan dips into cookie jar to offset ‘London Whale’ losses
JPMorgan Chase & Co has sold an estimated $25 billion of profitable securities in an effort to prop up earnings after suffering trading losses tied to the bank's now-infamous "London Whale," compounding the cost of those trades. Continue reading