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Shawe claims win in TransPerfect-related case in New York

Attorneys  for Philip Shawe, the Co-CEO of TransPerfect,  announced that he has successfully defeated a bid by fellow Co-CEO Elizabeth Elting to dismiss Shawe's claim in New York Supreme Court. This victory vindicates Shawe's position raised...

Gawthrop Greenwood has 3 attorneys on Best Lawyers list

 Gawthrop Greenwood, PC announced that several firm attorneys have been included in the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America.  Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in America list...

Delaware companies make the Inc. 5000

More than a dozen  Delaware companies in areas ranging from home remodeling to plumbing and heating were listed in this year’s version of the Inc. 5000. The list from the magazine ranks privately held company...

City Systems joins Long & Foster

City Systems, , a  boutique real estate company based in Wilmington, has merged with The Mottola Group of Long & Foster.  City Systems has experienced growth since transitioning from a real estate company that helped...

Better Business Bureau holding sessions on consumer scams

Better Business Bureau of Delaware (BBB)  announced, through its Education Foundation, a statewide program to educate Delawareans about fraud, scams and identity theft protection resources. Through a grant from M&T Bank, BBB staff is currently...

Eugene Young named president of metro Wilmington Urban League

Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League (MWUL) Chair  Patrice Gilliam-Johnson announced the selection of Eugene Young as the fourth President of the 17-year affiliate of the National Urban League (NUL). The Urban League is the oldest economic...

First of two job fairs for veterans coming on Tuesday

U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, and U.S. Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester will host two job fairs for veterans.  Both fairs are free and no registration is required for attendees. The first fair is...

Business licenses: Aug. 21, 2017

Editor's note: Business licenses are issued as a revenue-raising tool by the State of Delaware. Municipalities may also require business licenses.  ADVERTISING AGENCY EDIBLE DELMARVA LLC 29L ATLANTIC AVE # 205  OCEAN VIEW, DE 19970-9115 RETAILER EDMONDS LISA S CAPE TREASURE 113...

AstraZeneca, Merck get FDA OK for ovarian cancer drug

AstraZeneca and Merck & Co., Inc. announced that the US Food and Drug Administration has granted approval for Lynparza (olaparib) for some  types of ovarian cancer. Approvals were for: New use of Lynparza as a maintenance treatment for...

TV producer files suit against Punkin Chunkin, farm owner, TV network and state

A television producer, who was severely injured when a cannon misfired during last year’s Punkin Chunkin event, has filed suit in federal court in Wilmington. Suzanne Dakessian’s wide-ranging suit lists organizers of the event, the...

Gas prices drop a couple of pennies as U.S. oil production surges

Delaware gas prices dropped  two cents  in the past week as gasoline inventories increased and the price of crude dropped a bit, Wilmington-based AAA Mid-Atlantic reported.  Area refineries have experienced few operating problems during the summer...

Lewes utility’s battery back-up system in limbo as Russian ...

The  troubles of a company controlled by Russian oligarch are  throwing plans for an electric battery back-up system in Lewes into question.  McClatchy reported that Alevo Group and an affiliated company filed for bankruptcy protection.  Alevo, last...