November, 2014

Delaware Global Startup Battle winner seeks online votes as deadline approaches

The clock is ticking on voting for the winning Delaware entry in the Global Startup Battle. Kiersten Jones Schwendeman, an […]

Managing multicultural dispersed workforce topic of Outside-In series

The  Outside-In  Talent Seminar Series next month will feature the topic, Engaging a Multicultural Dispersed Workforce. The .presenter is John […]


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Kendle named Synchrogenix  CEO Synchrogenix Information Strategies Inc., a regulatory writing company headquartered in Wilmington,  announced the appointment of Kelley Kendle […]


Women entrepreneurs finish one, two, three in Start Up Battle

Three members  of the Remarkable Entrepreneurs Community,  Kiersten Jones, Tanya Whye and Laura Kraman, took home the  top three spots […]

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Outdoor ice rink coming to Wilmington riverfront in December

6The Wilmington riverfront will see the opening of an outdoor ice skating rink next month. The Riverfront Development Corporation of […]


(Video) Ground broken on Town of Whitehall

Town of Whitehall founders  broke ground this month on its first homes. Whitehall will include seven neighborhoods, with this phase […]


Standard Register plant purchased by Delmarva Power

The former Standard Register facility in the Northwood Industrial Park in Salisbury, Md.  has been purchased by Delmarva Power. John […]

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Frontier commits to Florida service in fall of ’15

Frontier Airlines will offer service in the fall  of 2015 to at least one Florida city from New Castle Airport […]

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Snow to complicate busy travel period

The two to four inches of snow predicted for  northern Delaware has been downgraded to one to two inches with no snow […]


Check out the Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2014 Business Bulletin

Delaware saw total employment finally reach the pre-recession level in October as the state’s jobless rate stayed above  six percent. […]