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Check out the following stories in this week’s edition of the Business Bulletin:
The former DuPont Performance Costings business spends $5 million with the goal to moving technologies to the marketplace.
A deal with Dole, still subject to final approval would keep the fruit giant’s operations at the Port of Wilmington for another 15 years.
The deadline is nearing on a program that offers free rent for a retailer setting up shop over the holiday shopping period.
Ellen Kullman of DuPont and Terri Kelly will give keynote speeches at October conference near Wilmington.
Delmarva TV station sells for $9 million.
Viewpoint: Delaware’s solar leadership comes at a price.
Newark Mayor Vance Funk moves up departure date to the end of Septemvber.
Brwyn Mawr, MidCoast bank merger called off.
New auto insurer comes to state.
Chesapeake Utilities beefs up staff as growth growth opportunities increase for gas utility.
Revenues up for Perryville, Md. casino.
Battle of the Bars to aid Newark’s K9 unit.
Record corn yield expected in the state.