Executive promotions at DuPont

  Effective Feb. 1, DuPont has named Karen A. Fletcher as its Chief Engineer and vice president of Engineering and Carl J. Lukach vice president...

DuPont reports lower earnings

DuPont reported lower earnings for 4th quarter and the year. Fourth quarter 2012 earnings per share from continuing operations, excluding significant items, was $.11 versus...

State of the State Address focuses on the global economy

The following is the text of the annual address from Gov. Jack Markell: Lt. Governor Denn, members of the 147th General Assembly, other elected officials,...

For 16th time Gore makes list of best workplaces

W. L. Gore & Associates once again earned a spot on Fortune magazine's annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in...

3,000 pounds of sulfur dioxide released at Del. City Refinery

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reported the release of 3,000 pounds of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere at the Delaware...

Spirit Airlines adding seasonal service to Myrtle Beach

Starting April 25, Spirit Airlines is adding daily nonstop seasonal service from Baltimore/Washington and Philadelphia International  to Myrtle Beach.  Last year, Spirit announced service to...

Avis Budget to buy Zipcar for $500 million

Avis Budget Group Inc. is buying U.S. car-sharing company Zipcar Inc. for about $500 million in cash. Zipcar has a rental operation in Newark that...

Calpine sells South Carolina power plant

Calpine Corp. completed the sale of the Broad River Energy Center to Broad River Power LLC, an affiliate of Energy Capital Partners LLC, for...

BGC Partners acquires commercial real estate broker Smith Mack

BGC Partners, Inc. has acquired Smith Mack, a regional commercial real estate services company in the region. Smith Mack, has been a partner of...

Chesapeake aids Food Bank

Chesapeake Utilities aided the Food Bank of Delaware last month. The company and the Food Bank of Delaware  provided food and supplies to Delaware...

Drug developer Incyte seeks $11.1 million in state assistance

Drug developer Incyte Corp. is seeking $11.1 million in state assistance as Delaware works to hold on to a growing company. The request for Incyte...
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