Chancellor rules against Musk in shareholder dispute over $55 billion Tesla pay package

Delaware Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick ruled agianst Tesla's celebrity CEO Elon Musk in a shareholder suit claiming that his $55 billion compensation package was...

Byrd wins State Chamber DiSabatino award

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce presented  Robert L. "Bobby" Byrd with the Dick DiSabatino Award.. The DiSabatino Award, named for former DSCC...

Carney outlines proposed $6.1 billion state budget

Gov. John Carney unveiled his final proposed budget Thursday. The $6.1 billion budget continues to set aside more than $400 million in...

Federal judge dismisses false advertising suit against Newark-based weight loss company GOLO

A federal judge in California judge issued a nine-page decision granting GOLO's motion to dismiss a false advertising class action lawsuit filed against the...

O’Mara builds campaign war chest while weighing bid for governor

Former state Natural Resources Secretary Collin O’Mara has more than $870,000 cash on hand as he considers entering the race for governor. O'Mara,...

Delaware Spotlight news start-up receives $1 million in funding

Delaware Spotlight was one of four organizations to receive funding from the American Journalism Project.  In addition to funding, the venture philanthropy will give the...

Hall-Long campaign sees positive signs in latest poll

A recent Public Policy Polling report shows that Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long begins 2024 with a lead in the race for governor. Although nearly...

Governor postpones State of the State address due to mild illness

Governor John Carney has postponed the State of the State Address due to illness. The governor has a fever and mild symptoms but is...

Report says state employee workfore reflects Delaware’s demographics

The Delaware Department of Human Resources Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion issued its annual Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Report. Since the...

Longwood awards $1 million grant for Wilmington University Brandywine campus buildings

Wilmington University was awarded a $1 million grant by the Longwood Foundation to support the expansion of its Brandywine location, including a law school...

TransPerfect owner and Delaware judicial critic expresses interest in buying News Journal

A longtime critic of Delaware's judicial system has expressed an interest in buying the News Journal/Delaware Online. TransPerfect CEO Philip Shawe wrote a letter to...

Mobile sports betting quietly introduced in Delaware

With no fanfare, the operator of the widely advertised Bet Rivers mobile platform introduced igaming and sports betting through the state's three racetrack...

Minimum wage takes next step toward $15 an hour

Delaware slightly less than a year away from a $15-an-hour minimum wage. On Jan. 1, the base wage increased from $11.75 to $13.25...

Corrected: DuPont, Corteva, Chemours confirm support for settlement with public water systems over PFAs

Chemours Company, DuPont de Nemours, Inc., and Corteva, Inc. confirmed their support for an earlier agreement to resolve PFAs-related drinking water claims of...

Fighting hate downstate

After incidents rattled neighbors in Sussex County, they banded together to raise their voices for justice JORDAN HOWELL, Delaware Call Below: Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial...

From WHYY – Will the drip-drip from Hall-Long’s campaign finance issues become a...

By Cris Barrish When Delaware Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long bounded onstage in September to announce her candidacy for governor, she waved her closest ally and...

Guest view: My worst decision – Incorporating in Delaware

By Philip Shawe, CEO and co-founder of TransPerfect I have been blessed to have the greatest job in the world. It’s the only one I...

My take: Governor’s race heats up

The Democratic Party's 2024 race for governor is heating up. Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long gained the endorsement of the Delaware House leadership on Tuesday.  Support...

Attorneys general announce $700 million settlement in Google Play lawsuit

Fifty-three attorneys general announced a $700 million agreement with Google in their lawsuit about Google’s anticompetitive conduct with the Google Play Store. There was no breakdown...

My take: Time for an inspector general

It has been a while since this column discussed the obvious need for an inspector general in Delaware. The lack of action on the legislative...
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