Beebe Medical Foundation receives $6 million gift from Abessinios

The Beebe Medical Foundation announced that it had received its second-largest philanthropic gift in Beebe Healthcare’s 108-year history from bank owner Rocco and...

Chemours delays earnings report

The Chemours Company has postponed the release of its financial results and conference call related to the fourth quarter and full year-end earnings, which...

Personnel File, Feb. 13, 2024

Gilmartin named M. Davis president M. Davis & Sons, Inc., appointed  Michael A. Gilmartin as President and Chief Financial Officer. After serving as CFO since...

From WHYY: The failed taxpayer-funded quest to restore Wilmington’s Gibraltar mansion

By Cris Barrish This investigative report was supported by a statehouse coverage grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Two men wield video cameras as they...

Incyte gains full rights to lymphoma drug

Incyte signed an asset purchase agreement with MorphoSys, which gives Incyte exclusive global rights for tafasitamab, marketed as Monjuvi in the...

Media update: Delaware Today owner acquires suburban D.C. magazine

Delaware Today and Delaware Business Times publisher Today Media has acquired a suburban Washington, D.C. lifestyle magazine and news website. The company, based in...

10 business honored as EDGE Grant recipients

Ten small businesses were honored by the Delaware Division of Small Business as winners of the seventh round of the Encouraging Development, Growth, and...

Media notes: Investigative reporter Baker joins Journalism Initiative; Contacts at the News Journal

Karl Baker is joining the Delaware Local Journalism Initiative as the senior reporter for the new nonprofit newsroom Spotlight Delaware. The Seattle native joins Spotlight Delaware after...

Landlord weighs converting 300 Delaware into apartments

The Philadelphia Business Journal (subscription) reported that the 300 Delaware Avenue high-rise office building is being studied for a possible conversion to apartments. Brandywine Realty...

Law notes, Feb. 1, 2024

Barlow named to head Quinn Emanuel's new office in Wilmington Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, opened an office in Wilmington. Michael A. Barlow ...

Navient to outsource student loan servicing while weighing options for processing business

Navient plans to outsource its student loan servicing business and take other steps to cut costs. Navient has corporate operations in Wilmington. “After a thorough review,...

Delaware’s violent crime rate has dropped 40% since 2008

Delaware’s violent crime rates fell to their lowest point since the state began tracking the stat The 40% drop came despite a sharp...

Incyte CEO offers glimpse into biopharma company

Incyte CEO Hervé Hoppenot put a human face on the biopharmaceutical company during the keynote speech at the annual meeting of the Delaware State...

Avelo notes: Passenger traffic stats and more parking as motel and long-vacant restaurant are...

The Wilmington Airport (ILG) had hinted on social media that more parking is on the way. On Thursday, we learned that next week, demolition will...

Story & video: State Chamber, Manufacturing Association roll out ‘Coolest Thing’ contest

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate, the Delaware Manufacturing Association, want to raise awareness of products made in the First State. That led...

Dole adds second weekly visit to Port of Wilmington

Enstructure, and Dole Food Company recently announced the expansion of Dole’s shipping services to the Port of Wilmington. Adding a second weekly service will...

Office vacancy rate may have peaked in northern Delaware, region

After three quarters of holding steady, the region's office vacancy rate may have peaked as demand seems to have stabilized, at least in the...

Former Business Times Editor Owens to head Spotlight Delaware newsroom

The Local Journalism Initiative named Jacob Owens as the editor in chief of Spotlight Delaware, a new collaborative nonprofit newsroom and news website slated to launch next...

Florida fintech company opens dozen-employee office in Wilmington

Novo, a financial solutions platform for small businesses, has chosen to expand in Wilmington. Novo has built a platform for small businesses that combines a...

ChristianaCare to pay $47.1 million to settle federal ‘kickback’ case

Christiana Care Health Services will pay $47.1 million to settle a long-running " whistleblower" case over alleged kickbacks to phyiscian practices. It is believed...
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