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DelawareBizTimes Apr 5
As the national push for a $15 per hour builds momentum, neighboring states have outpaced Delaware in raising the wage floor.
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 21
. will nearly double the size of its next cohort, recruiting 80 students from underserved communities. The program combines a college education with six-month internships at local companies.
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 20
partnered with the Wilm. Neighborhood Conservancy Land Bank and are preparing to make announcements over the coming weeks that will ignite development on the West Side and hopefully build trust with residents that positive change is coming
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 20
The sudden uptick in use by underage students across the country has spurred lawmakers to act. With the bill's prime sponsor, Sen. , touting the bill as a win for public health.
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 20
It's been a 12-year wait, but Delaware golfers can soon get a Scottish golf experience without the airfare. The new course is opening soon in Middletown
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 19
As arrives; workplaces across the state prepare in their own way. Some have competitive brackets, some create networking opportunities around the tournament, and others have hilarious repercussions to losing.
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 18
M&T Bank and its Wilmington Trust subsidiary will hire hundreds of tech talent over the next few years, including 50 new “technologists” over the next nine months and reinforce its commitment to downtown Wilmington
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 15
Millennial-centric banking app to hire 30-50 industry vets to drive growth. The new employees will work out of
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 15
City Council approves Ivan Thomas-helmed as Channel 28 operator
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 14
Rehoboth franchisee set for ‘Shark Tank’ boost this weekend
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 12
Hello, would you speak with us for a story about the redevelopment of Rodney Square?
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 11
First, the Materials and Science Division of will separate to become the new on April 1. Followed by the expected separation of Agriscience on June 1.
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DelawareBizTimes Mar 8
. is expanding its manufacturing operations in Cecil County with plans to nearly double its workforce. called the expansion, "a great win for Maryland and Cecil County"
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 28
' acquisition of has passed its final regulatory hurdle in the merger, Federal Reserve approval.
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 27
DE's Dept of Labor has developed a new Registered Pre-Apprenticeship Program, which prepares individuals who lack education or experience for the Registered Apprenticeship Program, to complement its existing programs
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 27
Last year, Delaware state officials identified 25 census tracts to set up “Opportunity Zones” in economically distressed communities. But picking the right spots is only the first step. Now the state is working hard to bring in new investors.
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 27
Former Vice President says he’s in the final stages of deciding on a potential presidential run in 2020. Head over to our site to watch the video.
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 26
says announcement is coming soon. Family has given him the go ahead to run for President.
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 26
From 1990 to 2018, the number of manufacturing jobs in Delaware fell by nearly half. The STAR Campus is the centerpiece of the state’s attempt to reverse that legacy by securing a place for itself as a technology hub.
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DelawareBizTimes Feb 22
David Sysko recently retired as executive director of the Laffey-McHugh Foundation after guiding the organization for 18 years and awarding $58 million to hundreds of nonprofits throughout Delaware.
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