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Central Penn Business Journal

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Central Penn Business Journal is the award-winning business newspaper of record for Central Pennsylvania, providing information, analysis and advice.  As the most widely read local business publication in Central Pennsylvania, the Journal reaches entrepreneurs, corporate boards, middle managers and CEOs...the decision-makers of Central PA.

 


 

 

Rebert steps down, others step up at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesOpen in a New Window

Doug Rebert, one of the most recognizable names in Central Pennsylvania real estate over the last 20 years, has decided to pursue the next chapter in his career, which has spurred leadership changes in the Lancaster County organization he helped build.

 

Hamilton Health Center plans its first Perry County clinicOpen in a New Window

Hamilton Health Center, a Harrisburg-based nonprofit health center, is making its first foray into Perry County.

 

Cargas to anchor former Bulova building in LancasterOpen in a New Window

People have called it a missing piece of downtown revitalization efforts and, in at least one case, the ugliest building in Lancaster.

 

Harrisburg-area home prices, sales rise in AugustOpen in a New Window

Home prices continue to soar in Central Pennsylvania as buyer demand remains strong despite a dwindling supply of homes for sale.

 

Guest view Don't ignore communications during mergers and acquisitionsOpen in a New Window

As mergers and acquisitions continue to be a strategy for many companies to gain market share, acquire talent and expand offerings, it's important for the decision-makers behind the scenes to plan an effective communications strategy to guide the organization through planned change.

 

Bon-Ton strikes 18.9M sale-leaseback deal for Minnesota storeOpen in a New Window

In an effort to wipe away debt, The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said it has reached an 18. 9 million sale-leaseback deal for its Herberger's store in Roseville, Minn.

 

Lidl plans second Lancaster County store as grocery wars continueOpen in a New Window

German grocery chain Lidl is planning a second store in Lancaster County, adding fuel to what is turning into a major shake-up of the midstate's grocery scene.

 

Dauphin County starts land bank project in SteeltonOpen in a New Window

The Dauphin County Land Bank Authority is revving up its latest redevelopment project.

 

Economic vision plan, river-based tourism eyed in York CountyOpen in a New Window

Leaders in York County hope to build on its manufacturing sector, find ways to use the Susquehanna River to boost the county's economy and even develop a plan for where the economy should go in the next decade or two.

 

Report says more retail stores will open than close this yearOpen in a New Window

While RadioShack, Sears and other big-name retailers expect to shutter thousands of stores this year in the face of growing online competition, the retail sector is still growing, according to a recent report from research and advisory firm IHL Group.

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