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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.




TOP 100 2014 TriviaOpen in a New Window

Here is some trivia about this year's Top 100250 private companies in the midstate.


TOP 100 2014 Game TalkOpen in a New Window

CPBJ asked top executives from around the midstate What's your favorite classic board game or card game? How does it apply to your business?


Woodcraft moving to larger facility in Susquehanna TownshipOpen in a New Window

The Harrisburg-York franchise store of Woodcraft Supply LLC, one of the nation's oldest and largest suppliers of quality woodworking tools and supplies, is moving from Swatara Township to neighboring Susquehanna Township.


TOP 100 2014 Can you guess these midstate private companies?Open in a New Window

Let's play a game of Guess Who.


TOP 100 2014 Beyond BoardwalkOpen in a New Window

Owning Boardwalk with four houses could win you the game, but a broader mix of high-performing, quality properties is the better long-term real estate play.


TOP 100 2014 Let's make a dealOpen in a New Window

Know your customers and your market.


The Candy Factory moves to Warehouse D in LancasterOpen in a New Window

The Candy Factory, a co-working site in Lancaster city, has moved into the Lancaster Storage Building, Warehouse D, 342 N. Queen St.


Midstate home sales Q2 flips up in local metrosOpen in a New Window

Flipping houses remained strong and lucrative in the midstate in the second quarter, according to California-based RealtyTrac Inc.


A.P. Williams building Planet Fitness in TecPortOpen in a New Window

The last land parcel available from Crossgates Inc. in the TecPort Business Center has been sold for development of a Planet Fitness.


Beers Hoffman moving to Lititz on Sept. 1Open in a New Window

Manheim Township-based Beers Hoffman Ltd. Architects will relocate its Lancaster County headquarters to Lititz, effective Sept. 1.


Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace adding new storesOpen in a New Window

The Shoppes at Susquehanna Marketplace is adding four businesses in time for the holiday season.


Building permits down 31 percent in Harrisburg areaOpen in a New Window

Residential building permits in Central Pennsylvania are down 21 percent through July compared to the same time a year ago, according to the latest building permits survey from the U. S. Census Bureau.


Rezoning Progress and Linglestown Planning commission gets first look at Vartan conceptOpen in a New Window

The Susquehanna Township planning commission on Monday got its first look at Vartan Group Inc. 's request to draft a new zoning district and apply that ordinance to the corner of Progress Avenue and Linglestown Road.


Belmont developer to restore historic mansion, move other historic buildings 17 milesOpen in a New Window

A landmark mansion across from the planned Shoppes at Belmont development in Manheim Township will be restored and other historic structures on the property moved as part of a preservation effort.


Arooga's success built on frequent investments, never being 'satisfied'Open in a New Window

Whether it's a unique concept or a twist on a classic, there is never a shortage of dining options.
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