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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.

 


 

 

Fresh from buying Harrisburg distribution center, SuperValu plans saleOpen in a New Window

A month after announcing a return to Harrisburg to operate a distribution center, grocery giant SuperValu Inc. said Tuesday it plans to sell its recently acquired facility in the capital city along with seven other warehouses it owns.

 

Columbia to get Clarion hotelOpen in a New Window

Downtown Columbia is getting a Clarion hotel, one that will be dubbed Clarion at the Chip Factory Hotel.

 

Sale price for Silver Spring Square 80.8MOpen in a New Window

How much is a Wegmans-anchored shopping center worth?

 

Vote your favorite businesses Reader Rankings 2018Open in a New Window

The nominations are in. Now voting begins for our 2018 Reader Rankings program!

 

Simple changes can accommodate workers with autism, migraines, other hidden disabilitiesOpen in a New Window

Creating a workplace that can accommodate the reasonable needs of all employees, including employees with “invisible disabilities” such as autism, migraines or anxiety, is not as hard as it might sound — and it may benefit all employees when it comes to creating an environment that enhances collaboration and efficiency.

 

Taxing test Advisers urge study of new tax law, warn against swift movesOpen in a New Window

If you still are figuring out how the new federal tax law will affect your construction or real estate business, the good news is that the time spent should benefit your bottom line. The bad news is that your planning will be difficult because a lot still is unknown.

 

Cumberland County developer eyes four-story project for growing office portfolioOpen in a New Window

Lowell and Linda Gates started investing in residential rental properties in 1992 as a hobby.

 

Medical campus near new Memorial Hospital slated for fall openingOpen in a New Window

The first phase of a medical campus being built along Roosevelt Avenue in Manchester Township is slated to open this fall.

 

After six years, Hershey Trust CEO steps down to pursue new opportunitiesOpen in a New Window

The Hershey Trust Co. is looking for a new leader.

 

Gov. Wolf nominates 300 census tracts for investor tax breaksOpen in a New Window

The Wolf administration has nominated 300 census tracts across Pennsylvania as eligible areas for tax breaks under a new federal program designed to attract more investments to low-income neighborhoods.

 

Sports bar P.J. Whelihan's coming to the Shoppes at BelmontOpen in a New Window

A New Jersey-based pub and restaurant chain plans to open a new Lancaster location of P. J. Whelihan's in late spring.

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