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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.




PFM Asset Management relocating in downtown HarrisburgOpen in a New Window

After 20 years at the corner of Front and Market streets in downtown Harrisburg, financial consulting firm PFM Asset Management is moving down the block.


Midstate pot licensees bring capital, experience to new venturesOpen in a New Window

These aren't going to be mom-and-pop pot shops.


Willow Valley to break ground this month on Lancaster County retail projectOpen in a New Window

Crews are scheduled to start work this month on a collection of stores at and around the former site of the Willow Valley Inn Suites in West Lampeter Township.


Construction If colleges aren't paying attention to their facilities, why would the students?Open in a New Window

Bringing in the best minds to teach is only part of what a college must do to keep attracting students.


UPS pays 55M for Carlisle-area warehouseOpen in a New Window

United Parcel Service is the new owner of a 595,000-square-foot distribution center near Carlisle.


New owners of Cobblestone's in York to sell off restaurant contentsOpen in a New Window

The new owners of York's former Cobblestone's bar and restaurant want to sell the pizza oven, beer glasses and other remaining items so the building can shine brightly, without clutter, to prospective operators.


Lancaster developer bullish on Amazon-Whole Foods mergerOpen in a New Window

If Amazon gets a green light to buy the Whole Foods grocery chain, one of its newest stores will be in Lancaster County.


Roy Rogers owner Central Pa. could play role in revived restaurant chainOpen in a New Window

It's been more than a generation since the Roy Rogers restaurant chain was at its peak.

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