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July 17, 2016 Seminar looks at government contracts IMC and SEDA-COG are cosponsoring “Internet Resources for Government Contracting” free 10 a.m. to noon, July 12 at IMC, 1127 W. Fourth?St., Williamsport. more »»

Consumers benefit from surplus as production outpaces demand

July 17, 2016 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — In less than a year, eggs have gone from being an expensive staple at the height of the bird flu crisis to reaching the cheapest prices in a decade due to fully restocked... more »»

Pipeline clears legal hurdle

July 17, 2016 HARRISBURG (AP) — Sunoco has cleared one legal hurdle after a Pennsylvania appeals court upheld the energy company’s power to take private property for a pipeline project, but others obstacles remain. more »»

Federal court tosses claims over lost GM car values, allows others

July 17, 2016 DETROIT (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that owners of General Motors cars recalled for defective ignition switches can sue the company for any loss in the cars’ value. more »»

Are stocks the new bonds? Why investors are buying now

July 16, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — As bond yields plunge to record lows and investors look for income, they’re pouring money into stocks, sending the market to its own record highs. more »»

Development corporation selects next president

July 16, 2016 WELLSBORO — A native of Auburn, Indiana, will take over the helm at Tioga County Development Corp. when longtime CEO and President Bob Blair retires Aug. 1. more »»

US retailers, industry surge in June

July 16, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans spent more money at retailers and factories revved up production in June, offering encouraging signs of the U.S. economy’s resilience in the face of global headwinds. more »»

Antique trail showcases specialty shops

July 10, 2016 They wanted to showcase the antique and specialty shops and wineries of Columbia County. And so, an idea was born: The Fishing Creek Antique Trail. more »»

New business spotlight on Shop Chop and Bowl

July 10, 2016 Carnie Datres is a registered dietitian who has launched her own business preparing nutritious meals for customers. Shop, Chop and Bowl has been operating out of her home at 1359 Clayton Ave. more »»

People in business

July 10, 2016 Woman with Nisbet ties now group’s vice president Elaine (Eck) Gallagher was appointed to the role of vice president for administration of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Practice Association,... more »»

Events and seminars

July 10, 2016 Seminar looks at government contracts IMC and SEDA-COG are cosponsoring “Internet Resources for Government Contracting” free 10 a.m. to noon, July 12 at IMC, 1127 W. Fourth?St., Williamsport. more »»

British exit throws EU into limbo

July 10, 2016 BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union has known some crises in its time: the constitution that never was, impossible budget deals, debt devastating the Greek economy and threatening the euro currency,... more »»

June hiring surge of 287,000 suggests upbeat US economy

July 9, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Employers shook off two months of weak hiring by adding 287,000 jobs in June, a robust pace that suggests a resilient U.S. economy recovering from a slump early in the year. more »»

430,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles investigated by feds for brake failure

July 9, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. government is investigating complaints from Harley-Davidson riders who say their motorcycle brakes failed without warning. more »»

Forecast for stocks: Turbulence ahead

July 8, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market has been on a frustrating, dizzying roller-coaster ride to nowhere the last couple of years. It’s still not over. more »»

Father-son team completes 1st residence

July 3, 2016 There is a movement afoot in America. People tired of the expense and maintenance of big houses are turning to lives of simplicity, of down-sizing and even living off the grid. more »»

Financial investor: British exit may be good for stocks

July 3, 2016 The United Kingdom’s recent vote to separate from the European Union has caused a drastic dip in the stock market, but a local financial adviser says this is a “good thing” for investor. more »»

New business spotlight on Cardio4dayz

July 3, 2016 These days, Josh Aarons can be found at his downtown fitness facility working with a client, perhaps demonstrating a martial arts or wrestling move. more »»

People in business

July 3, 2016 New office manager for bank Rob Glunk, Muncy Bank president and CEO recently announced that Kirsten Minier has been named the community office manager for the bank’s Montoursville office, according... more »»



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