In flux: Delaware’s corporate brand

In flux: Delaware’s corporate brand

by James DeChene Today’s article on Delaware’s corporate reputation is fundamentally a capture of just about all the topics the State Chamber has been advocating…

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Judge fines two Dole executives $148 million in Delaware

Judge fines two Dole executives $148 million in Delaware

by James DeChene The Delaware Chancery on Wednesday found Dole Food Co. Inc. CEO David Murdock and General Counsel C. Michael Carter liable to investors…

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Call for Marvin S. Gilman Bowl award nominations

Call for Marvin S. Gilman Bowl award nominations

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce’s affiliate, the Small Business Alliance, is now accepting nominations for an award of distinction to an individual – not…

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We can do it: One woman’s journey through the ranks of manufacturing

We can do it: One woman’s journey through the ranks of manufacturing

by Guest Writer When one thinks about Manufacturing, many times they have an outdated image of a dirty environment with an emphasis on tough physical…

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Building success: DSCC partners with manufacturing community

Building success: DSCC partners with manufacturing community

By James DeChene The News Journal recently highlighted the expansion of Delaware’s Pathways to Prosperity program, featuring the advanced manufacturing component currently entering its second…

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Department of Education secretary resigns

Department of Education secretary resigns

By James DeChene News this week out of the Delaware Department of Education that Secretary Mark Murphy is resigning and will be replaced by former…

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Igniting innovation: How business leaders can help

Igniting innovation: How business leaders can help

By Nick Lambrow, Delaware Regional President, M&T Bank Much is expected of our teachers in 2015. Schools have changed from the simple brick buildings many…

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A night for military and workplace leadership

A night for military and workplace leadership

By Doug Rainey Two Delaware employers are the first recipients of an award from Chambers of Commerce for support of the Guard and Reserve. Phoenix…

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Principal for a day, making a difference for a lifetime

Principal for a day, making a difference for a lifetime

By Mark DiMaio Andy Williams famously sang about “the most wonderful time of the year” and of course he was crooning about the holiday season…

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Minimum wage increases having adverse effect on some employees

Minimum wage increases having adverse effect on some employees

by James DeChene In recent weeks news stories have been written on the impact of minimum wage hikes in places like Seattle, Los Angeles, and…

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