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    Riverfront Rink to open on Nov. 27

    The Riverfront Development Corporation of Delaware (RDC) announced  that after a successful inaugural season in 2014/2015, the Horizon Riverfront Rink will  return to  Riverfront Wilmington. this winter. This family-oriented attraction  will open on November 27  and will continue until February 28, 2016. Located at 308 Justison Street, the green space at Justison Landing, the site  […]

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    SevOne cuts ribbon on technology and innovation center

    Bakalovs and Markell ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 6 In a story that illustrates the close-knit nature of  Delaware, Gov. Jack Markell revealed his ties to the co-founder of the fast-growing technology company SevOne. SevOne co-founder Ves Bakalov was a teen-ager when his family moved to Newark from Bulgaria. Markell has been acquainted […]

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    Christiana Care rolls out plans for $260 million Women’s and Children’s building

    Christiana Care Health System has announced long-anticipated  plans for a $260 million project at Christiana Hospital south of Newark. The proposed Women and Children’s building —  developed in collaboration with patients and their families — will better integrate services for mothers and babies, a release stated. “This important investment in our community will advance the […]

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    New UD President named

    The University of Delaware Board of Trustees elected  Dennis Assanis to be the new president of the University of Delaware. He was provost of Stony Brook University in New York state. It was mentioned frequently that the new president would work to improve diversity of the university, which has come under fire in that area. […]

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    Check out the Nov. 18-24, 2015 edition of the Business Bulletin

    Delaware saw more good news as a state panel recommended a modest $10.5 million financial package for JPMorgan Chase in return for an expected 1,800 jobs. Meanwhile in Newark, fast-growing tech company SevOne confirmed it will operate its headquarters in Boston, but will continue to add jobs in Delaware as it moves into a new […]

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    JPMorgan Chase gets council OK for $10.5 million state financial package

    The Delaware Council on Development Finance approved a $10.5 million financial package for JPMorgan Chase and Co. The financial services giant sought an amount up to $9 million to upgrade and refurbish existing facilities in northern Delaware as well as the newly opened Technology Center near Wilmington. JPMorgan Chase had previously announced it will spend […]

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