One of the most common sense business rules is that cash flow “out” should never exceed cash flow “in”. Unfortunately, in these economically dire times, that can get reversed. A significant but neglected and overlooked area of company savings is energy efficiency. An energy audit can let you see how much your business spends on [...]
The Delaware Business Weekly Round Up is designed to bring you some quick links to news headlines and press releases from companies based in Delaware and issues impacting business the State of Delaware. Here’s our edition for June 23rd, 2012 through June 29th, 2012:
The public investment to redevelop Riverfront Wilmington is paying off for Delawareans, with businesses and residences at the Riverfront generating nearly $32 million annually in new tax revenues, according to a fiscal impact study conducted by the University of Delaware’s Center for Applied Demography and Survey Research. The City of Wilmington has already received back [...]
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Yesterday, Delaware Economic Development Office Director Alan Levin announced that Kraft Foods plans to invest $10 million to expand its 1-million-square-foot manufacturing facility in Dover. The expansion will create 29 new, full-time jobs by March 31, 2013. The new jobs will be mostly machine operators and maintenance technicians for package processing lines. Hiring and training [...]