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Delaware Public Media's coverage of the business-related stories.

A new tool to help small businesses in Sussex County grow is now available.


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Delaware drivers continue to see gas prices retreat as the summer driving season revs up.

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In August 2017, Gov. John Carney signed the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act into law, calling it a “big deal.”  Now – nearly two years later – we are close to seeing if it will deliver on its promise of economic development and job creation.

Draft regulations to allow limited new industrial development in Delaware's Coastal Zone have been released for review. Contributor Jon Hurdle takes a closer look at these regulations, and would they could mean for development along the coast.


The Food Bank of Delaware is looking for people to help provide fresh food to hungry Delawareans.

 


via In Wilmington website

Barclays is moving hundreds of jobs out of the First State.

The British bank announced 500 of its 2,000 jobs in Delaware will leave for New Jersey this fall. 

Image Courtesy of Mountaire Farms

The sixth largest chicken processor in the country has purchased a new grain storage facility in Kent County.


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Cooks in some Delaware restaurants can now participate in an apprenticeship program through the state.

 

Delaware’s Department of Labor is partnering with the Delaware Restaurant Association to pilot the program.

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A new Delmarva Power pilot program aims to help customers who may have fallen behind paying high winter energy bills.

 


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Delaware farmers will get another round of relief payments in part because of the United States’ escalating trade tensions with China.


Susanne Zilberfarb / Delaware Soybean Board

Delaware’s farmers are still dealing with marketplace uncertainty as trade tensions continue between China and the United States.

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