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

Delaware’s insurance commissioner is reacting to a report showing that First State service members may return home to increased auto insurance premiums.


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Amazon could receive millions in taxpayer dollars from the state after a vote by economic development officials Monday.  

The Delmarva chicken industry is growing, but at a slower rate than in the rest of the country.


DuPont announced some leadership changes Tuesday.


The company's Board of Directors is bringing back a former CEO.

A Sussex County chicken processing plant reopened after being effectively shut down by the federal government.

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Two weeks ago, we looked at Concord Mall’s change in ownership and what that could mean for the North Wilmington shopping center.

Now, new developments involving two of its anchor stores are adding more uncertainty.

Contributor Eileen Dallabrida offers an update on what we know about what’s next for Concord Mall.


The Delaware Sustainable Chemistry Alliance’s (DESCA) board chair wrote an op-ed a year ago - urging First State residents to imagine Delaware as a leader in the chemtech industry.

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There’s good news for nearly 10,000 Delaware companies when it comes to workers’ compensation rates.



via Historic Lewes Farmers Market website

Small-scale farmers across Delmarva can receive scholarships from the Historic Lewes Farmers’ Market to help attend sustainable farming conferences.


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Gas prices are down drastically - both locally and nationally.


AAA Mid-Atlantic reports gas prices have dropped by double digits throughout the tri-state area over the past month.