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State business leaders argue that governor’s budget will further harm struggling employers

During a House Majority Policy Committee hearing this week, several Pennsylvania business leaders testified on the negative impacts of Gov.…

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PECO to invest $6B to enhance infrastructure, further improve reliability

During the next five years, PECO, the Philadelphia Electric Company, will be investing approximately $6 billion across its electric and…

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New grant program to provide hospitality industry relief

A new grant program, the COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program (CHIRP), will assist local businesses in the hospitality industry that…

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Pittsburgh biotech firm LyGenesis to merge with AgeX

Pittsburgh-based LyGenesis, a biotechnology company developing cell therapies that enable organ regeneration, is merging with AgeX Therapeutics, which develops therapeutics…

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Investment company closes on new AmerisourceBergen headquarters

PRP, a real estate investment management company, recently closed on its preferred equity investment in the new headquarters for AmerisourceBergen…

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Hershey sets new sustainability goals to reduce global emissions

The Hershey Company has set new goals to reduce its global emissions as part of its Environment, Social and Governance…

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Packing company to open Bethel facility

Pregis, a protective packaging manufacturer, plans to open a 300,000-square-foot facility in Bethel in early May. The plant is part…

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Representatives request OSHA hear formal input on COVID standards

U.S. Reps. Fred Keller (R-PA) and Virginia Foxx (R-NC), Education and Labor Committee ranking member and Republican leader, recently sent…

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Volvo Construction Equipment to build world-class training center in Shippensburg

Volvo Construction Equipment is building a $4.3 million technical training center at its Shippensburg headquarters. The facility will provide the…

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House Democratic Policy Committee hosts hearing on efforts to create more energy jobs in PA

State Rep. Pam Snyder (D-Greene/Fayette/Westmoreland) on Wednesday hosted a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing to discuss Pennsylvania’s diverse energy portfolio…

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Agency bans fracking in Delaware River Basin

A multi-state and federal government agency permanently banned natural gas drilling in the watershed that leads to the Delaware River…

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PPG purchases Kansas City manufacturer

PPG Industries recently completed the acquisition of VersaFlex, a Kansas City specialty coatings company, from DalFort Capital Partners for an…

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Gov. Wolf’s proposed new tax on energy production draws ire from natgas industry

Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled Monday his $3 billion workforce and economic development plan, Back to Work PA, which would be…

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Mid Penn Bancorp distributes more than $290M in small business loans

Millersburg-based Mid Penn Bancorp has approved and disbursed more than $290 million in loans for small businesses since the 2021…

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Triumph Group signs agreement to distribute spare parts

Berwyn-based Triumph Group, a company that designs, engineers, manufactures, repairs, and overhauls aerospace and defense systems, recently announced its Triumph…

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Rep. Keller visits manufacturing facilities to support efforts bolstering workforce development

U.S. Rep. Fred Keller (R-PA) recently visited several manufacturing companies in his district to get input on ways to support…

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Partnership aims to improve design process for additive manufacturing parts

Ansys, a Pittsburgh-based engineering simulation company, recently partnered with Siemens Energy to improve the design process for creating additive manufacturing…

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UGI Utilities, Archaea Energy sign first agreement to bring renewable natural gas into UGI system

UGI Utilities, Inc., a subsidiary of UGI Corporation based in Denver, Pa., announced last week that it has signed an…

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Biopharmaceutical companies spend nearly $8B in Pennsylvania

According to We Work for Health Pennsylvania, the state’s 16 biopharmaceutical companies spent $7.9 billion in the state in 2018…

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Koppers sells West Virginia facility

Pittsburgh-based Koppers, a treated wood products, wood treatment chemicals, and carbon compounds provider, recently completed the sale of its Follansbee,…

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