It seems like every week, if not almost every day, I’m writing about a new warehouse going up or tenant moving into a distribution center in the Lehigh Valley.
While most networking groups tend to fall into the same routine by hosting the event in the same place at the same time each month, often attracting the same people month after month, there is one group that likes to shake up things.
When people think of landfills, one of the things that always rises to the top of their minds is location.
With a much-talked about construction worker shortage, it's nice to see the younger generation showing interest in the field.
As a small-business owner, the appearance of your business, from the outside, speaks volumes.
$18.69 per hour.That's the minimum amount of what a worker would have to be paid in order to rent a two-bedroom apartment in Lehigh and Northampton counties at fair-market rent.
Despite continued strength in business fundamentals, economic pessimism is on the rise among middle-market companies. In rating the state of the U.S. economy compared to six months ago, a majority of these companies still sees a downshift.
A clean, well-lit workplace and a high-paying job to boot. Plus, no college debt?
About every three minutes, somebody in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer.
While the possibility exists for high-end apartments with waterfront views to take the place of Heritage Lanes, a former bowling alley in downtown Easton, there is potential for something else.
When it comes to the buildings we occupy at work each day, usually we don’t think about how the design came to be. How it functions and the feelings of efficiency and productivity the buildings can either generate or deplete.
Much as technology has changed the office environment in many ways the past few years, some things never change.