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GROWTH  AND VALUES  New OraSure leader looks to build revenue, reach, all for greater good

GROWTH AND VALUES New OraSure leader looks to build revenue, reach, all for greater good

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

Stephen Tang eagerly jumped into his new role at OraSure Technologies Inc.

Iconic Reading buildings to get $25M redo

Alan Shuman has set his sights on redeveloping a long vacant hosiery factory and bank building in Reading, each more than a century old.

Weather, lack of inventory blamed for dip in home sales

The Greater Lehigh Valley’s residential real estate market reflects what’s happening across the nation.

premium content Financial literacy month: Money lessons for any age

Whether a millennial, Gen-Xer or baby boomer, it’s never too late to sharpen your money management skills.

premium content Planning for disaster now is vital for businesses, everyone

(Editor’s note: This is another in a periodic series written by the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission that addresses development,...

premium content If altruism is built into core of your mission, it’s a win-win

You would be hard-pressed to find an established company that doesn’t give back in some form or another.

SNEAKY AND SINISTER Spotted lanternfly threatens Pa. farm, forest industries

When Lea Sullivan was hired 10 years ago as a quality assurance inspector at Rolling Rock Building Stone near Boyertown, her job consisted of packing...

$60M airport development would spark Perkasie economy

$60M airport development would spark Perkasie economy

By MELINDA RIZZO

Courting high tech and big pharmaceutical companies, a Bucks County company wants to create a six-building, $60 million development on 260 acres at...

Upscale apartments eyed for long-vacant Perkasie offices

The headquarters of a defunct automotive lighting and mirrors manufacturer could be on its way to becoming an 80-unit upscale apartment development...

premium content Marching onward: With things at their worst, be your best

T.S. Eliot was wrong. April is not the cruelest month.

premium content Engage, reward your top performers before it’s too late

You may not be familiar with the Pareto Principle by name, but most everyone in business has heard about it in theory or practice.

NEW VENTURES: VR3 takes gamers inside the action, with room to enjoy

NEW VENTURES: VR3 takes gamers inside the action, with room to enjoy

By STACY WESCOE

The cutting edge of gaming technology is virtual reality. VR systems immerse the player within the game – the interactive 3-D world and gaming...

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