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The Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry celebrated its 100th anniversary Monday night at the Chamber's annual dinner in the Sovereign Performing Arts Center. Comment?
A conversation with Bert Kramer means stepping into the convoluted world of the modern phone-service business. Comment?
A woman lights incense to make a wish to Budha in Hangzhou, one of the stops on the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry's visit to China in 2012. Comment?
Since the Marcellus shale boom began in 2008, there has been much debate and disagreement over the effect natural gas development would have on Pennsylvania's economy. Comment?
Democrats are pouring on the criticism of Gov. Tom Corbett for his suggestion that Pennsylvania's sluggish job growth stems partly from too many applicants being unable to pass a drug test. Comment?
Dr. Anna Weitz, president of Reading Area Community College, center, istens to Ron Tomalis, state education secretary, at a Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry event April 23. Comment?
Natalye Paquin, CEO Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania on leadership and women at the Women2Women luncheon at Crowne Plaza Reading, Wyomissing. Comment?
Penn State officials say the number of applications for undergraduate enrollment is down about 9 percent this year. Comment?
City Mayor Vaughn D. Spencer will speak Thursday on his comprehensive plan for the city at the Pennsylvania Economy League Issues Forum at the Berkshire Country Club in Bern Township. Comment?
Reading is on course to amass a $35 million cumulative deficit by the end of 2017 even if it raises property taxes by 5 percent a year, controller Christian Zale told City Council on Monday. Comment?
Topic: a journey of business success. For details or to register, call 610-376-6766 or go to www.greaterreadingchamber.org. friday4/19 The Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry presents its Athena Awards Breakfast at the Women's Expo - Spring Renewal, 8 a.m., Crowne Plaza Reading, Wyomissing. Comment?
Small businesses to Fortune 500 companies have seen the beneficial impact team-building programs can have on employee productivity and stress reduction in the workplace. Comment?
Cost: $30 for members, $50 for nonmembers. For details or to register, call 610-376-6766 or visit www.greaterreadingchamber.org. wednesday4/24 The Delaware Valley Family Business Center presents a forum on strategic reinvention, 7:30 to 10:30 a.m., St. Comment?
Gov. Tom Corbett has figures from the local business, government and education behind him during a Spring Township appearance to promote a new system for selling alcoholic beverages. Comment?
February unemployment rates decreased in Reading and Berks County after an uptick in January, according to data released by the state Department of Labor & Industry Tuesday. Comment?
Diane Reed, from left, director of business services with Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Peter Rye, president of Brentwood Industries; Ellen T. Horan, Chamber president and CEO; and Jack E. Pfunder, president and CEO of Manufacturers Resource Center, in Spring Ridge. Comment?
The business community would put up hundreds of thousands of dollars in matching money to allow the city and county to secure grants to pay for crime-fighting technology, according to Ellen T. Horan, president and CEO of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Comment?
Berks Fire Water receives national chamber award Berks Fire Water Restorations Inc., 350 Bern St., will receive one of the 100 Blue Ribbon Small Business Awards the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is presenting to companies nationwide. Comment?
He's proving his interest in local communities by pumping support into refineries in southeast Pennsylvania, putting shovels in the ground at new construction sites and bringing sunnier days to the business climate. Comment?
Gov. Tom Corbett said Tuesday that a proposed block grant program that would funnel a projected $1 billion to state schools over four years would disappear if lawmakers don't approve his liquor privatization initiative. Comment?