Month: October 2014

By Robert Kalesse Special to Delaware Business Times At first glance, residents of neighboring states like Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey might look upon Delaware and think the First State is nothing more than a place where sales tax goes to die and corporations go to thrive. While both are true (and rather good attributes,…

By Christi Milligan Senior Staff Writer For David St. Clair, chairman of Sanosil International, red tape and travel glitches are maddening. As each day brings a new wave of heartbreaking images from West Africa and safety concerns here at home, he fights to get his one-of-a-kind disinfecting fogger system onto a plane and into a…

By Christi Milligan Senior Staff Writer If there’s a formula for identifying the area’s emerging workforce needs, then Delaware Tech President Mark T. Brainard and his team may have found it: a wide-ranging advisory committee comprised of industry employers paired with a new research arm that identifies future-focused skill needs. The result is an impressive…

According to recent press reports, our State of Delaware is under economic and legal assault that could jeopardize Delaware’s primacy as the “Domicile of Choice” for business incorporation. Chomping at the bit to usurp Delaware are those states who lust after the revenue that we Delawareans enjoy in exporting our tax burden, as well as…