Month: February 2016

Ted’s Montana Grill, an Atlanta-based company with Western-themed eateries, will add a restaurant at the Christiana Fashion Center within a year. Ted’s Montana Grill serves American dishes made with local ingredients. Many dishes are made-from-scratch.The restaurant chain will also open stores in Columbus, Ohio, and Charlotte, N.C.   “At the end of 2015, we celebrated…

Buccini Pollin plans to bring two hotels to the Wilmington Riverfront – a 200-room Marriott Hotel and a 100-room Homewood Suites by Hilton. The company already has franchise approval for the Homewood, and the Marriott applications is under review. It opened the Westin on the Riverfront in 2014. The target audience is business travelers, conference…

Related Story Mark Turner, Chairman of Delaware Business Roundtable, and Chip Rossi, Chairman of Delaware State Chamber of Commerce: “Today’s announcement that DuPont will be establishing the headquarters for its agriculture company in Wilmington is great news for Delaware. We are very excited that both the new agriculture and specialty products companies will be headquartered…

Newark, Del. —  Funds donated by two alumni and a commitment of support from University leaders have helped the University of Delaware launch the UD Partnership for Public Education. The new partnership is a multidisciplinary effort to mobilize the University’s research, educational and public service capacities to provide sustained assistance to Delaware schools with low-income and…

Delaware has received a triple-A credit rating from all three major rating agencies – the highest mark a government agency can achieve. Highlighting the state’s fiscally responsible approach, Moody’s Investors Service, Fitch Ratings, and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services have recognized the state’s strong fiscal practices, as well as the strength of Delaware’s economy and…

Former Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons Jr. will rejoin Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell as a senior counsel in March. Parsons, who retired from the Delaware Court of Chancery in October, issued hundreds of opinions and rulings addressing corporate law, alternative entities, trademark and intellectual property law, and commercial matters. He will work in alternative…

The eyes of a Delawarean living and working in Philadelphia were uniquely glued to the ABC-TV series Feb. 3-4 about Bernie Madoff and his legendary Ponzi-type scheme that cost investors over $50 billion. Erin E. Arvedlund, a 1988 Archmere Academy grad who had attended Ursuline Academy, wrote the first-ever stories in 2001 for Barron’s questioning…