Month: April 2018

(AP) — A 29-year-old entrepreneur in Delaware is being sued for more than $650,000 for allegedly defaulting on the loan payments of his last restaurant endeavor. Zachary King is being sued by the former owner of the Delaware Distilling Company, Bryan Derrickson. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports that the lawsuit says Old Bay LLC and King…

House lawmakers are set to vote on a bill allowing doctor-assisted suicide in Delaware. The legislation to be voted on Thursday allows an adult diagnosed with a terminal illness and expected to die within six months to request prescription medicine to end his or her life. A consulting physician would have to confirm the attending…

Draper Holdings Business Trust announced on Thursday that Chairman of the Board Molly Draper Russell will take over as CEO. The parent company of WBOC-TV and Loblolly, LLC has operated without a CEO since Russell’s father and founder of the company, Thomas H. Draper, died in a bicycle accident in September 2017. “Broadcasting and land…

By Roger Morris Special to Delaware Business Times Throughout February and March, a series of nor’easters ripped across the East Coast and disrupted workplace commutes from Maine to Virginia. Delaware got the brunt of several storms, but employees of CSC, the Delaware-based provider of business, legal, tax and digital brand services, were prepared for whatever…

Kim Willson has worked in community organizations, nonprofits and Fortune 500 companies. But she’s always had an interest in politics. As a lobbyist for Ruggerio Willson & Associates, she works on a number of issues important to both small and large businesses. You spoke at the recent Small Business Day event organized by the Delaware…

Delaware made Frontier Business’s list of the 10 Friendliest States for Online Businesses. The communications services company based the ranking on economic climate, workforce, technological capabilities, as well as technology infrastructure such as broadband speed, access, business phone, and business bundles. “Delaware may be small, but the tax perks are big. The “Incorporation Capital of America,” claims…

This Saturday, April 28, Delawareans can empty out their medicine cabinets at 24 locations in Kent, Sussex and New Castle counties.  The event will mark Delaware’s 16th Drug Take-Back Day. The Drug Enforcement Administration first organized the twice-a-year event back in 2010 to help dispose of extra prescription drugs. The 2015 National Survey on Drug…