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Beebe transitions billing to Ensemble Health Partners

Beebe Healthcare has announced that the health care system has signed an agreement with Ensemble Health Partners to move its billing operations.

Chemours audit finds execs violate ethics code

Chemours’ internal audit has found that three executives, including CEO Mark Newman, violated the company’s ethics code to alter the appearance of cash flow targets dating back to the end of 2022.

Agilent names veteran exec. McDonnell as next CEO

Padraig McDonnell has been named as the next CEO of Agilent, as its current leader Mike McMullen prepares to retire.

ILC Dover continues manufacturing legacy with space living fabric

ILC Dover is still in the space game. it’s now helping create the foundation of a space habitat that could someday usher in a new way of living and working.

VIEWPOINT: International competition locks on U.S. biotech Industry

Delaware BioScience Association President Michael Fleming talks about international competition and how federal regulations can hamper our innovation.
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Carney touts economic wins, game plan in final address

Gov, Carney's final state of the state outlined wins and financial security as the main goal in his last year in office.

Delaware biotech companies face ‘careful navigation’ to success

To continue to develop cutting-edge treatments to cure cancer and other serious issues, Delaware's bioscience companies look for the best team possible and those who believe in their mission.

Italian Baker Anthony Serpe dies at 87

Anthony Serpe Sr., retired Italian baker and business man behind Serpe & Sons Bakery, has died at the age of 87.

Springboard Collaborative takes aim at homelessness

The Springboard Collaborative aims to address homelessness by introducing small villages to house those in need – and provide support services right there.

Compact Membrane Systems to expand lab space

With plans to expand its membrane manufacturing, Compact Membrane Systems, Inc. is investing in a new $3.1 million laboratory and plans to add 50 technology workers in the next three years.
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