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If you're looking for the latest news, commentary and money-saving tips from the business scene in York County, you've come to the right place. York Common Cents is the sounding board for the biz staff and those interested in money at the York Daily Record/ Sunday News.
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Heading into the biggest retail weekend of the year, one downtown York merchant has a message for his customers. Well, 99 percent of them (according to a post on his Facebook page). “You suck.” It’s an unusual sentiment for a … Continue reading →
Join @corpwellness and me, @MissEClare, for a #FitAtWork chat this Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST on Twitter. Focus: The Culture of Wellness in your Workplace. We’re going to be asking and answering questions about creating and maintaining healthy workplaces. What … Continue reading →
TheStreet highlights a report on the Top tweeters for small businesses.
Spent the morning working at the Yorktowne Hotel. I think I’ll do that more often. It’s a quiet place, free of the ruckus that comes with diners and gas stations. It was lovely sipping coffee at the OffCenter Grill while … Continue reading →
Yesterday, I talked about my reaction to $3.93 per gallon gasoline but how we might be close to the end of the skyrocketing prices. I figured I am spending about $7 per week more now on gas than I was … Continue reading →
Social media has changed the way we communicate today – but it hasn’t changed one key element of business communication: the business card. The business card is still the main way to make contacts and pass along your information quickly … Continue reading →
A friend turned me on to this Twitter account the other day. He knows I’m a business reporter. He also knows that I’m easily amused and intrigued by irrationally arrogant behavior. Take, for example, remarks like this one. And conversations … Continue reading →
With the “Occupy Wall Street” protests surging past the one month mark and their movement spreading across the world – including to York – there’s a lot of deep political discussions happening right now. But never fear, one blogger has … Continue reading →
I woke up to a surprising email in my inbox and segment on my favorite morning show, Good Morning America: Netflix is splitting in two, creating a new company, “Qwikster.” It’s a surprise move coming from a company that is … Continue reading →
So, just a recap, last week, the editors here gave me an iPad to use on my reporting adventures. I had my first experience with it during my Saturday shift. Around 9 a.m., my editor heard something about a possible … Continue reading →