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Wilmington wins $15 million digital financial tech company headquarters

Betsy Price Business, Headlines

      A company that digitally links cash management accounts will build a $15.37 million headquarters and customer service center in Wilmington, in hopes of adding 395 new jobs. Investor Cash Management will become the newest addition to the city’s hub of financial companies. The company, which started in 2018 and now employs 30, offers a platform as a …

Company providing tissue, cell cultures will double its Delaware workforce

Betsy Price Business, Headlines

Analytical Biological Services will add new labs and about 35 new employees.   A Delaware-paid $4.2 million renovation of a New Castle biological services company will set the stage for it to double its workforce in the First State. Analytical Biological Services Inc. is retrofitting 30,000 square feet of space in New Castle for its new office headquarters and lab …

Med tech company will use $2.2 million in Delaware grants to expand

Charlie Megginson Business, Headlines

  Hologic Inc. says it will expand by 100,000 square feet and add 225 new jobs in manufacturing, product development, process and technical support.   Massachusetts-based medical technology company Hologic Inc. plans to invest $24 million to expand its Delaware operations at the Glasgow Business Community.  Supporting the company’s plans are $2.2 million in taxpayer-funded grants from the Delaware Strategic …

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Delaware grants pave way for Siemens expansion in Glasgow

Charles Megginson Business, Headlines

Siemens Healthineers plans to add 29,000 square feet to its existing facility at the Glasgow Business Community.   Medical technologies company Siemens Healthineers is investing $32 million to expand its footprint in Glasgow. The company plans to add 29,000 square feet to its existing facility located at the Glasgow Business Community park off Route 896, according to a Monday press …