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Chemours ends its fiscal year with $7 million in profit after paying out a costly settlement to thousands of people claiming the DuPont spinoff is responsible for their cancer diagnoses.

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Delaware’s 25 farmers’ markets showed strong sales last year, despite a wet spring and humid summer. 


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DuPont and its spinoff, Chemours, will pay $670.7 million to settle the roughly 3,500 lawsuits alleging the dumping of chemicals caused cancer in nearby communities.

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The Delaware Department of Justice wants people to watch out for bogus online lead generators and list services.

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More good news for First State motorists Delaware at the gas pump last week.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average cost of a gallon of regular fell another 4 cents over the past seven days – from $2.22 to $2.18.

That’s the fourth straight week drivers have seen prices drop, and they’ve rolled back 22 in that one month span. reports nearly a dozen stations are charging $2.08 or less – mainly in New Castle and Newark.

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The British drugmaker, which has its U.S. headquarters just outside Wilmington, said the company saw a 13 percent revenue decline after its cholesterol drug Crestor lost patent protection.

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DuPont announced Tuesday it’s has agreed to sell the historic Hotel du Pont in downtown Wilmington to the Buccini/Pollin Group.


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Delaware drivers saw another break at the gas pump last week. 

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average cost of a gallon of regular fell another 8 cents over the past seven days – from $2.30 to $2.22.

DuPont’s plan to invest $200 million into its Experimental Station campus in Wilmington is quickly bearing fruit.


Nemours Children’s Health System announced Thursday it will be moving its biomedical research to DuPont’s Experimental Station.

A manufacturing partnership at Delaware Tech is getting a boost from federal grant money.


The Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership announced this week it will receive $2.5 million in federal funding to support its work with medium and small manufacturers in the First State.