The award winning, digital business news service duo of the Delaware Business Bulletin and DelawareBusinessDaily.com head into a second year as the leading provider of breaking news and analysis of Delaware’s business environment.
Launched in 2013, the weekly Delaware Business Bulletin electronic business journal and it’s companion website DelawareBusinessDaily.com, provide timely business news coverage to the business community in a state that is reporting one of the fastest rates of job growth among the 50 states.
“The Bulletin is designed for the business owner and manager who wants to catch up on the week’s news without wading through other media options,” says Doug Rainey, publisher and founder.
Rainey has a quarter-century of experience in business journalism. He served as the editor of two business journals and led the effort to produce the first book of lists in Delaware.
The Bulletin is published in a format that is ideal for reading on tablet, computer or smartphone with a larger screen. The design allows for easy reading and includes links to related content. The result is a rich experience that combines the best features of print and online.
For those seeking quicker access to stories, the cover page of the weekly Bulletin contains links to top news stories for the week.
The Bulletin works in partnership with the DelawareBusinessDaily.com website, which offers free access to the latest business news, as well as an easy-to-search archive containing more than 4,300 posts. The Bulletin/website also has an active social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
The site was recently honored in the category of Best Local Blogger in the 2014 News Journal Readers’ Choice Awards competition.
Delaware is the incorporation domicile of many of America’s leading companies, as well as the worldwide headquarters for DuPont and W.L. Gore and Associates. Delaware remains a financial hub with blue chip employers such as JPMorgan Chase, Capital One, Bank of America and Citi.
The state’s business-friendly environment includes a legal infrastructure that includes a world-renowned corporate legal community as well as Chancery Court, the leading venue for adjudicating complex corporate disputes.
Technology-based businesses are also flocking to the state, which ranks near the top of the nation in the percentage of residents with advanced degrees. Delaware was recently ranked by cloud service provider Akami as having the fastest broadband access among the nation’s 50 states.
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