Drayer relocates to Mount Joy County ranks 5th as corporate site Hess to get rid of gas stations Schilling seeks lawsuit's dismissal Eastern Insurance boosts dividend
Drayer Physical Therapy Institute has relocated its Elizabethtown center to 755 E. Main St., Mount Joy, the former home of Dynamic Physical Therapy.
The 5,200-square-foot Mount Joy location, with seven employees, opened Friday under the leadership of clinical director Andrea Cheddar. The Elizabethtown location had opened Jan. 30, 2012.
Lancaster County is among the most attractive places for corporations to locate or expand, Site Selection magazine said Monday.
The county ranked fifth among metropolitan areas its size -- populations between 200,000 and 1 million -- with 33 corporate facility investments in 2012.
Leading the category was Dayton, Ohio, with 53 projects, followed by Tulsa, Okla. (41), Omaha, Neb. (38), and Baton Rouge, La. (34).
Among states, Pennsylvania placed third with 430 projects, trailing Texas (761) and Ohio (491).
NEW YORK (AP) -- Hess is getting out of the gas station business and ridding itself of its energy trading and marketing businesses, as it shifts its focus further into exploration and production.
The company also will nominate a slate of six independent directors to its board, replacing six that already hold seats.
Hedge fund Elliott Management, which holds a 4 percent stake in Hess, is pushing to seat five outsiders on the board, but Hess rejected Elliott's nominees Monday.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling asked a Rhode Island judge to dismiss a state economic development agency's lawsuit over its $75 million loan guarantee for his now-defunct video game company, calling claims he and fellow executives misled the agency "implausible."
Attorneys representing Schilling and others at his former startup, 38 Studios, on Friday filed documents asking Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein to throw out the lawsuit alleging fraud, racketeering and conspiracy.
Eastern Insurance Holdings on Friday raised its quarterly common stock dividend by 2 cents, to 9 cents a share. The new dividend is payable March 29 to shareholders of record March 15.