Letter to Readers: The Daily Herald launches the new Suburban Business section

 
Posted1/9/2022 1:00 AM

To our readers,

Welcome to the new Suburban Business, the voice for local business.

 

We're folding the best of the Business Ledger into the Daily Herald to expand our coverage for local businesses as well as for local business readers.

Suburban Business is designed for a climate that is less connected to physical offices that may no longer dominate the post-pandemic business routine and more responsive to the rapid changes businesses and consumers need to master.

You'll get Daily Herald Suburban Business Tuesdays through Saturdays, too. The chunks will be smaller on weekdays, but just as relevant.

We're going to honor the best of suburban business with recognition programs like The Best Places to Work, Diversity in Business, Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards and Influential Women in Business. And we're going to be building Focus segments like Banking & Finance, Economic Development, Manufacturing and other important business segments.

Meanwhile, we aim to make the new web home -- dailyherald.com/business -- so vital that you will be referencing it every day. We want it to be a tool you use to stay on top of the business news around you, a tool to help you network, a tool to help you catch up to local business news as it happens.

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We hope you enjoy the improved coverage.

Scott Stone

President/Chief Operating Officer

M. Eileen Brown

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Orrin Schwarz

Suburban Business Editor

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