Vermont Business Magazine The following is a statement from the manufacturer of Zohydro ER, a recently approved opioid pain management medication. Governor Shumlin, in an effort to limit the abuse of prescription opioids because of their relationship to an ongoing opioid abuse problem in Vermont, through prescription medication and heroin, has called on the FDA to reverse its approval of Zohydro. The advocacy groups referenced below suggest that a broader approach needs to be taken than banning just one medication.
by Hilary Niles vtdigger.org Workforce development emerged Wednesday as a wobbly cornerstone of economic development legislation being negotiated between two key House and Senate committees.
A single bill encapsulates both committees’ visions for Vermont’s economy. S.220 contains provisions for entrepreneurial lending, access to credit for small businesses, energy costs for manufacturers, domestic export promotion, computer crimes, intellectual property, demographics and tourism, to name a few.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) today reported first quarter 2014 as-reported earnings of $401.2 million, or $2.24 per share, compared with $161.4 million, or 90 cents per share, for first quarter 2013. On an operational basis, Entergy's first quarter 2014 earnings were $410.1 million, or $2.29 per share, compared with $167.7 million, or 94 cents per share, in first quarter 2013. Entergy is the owner of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon, which is scheduled to close at the end of this year.
The King Arthur Flour Company has announced a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new manufacturing facility will take place at 4:30 pm Thursday, May 1 at 117 Billings Farm Road.
“The new facility will improve our flexibility, capacity and efficiency,” said Dean Hopkins, Director of Manufacturing. King Arthur Flour produces and packages over 275 premium-quality baking mixes, tools and ingredients in its Vermont location for retail sale through its wholesale customers, Baker’s Catalogue and Vermont store.