Prices Corner Rugged Warehouse to become Gabe’s

A  Rugged Wearhouse store west of Wilmington  will be converted to its Gabe’s brand. The current store was closed for expansion and remodeling and will reopen as Gabe’s in June.  The new Gabe’s is at  3202 Kirkwood Highway in the Prices Corner Shopping Center in Wilmington.  Gabe’s will have a larger selection of famous brand […]

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Thief Reboot Dev Responds To Rumors Of New Game — “Forget It”

The studio head at Thief reboot developer Eidos Montreal has responded to the rumors that the team is working on a new Thief game. David Anfossi shared a humorous picture today of a fake Thief 5 screen to shut down the speculation–it’s not happening, apparently.

He joked, “Apparently we’re developing Thief 5 game! So now we have a title… We just have to build a team, a budget… Forget it!”

Eidos Montreal recently celebrated its 10th anniversary as a studio. In a blog post celebrating the milestone, the studio revealed that development on Thief started all the way back in 2008. Eidos Montreal, which was acquired by Square Enix in 2009, also worked on Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

The studio is now working on an all-new Avengers game in partnership with Marvel.

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Community Reinvestment Action Council moving to longtime bank building

DCRAC, the Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council, Inc., is moving its main office to 600 South Harrison Street in Wilmington, in  2017. The building itself is a gift from Fulton Bank and grants from three organizations were instrumental in renovating the structure with the purpose of serving our community. In time, this building will also […]

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Dow’s Liveris will stick around until July 2018

Dow Chemical Company announced  that CEO Andrew Liveris will retire from the company in summer 2018.  Liveris will serve as Executive Chairman of DowDuPont from closing of the DowDuPont merger transaction (anticipated to occur in August 2017) through April 1, 2018. Liveris  will become Chairman through July 1, 2018, at which time he will retire from […]

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