Delaware daily roundup: Leadership changes; Join our Slack; Chemours shakeup

Plus, Delaware will host social equity workshops for people that have been impacted by marijuana criminalization.


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Power Moves: Tech leadership changes in DE

When Carvertise moved into its new, spacious headquarters on the Wilmington Riverfront last summer, its CEO Mac Macleod said that he was planning for big growth. So far, that’s panning out, as the recent appointment of James Stover as vice president of revenue operations shows.

Plus, a new executive role for ChristianaCare and more.

➡️ Read my full report here.

Join us at Builders, in person or on Slack

Thursday is the Builders Conference, a daylong gathering focused on building better ecosystems, companies and careers. We’re expecting people from our five main markets and 15 other states, plus some other countries, too.

Tickets support our journalism, and we’re excited to see hundreds of you there. But the thousands of you who can’t make it in person can also join the conversation — on our open community Slack. We’ll be posting in the #general channel, with a thread for each of the dozen-plus sessions, and we welcome comments from everyone. Also stay tuned for our reported recaps publishing next week.

➡️ Join the Slack channel here, for Builders updates and more.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• Financial irregularities caused a shakeup at chemicals company Chemours. Now, here come the lawsuits and a federal probe. [Delaware Online]

• The state announced a $635 Delaware River container port project in Edgemoor.  [Delaware Business Now]

• Delaware will host social equity workshops for people that have been impacted by marijuana criminalization. [Delaware Business Times]

• Here’s what the Wilmington Learning Collaborative found out from its first report on city schools. [Town Square LIVE]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Tuesday, May 14 — Delaware School Board Elections [Details here]

• Wednesday, May 22 —  Tech Forum’s AI in DE Event at Theatre N [Details here]

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