The acquisition by the Montgomery County community bank would expand its operations in Delaware and add deposits of about $250 million.
The Narberth-based bank holding company announced cuts in jobs and expenses in reporting a fifth straight annual loss.
The privately held software developer said the Middle East and Africa were the fastest-growing regions for its infrastructure products and services last year.
The drugmaker with U.S. headquarters in Wayne will acquire a California company that has been developing a treatment for dry eyes.
The Radnor venture capital firm said it will liquidate the holdings of a fund started in 1999 and sell about $4 million worth of its large stake in Rubicon Technology.
The Wayne-based information technology firm and its 130 employees are being acquired less than four years after its formation via a four-company merger.
The move will add two counties to the New York City territory already controlled by the Pennsauken-based bottler.
One of the most active venture capital investors has been chosen by the City of Philadelphia to operate a seed fund that would invest in tech start-ups.
The Warrington biotechnology firm that had delayed the launch of its first drug last October now expects Surfaxin to be commercially available in a matter of weeks.
The $2.7 billion Philadelphia company said it has reached agreement with the U.S. Army to maintain operations of a munitions plant that it has operated for more than 40 years.
A new economic impact study counts 263 jobs at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center at both nonprofit and for-profit ventures in what had been a shuttered factory.
Yes, the widely watched measure of stock performance surpassed its previous nominal high, but it remains below the inflation-adjusted high set in 2000.
The defense contractor beat out Boeing and Raytheon to retain a contract that it's handled for more than 40 years with much of the work done in South Jersey.
The mayor who generally has been popular with the business community will outline his priorities for 2013 Tuesday afternoon.
All three submitted letters that were critical of how the Conshohocken bottled water producer is being run.