The cost in human suffering as well as the millions of tax dollars Philadelphia has spent fighting the opioid epidemic are just a few of the compelling reasons the city this week rightly joined the growing...
When Amazon announced last year that it wanted to spend more than $5 billion to build a second headquarters with as many as 50,000 employees, it sparked a flurry of studies as to which metro areas had a chance to win the business that would transform most economies.
The local shopping mall is increasingly hosting job fairs as part of its changing role in communities. Mall owners welcome such events as traditional retailers struggle and malls could use the traffic.
There's a reason that the 20 cities were chosen for the semifinals of Amazon's HQ2 search.
Safeguard Scientfics Inc., a Radnor investor in technology firms, fired 15 people this week, half its staff, as part of a plan to stop investing in new companies while focusing on supporting and selling existing investments in order to distribute money to shareholders.
A developer's proposal for a mixed-use, mixed-income project could be a model for bringing small groceries to Philadelphia's food deserts.
One of Chris Christie's last acts as governor was to approve tax incentives that could total about $7 billion if Amazon decides to put its second headquarters in Newark.
The oil industry drilled 51 Atlantic offshore wells between 1976 and 1983, and hopes to resume under President Trump's plan to open most U.S. coastal waters to exploration.
Home builders used to sell on average 1.5 million to 2 million units annually, compared to 1.2 million currently, still well below historic norms. So even though its stock has nearly doubled in the last three years, Toll executives contend there is room to run.
Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
Brace yourself for a bigger heating bill. Consumption of natural gas is hitting new records in suburban Philadelphia.
K'nex is being sold by lender PNC Bank at an auction scheduled for Jan. 29.
The airline, which operates a Philadelphia hub, will launch new domestic destinations in June to seven destinations in the Midwest, the South, and the Southwest.