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NEW YORK - The stock market rose Tuesday as investors waited to find out when the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates.
WASHINGTON - The agency responsible for safety on the nation's roads was years late in detecting a deadly problem with General Motors cars and lacks the expertise to oversee increasingly complex vehicles, congressional Republicans charged in a report Tuesday.
The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority will seek "expressions of interest" to develop the 200 acres known as Southport, at the eastern end of the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia.
The mall landlord that controls the Philadelphia area's biggest shopping areas is giving each a face-lift, in hopes they will remain destinations amid the relentless rise of online and smartphone-based retail.
In a Philadelphia-area pharmaceutical takeover attempt, Endo International P.L.C. Tuesday offered to buy all of the shares of Auxilium Pharmaceuticals for $2.2 billion.
In the Region RAIT in $21.5M settlement Commercial real estate investment firm RAIT Financial Trust, of Philadelphia, said its investment adviser...
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited JC Stucco and Stone Inc., of Lansdowne, with three willful and three repeat safety violations, for allegedly exposing workers to potential falls while applying stucco to the exterior of a residential construction site in South Philadelphia in March. Proposed penalties total $235,700.
When the Pennsylvania subsidiary of the German company Aerzen became a competence center for its new line of turbo blowers, one problem emerged:
The Street: Understand this: there are ways to make timeshares work. But one way that does not work is paying full retail price.
AstraZeneca has signed a partnership deal with U.S. rival Eli Lilly that could earn the British company up to $500 million if a promising - but risky - experimental Alzheimer's drug proves successful.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - After a day of public pressure from angry fans and concerned sponsors, the Minnesota Vikings have reversed course and placed star running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt-commissioner's permission list, a move that will require him to stay away from the team while he addresses child abuse charges in Texas.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Adrian Peterson has been one of the most popular and marketable stars in the NFL, an approachable superstar with an inspirational comeback story that made him an endorser's dream.
BEAVERTON, Ore. (AP) - LeBron James had some business to take care before rejoining the Cleveland Cavaliers for training camp.
DALLAS, Ore. (AP) - The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards arrived 45 minutes late for his arraignment Tuesday on a charge that he violated his probation in Oregon.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans, Japanese and many Europeans aren't sold on the benefits of trade. They doubt that global economic ties create jobs or raise wages, an international survey conducted by the Pew Research Center shows.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury securities trimmed their holdings in July after hitting a record level in June. The two biggest purchasers, China and Japan, both cut back.
NEW YORK (AP) - Endo International PLC says it is making an unsolicited offer for Auxilium Pharmaceuticals that values Auxilium at $28.10 per share.
One of the NFL's biggest sponsors says it isn't happy.
The epic swoon of Atlantic City continued Tuesday as Trump Plaza was put out of its stained-carpet, squeaky-revolving-door, no-room-service-center-of-the-Boardwalk misery as its dedicated hospice workers dealt a final hand of blackjack.
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