From Cliff's Shoe Shine to First Decisions barbershop to the body oil shop of Dilwar Hussain, here are some of the businesses that have made 40th Street their home for decades, even as the corridor and...
As brands fade to obscurity, yet retain some value, savvy entrepreneurs are buying them cheap and reimaging their use in hopes of a windfall down the line.
LONDON (AP) - Fast-food fans were in a flutter Monday after most of the 900 KFC outlets in the U.K. and Ireland were forced to close because of a shortage of chicken.
Jonathan Brassington had a half-billion-dollar secret at the Super Bowl: He couldn't tell his guests he'd just sold LiquidHub.
Among for-profit hospital companies nationally, Universal Health Services Inc., of King of Prussia, will benefit the most on a percentage basis from the lower corporate tax rate and other changes in U.S. tax laws that took effect this year.
Some cities and regions are highlighting racial diversity along with positive business climates, competitive tax rates and available land in pitches to lure tech companies and high-paying jobs to town.
"Their website was down during the most volatile trading hours," noted "Rudeboy." "That's like an employer locking his workers in the factory and saying, 'Look! No turnover!'"
Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
The penthouse features two roof decks, an in-unit elevator, and hardwood floors throughout. If the deal closes, Dranoff will come close to selling out the condo tower.
Campbell Soup Co. posted another quarter of weak financial results, as soup sales fell because of a problem with a major customer and its Campbell's Fresh unit continued to struggle. Pepperidge Farm was a bright spot.
Adherents of Vanguard founder John Bogle share investment knowledge, flinty bargains and tips for the low-cost lifestyle. The group turns 20 this year.
The teen retailer officially moved its corporate headquarters staff to 701 Market St. into the Lit building in the last week. The Philly company continues to grow at a rapid clip, which necessitated the move.
Big-business spending depends on customer demand, not U.S. tax cuts, says S&P's Andrew Chang. "A tax change does not impact capital spending."