The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board on Friday voted to hire financial and legal advisers to help pursue Gov. Wolf's proposal to borrow $1.25 billion against future profits of the state's alcoholic beverage...
Securities trades recently reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission by officers, directors, and principal shareholders of corporations based or having sizable employment in the Philadelphia area. Titles are as reported to the SEC.
jTreasury Auctions 4-week bills, Oct. 24; 3-month, 6-month bills, Oct. 23; 1-year bills, Nov. 7; 2-year notes, Oct. 24; 3-year notes, Nov. 7; 5-year notes, Oct. 25; 7-year notes, Oct. 26; 10-year notes, Nov. 8; 30-year notes, Nov. 9; 5-year TIPS, Dec. 21; 10-year TIPS, Nov. 9; 30-year TIPS, Oct. 31
A survey of companies with up to $100 million in annual revenue found that 30 percent of those owned by women were able to get bank loans during the previous three months, compared to half of all companies surveyed.
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Amazon's decision will be transformational for that city, and not only because of the tens of thousands of good new jobs. The company's presence is sure to be the catalyst for growth in other high-flying, innovate technology companies.
Comcast and tech giants Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Apple and Samsung are racing to develop voice platforms. "Voice is so intuitive because everyone knows how to talk," says Comcast executive Tony Werner.
Since the Equifax hack, the black-market cost of your personal data has gotten so cheap, they're almost giving you away.
There is concern that the proposed Atlantic City Electric building would ruin the town's historic look.
In towns large and small, health officials have had to go begging for more money to cover the explosive growth of autopsies, toxicology tests, and overtime hours.
To some, it's the best antivirus security software. To others, a devil in disguise.
Wall Street capped a week with no shortage of milestones with a few more Friday.
U.S. stocks closed modestly higher, lifting the Standard & Poor's 500 index to its fifth record close in a row. The Dow Jones industrial average, which crossed past the 23,000 mark for the first time on Wednesday, also...
Funds at the Philadelphia Foundation will support LGBT causes in perpetuity, thanks to Mel Heifetz' generosity.
GlaxoSmithKline wins U.S. regulatory approval to commercialize its shingles vaccine, Shingrix, which offered 90 percent protection against the virus in older adults.
On Nov. 28, Jefferson Health will honor Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson, at its annual Award of Merit dinner. Government investigations and product-liability lawsuits filled 13 pages in J&J's last annual report - so many the company says it is "not feasible" to predict what it will pay for damages...
The Pennsylvania Department of Health revoked the license of St. Francis Center for Rehabilitation & Healthcare and installed a temporary manager at the Darby nursing home after an August inspection found that a patient had been neglected.
Merck will cut 1,800 sales jobs nationwide, but add 960 to a new 'chronic care' sales force. Merck does not know how many cuts will be local. Merck employs more than 12,000 in Pennsylvania, and is the largest private employer in Montgomery County.