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An investment group led by George E. Norcross III and Ira Lubert announced Saturday it would bid on the bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club, adding a new player to the mix of potential owners of the Cherry Hill golf course.
The Street: Jim Cramer told his "Mad Money" TV show viewers Friday that he'll be watching Campbell's Soup on Monday because it is now overvalued against its historical average.
The Street: At some point this year, a person who claims to love beer is going to say that Garret Oliver isn't a craft brewer because of a stance his company took on excise taxes. If that happens in your presence, pull the beer out of that person's hand and pour it over his or her swollen head. They don't deserve it.
The Street: Apple iPads may be commonplace in homes and offices, but the popular tablet is now a key weapon in the U.S. Air Force's battle for efficiency.
Motorists are still seeing higher prices at the pumps in New Jersey.
The Street: A new bathroom or roof can make your home a lot more pleasant, but don't expect to recover its cost when you sell.
The Street: Walt Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger and CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves have been getting red in the face lately about Aereo, the audacious startup that's trying to make a business out of re-transmitting broadcasters' free over-the-air signal to its online subscribers.
AmerisourceBergen Corp. said regulators had cleared an agreement in which Walgreen Co. and Alliance Boots GmbH may acquire an equity stake of up to 25 percent of the wholesale pharmaceutical distributor, based in Valley Forge.
The atmosphere could be electric over a car that hopes to change the future.
Tesla Motors, the upstart maker of electric cars, opened the doors of its first area showroom Friday at the Plaza at King of Prussia.
Encouraging news about the U.S. economy is helping push stock prices higher on Wall Street.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says pessimists forecasting that the economy will not reap sizable benefits from the computer revolution are likely to be proven wrong.
THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT: Positive reports on leading economic indicators and consumer confidence gave the stock market a boost on Friday, helping stocks to their fourth consecutive week of gains.
Encouraging news about the U.S. economy pushed stock prices higher on Wall Street Friday. A gauge of future economic activity rose more than analysts had expected, as did a measure of consumer confidence, adding to evidence that the economy is steadily recovering. The Dow Jones industrial average and the Standard & Poor's 500 index ended higher for a fourth straight week.
Legislation cleared the House on Friday that would place stricter requirements on the federal agency overseeing Wall Street to assess the costs and benefits of its regulations before they are issued.
The nation's largest retail industry organization fired back Friday, outlining reasons why a legally binding global pact to make Bangladesh clothing factories safer would expose merchants to undue legal exposure. The move came as U.S. retailers face increasing pressure from a large coalition of religious groups and investors to work together to develop a plan.
The Mexican government says it has cut its economic growth forecast for 2013 from 3.5 percent to 3.1 after exports stagnated and first-quarter GDP figures came in weak.
Transocean Ltd. shareholders have voted out the oil drilling company's chairman and backed one of Carl Icahn's director nominees.
The price of oil rose to $96 a barrel on Friday on hopes that a steady recovery in the U.S. economy could boost fuel use.
After a former partner in 3B Othopaedics said he didn't get his fair share from the sale, they fired back.