Remington Outdoor, the second-largest U.S. gunmaker has suffered a "rapid" and "sharp" deterioration in sales and a similar drop in profits since January.
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Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
The Philadelphia-area sites are not part of the units targeted for job cuts.
eLocal, the Conshohocken-based "performance-based advertising company," has raised $25 million from investors.
In all, Entercom-CBS Radio now own and operate 244 radio stations in 47 markets, reaching 100 million listeners. Among the stations already owned by Entercom were six CBS Radio stations in Philadelphia: WIP; KYW; WTDY; WXTU; WPHT; and WOGL.
Or maybe it's a coworker. Document everything, and before you start, think how you want the complaint process to end.
The gun club owner says he's just supporting veterans. Does that include black veterans who support the NFL players and white veterans like former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, who recently wrote that he was proud to protect the rights of those who wish to protest?
On construction sites, apprentice carpenters work side-by-side with journeyman pros. Now, CVS wants to take that same model to train pharmacy techs in Pennsylvania. In other states, pharmacy tech apprenticeship programs have reduced turnover, important in a tightening labor market.
Amazon can install machines producing up to 25 million pieces of clothing a year - enough to print a colorful shirt and pant set for every Pennsylvanian. The goal is likely for the online giant to dominate another industry.
The new U.S. Senate and House tax plans would restrict tax-free municipal bond sales, forcing hospitals, colleges, and governments to consider interest-rate swaps, which were often linked with "misuse and abuse" during the last recession.
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Viewers are abandoning traditional pay TV in droves, pressuring Big Media to get even bigger to survive.
That's why Murdoch, 86, is entertaining the idea of selling assets after decades of amassing TV and film properties.
In some corners, it's already happening. And this year's holiday shopping bonanza is expected to top last year's total sales, with online purchases also increasing.