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A US Airways executive told the Independence Business Alliance on Monday that Philadelphia's largest airline was pursuing and seriously committed to diversity in its workforce.
Campbell Soup Co. shares tumbled Monday despite a rebound in U.S. soup sales and an increased earnings forecast for the fiscal year that ends in July.
Urban Outfitters Inc. is the high-profile local company that shareholder activists are targeting once again over a lack of diversity on its board of directors.
If you have the guts to blow the whistle on a Wall Street investment fraud and approach U.S. regulators with your allegations, beware the case of Kathleen Furey.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey says he doesn't have an answer to the national need for balance in creating health-care financing solutions, but he knows that National Institutes of Health funding helps put and keep jobs in the Philadelphia region.
NEW YORK - As a teenager, Tumblr chief executive officer David Karp would canvass the streets of the Upper West Side, offering to build websites for local businesses. After his freshman year of high school, the computer-savvy youth decided to drop out to devote more time to his passion for technology.
In the Region Cabot begins Pa. fracking with gas Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. became the latest exploration company - and the first in northeastern Pennsylvania...
NEW YORK - Small-company stocks were a bright spot in a slow and choppy start to the week for Wall Street.
Urban Outfitters Inc., the hipster retailer headquartered at the Navy Yard, reported Monday that it had record quarterly revenue and a 39 percent increase in profit after reining in store markdowns.
The Street: As someone who's spent much of his brewing career pouring big beers into relatively little cans, Oskar Blues founder Dale Katechis has made condensing his life's work.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has given final approval to the reorganization plan of failed battery maker A123 Systems Inc., which was the recipient of a $249 million Department of Energy grant.
Small-company stocks were a bright spot in a subdued start to the week for Wall Street.
Americans got better about paying their credit card debt on time in the first three months of the year, a period when many borrowers use income tax returns to tackle their holiday season debt.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said late Monday he will begin tapping into two government employee retirement funds to buy more time before the U.S. Treasury is faced with the prospect of defaulting on the national debt.
Billionaire Warren Buffett isn't just Berkshire Hathaway's chairman and CEO. He's also the chief salesman.
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL: Small company stocks were a bright spot for the market in a subdued start to the week for Wall Street. The Russell 2000 index climbed above 1,000 points for the first time and ended higher Monday, even as the Dow Jones industrial average and the Standard & Poor's 500 index edged lower.
The Dow Jones industrial average and the Standard & poor's 500 index edged lower on Monday as investors waited on more information about the Federal Reserve's economic stimulus program. On Wednesday Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will appear before Congress and the central bank will release minutes of its most recent policy meeting.
The price of gold rose Monday for the first time in nearly two weeks.
The price of oil rose Monday, taking its cue from the stock market and the dollar.
Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills were mixed in Monday's auction with rates on three-month bills unchanged while rates on six-month bills rose to the highest level in five weeks.
PhillyDeals: PC Helps takes the mystery out of high tech. And the glamour. The Bala Cynwyd firm's workers, at its City Line headquarters and a larger center in Cleveland, have been fielding personal-computer "Help!" calls since Jeffrey Becker started the firm in 1992 based on his graduate-student thesis.
Diane Mastrull: Kip Anthony was a farm boy from the Midwest who went on to become a mechanical engineer at big companies doing big things. Then the small-business bug bit.