The program is expanding to add 13 more commercial growers and 23 dispensary operators. A new research enterprise involving med schools will parallel the established commercial program.
A passenger who was bumped off a full flight has scored the maximum prize - a $10,000 travel voucher.
"Gulftainer's proposal was the best, and they have been selected to negotiate final terms," said Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock, the Wilmington Port board chairman.
Bala Cynwyd businessman Gary Alan Frank used the traditional tools of a Ponzi scheme to maintain the allusion of growth at the Legal Coverage Group Ltd.: Attracting new money to pay off old debts.
What makes Mastodon attractive, particularly in a post-#deletefacebook world, is its more protective attitude toward data and control - two issues that now bedevil Facebook.
"The message that I try to always give the young women who work for me is: 'Well, first of all, I've asked for every job I've ever gotten. I've asked for every promotion I've ever gotten."
Fitch Ratings on Thursday downgraded Einstein Healthcare Network's credit rating to "junk" bond status.
Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
The mother-and-son development team were granted a permit to build five new floors with homes and offices atop the existing four-story dance club property at 1201 Vine St.
For the first time ever, NBC Sports Philadelphia will broadcast a Phillies game exclusively online and not on television: the April 3 road game against the New York Mets.
Jones Day law firm has been hired to investigate. A student has sued. After soaring to the top of U.S. News' rankings, Temple's online MBA program has admitted that it misstated its numbers.
"We are closer and closer to having a complete facility" that was supposed to be finished in 2015.
Token sales to individuals in Philly will end next month.