CHOP is pairing with an Australia's Zelda Therapeutics for what some advocates say could be the first major effort in the U.S. to study the effects of medical marijuana in children with autism.
Philly-based Philly Pretzel Factory hopes to challenge the bagel in Manhattan as it nears 20 years in business.
Moody's rated the debt on the Denver-based company that wants to buy the Revel Casino for $200 million, plus spend another $175 million, to renovate and reopen it next May. But owner Glenn Straub denied anything is happening.
The estimated 78 million Americans with criminal records are a rich target for websites that collect mug shots from police departments and sheriffs' offices and typically charge hundreds or thousands of dollars to have the photos removed.
You can access Checkbook's ratings of area plumbers free until Jan. 10, 2018 at www.checkbook.org/inquirer/plumbers It pays to shop around.
Following legalization, the rate of adolescent marijuana use in Colorado has fallen to its lowest level in nearly a decade, according to new federal survey data.
An MSCI study published this month shows just seven companies in its key global index, comprised of more than 2,500 members, have boards that are dominated by women. But of these seven, more than half have outperformed their industry peers.
The Women Presidents' Organization and 100 Black Men of Philadelphia joined at the Warwick Hotel Dec. 5 to recognize this year's "influential women business leaders [promoting] economic security."
The pass-through provisions may be the most complicated and fraught with uncertainties in terms of how they will play out and the potential cost to Uncle Sam.
Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
The FBI is looking into management and finances at the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority is reintroducing to Philadelphia the convenience of paying for parking through a smartphone app.
Eight City Council members supported measures to prohibit additional gambling opportunities within Philadelphia's borders. Council will take a final vote next week.