LOS ANGELES (AP) - Apple is getting into business with the prestigious Sesame Workshop.
U.S. security officials will require more screening of powdered substances in carry-on bags on international flights headed to the United States starting June 30.
The Walt Disney Co.s new offer is 36 percent higher than the $52 billion deal it reached with 21st Century Fox in December. Some analysts expect Comcast to counter.
Revolution Development Group's proposed tower at Second and Race would encompass 117 hotel guest rooms on its lower stories, with 24 condominium units on its top nine floors.
Bethlehem City Council on Tuesday voted to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana, making the penalty like a traffic fine.
The development was once dominated by the original branch of the now-defunct Gimbels department store chain, which was demolished in the late 1970s when the store moved to the then-newly built Gallery.
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. existing home sales slipped 0.4 percent in May, as the prolonged shortage of properties on the market is deterring home-buying.
The Commonwealth gets back a few million dollars from Citibank, the third bank in a multistate settlement over LIBOR manipulation.
Here's a ranking of the Philly area's fastest growing companies.
Greenphire, a financial software provider for clinical trials, is partnering with ride-share company Lyft to help clinical trial sites book rides for participants and reimburse them for any transportation costs.
Vanguard Group bought more than $2.2 billion worth of data-tower stocks and $1.2 billion of construction-timber stocks from January through last month, and plans to buy more shares of the handful of real estate investment trusts (REITs) in each sector, according to a report.
CHOP plans 52-bed hospital in King of Prussia, but the facility is not expected to open until 2021.
CVS claims it is the first national chain to offer this service in the Philadelphia area.
Charles-Edouard Gros engineered a remarkable financial turnaround at the four nursing homes he bought in 2014 from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Then came a raft of quality problems, with the state revoking the license of one of them.