WPCS International Inc., an Exton engineering-services firm, said today that it won $10 million worth of contracts.
DETROIT - Nearly every major automaker reported its U.S. sales dropped in August, but many are saying there are signs the worst slump in recent history may have bottomed out.
Philadelphia-based can-maker Crown Holdings Inc. says it is building a beverage-can plant in Kechnec, in eastern Slovakia.
The graffiti-marred building will be torn down to make way for the new gateway to Campbell Soup's expanding headquarters
The Philadelphia area's manufacturing industry contracted in July for the eighth straight month as companies struggled with higher raw-material costs, according to a closely watched monthly survey from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank.
WPCS International Inc., an Exton engineering services provider, said today that it has won a total of $8 million in new contracts.
WorldWater & Solar Technologies Corp., Ewing, developer and marketer of proprietary high-power solar systems, announced today that it has begun work on a $4 million contract installing solar systems for Ocean City.
MIDDLEBURG, Pa. - A Snyder County company that makes potato chips is having trouble because of the weather.
WASHINGTON - Orders to U.S. factories turned in the weakest performance in three months in May, reflecting slumping demand for autos, heavy machinery and steel.
A Philadelphia family of four needs to make more than $50,000 a year just to survive, according to a study being released today.
Two years of delayed demolition work on the Convention Center expansion have taken a toll: The project's first-phase costs are at least $20 million higher than anticipated, according to sources close to the project.