Fast-growing warehouse network set to begin deliveries
The specialty chain — a mainstay of strip shopping centers since the 1960s — will disappear in the coming months after parent firm Charming Shoppes was acquired.
HARRISBURG - A takeout-only policy for beer sales at a Sheetz convenience store is not allowed by state law, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
Elizabeth Wellington: During the last decade of conspicuous consumption, all it took was an exorbitant price tag and an "it" label for an item to be considered luxury. But as everyone tries to survive these frightening financial times, luxury shoppers and retailers are rethinking what defines high fashion...
Alison Krywucki took along her brother yesterday when she went to Best Buy in Plymouth Meeting to buy a 32-inch high-definition television as an anniversary gift for her boyfriend.
Working on a Sunday, Mayor Nutter signed zoning legislation yesterday that helps clear the way for Foxwoods Casino to put a 3,000-machine slots parlor in the Gallery at Market East.
Ordinarily, Philadelphia jeweler Matthew Sulby said, he'd be "feeling butterflies" about now, laying in inventory ahead of the exciting Christmas season that for decades made his cash register overflow.
NEW YORK - Grabbing a bite at a restaurant this fall could be a bargain - depending, that is, on what you order.
Red Bull and a host of liquid competitors, according to a food trends analyst, have led to this: People want a buzz from their food, too.
CHICAGO - Best Buy Co. Inc. plans to add a dozen vending kiosks inside major airports across the country as part of a new pilot program called "Best Buy Express," company executives said.
Boscov's, the nation's oldest family-owned department store chain, is expanding for the first time since emerging from bankruptcy. The company says...
LITTLE ROCK - Tyson Foods Inc., the world's largest meat company, saw its profit drop 90 percent for its third quarter because of the rising cost of grain with which to feed chicken.
Wawa sells 70 million hoagies a year.
"If you know anyone who makes more, I'd like to meet them," says Philadelphia bread-factory owner Leonard Amoroso Jr.