Backed by companies with a combined $1.8 trillion in market capitalization on Wall Street and hundreds of thousands of employees, the new Boston venture could bring big changes to a health-care industry with bloated costs and massive bureaucracy.
The United States Traffic Network, the traffic-information company in Malvern, announced that it would cease supplying traffic maps, personalities and information to Entercom Communications radio stations nationwide on Friday, effectively shutting down.
Hundreds of thousands of Philadelphia-area residents - and millions of Americans - will have to reboot their over-the-air televisions because the government has relocated their frequencies. But cable- or satellite-TV customers, including those with Verizon Fios TV, don't have to rescan their televisions because signals come over cable or satellite.
BeIN Sports, which televises European soccer leagues, pulled its soccer games and other sports content on Wednesday from the Comcast Corp., the nation's biggest cable operator, after it failed to reach a new distribution agreement.
New poles for 5G could lead to driver-less cars and robotic deliveries. But a statewide municipal group warns that the current bill is a giveaway to the telecom industry and threatens local control of public rights of way.
The U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey has charged Jeremy Hare with allegedly defrauding a California commercial financing firm of $400,000 between last June and August. Hare had been disciplined in his prior career as a stock adviser.
Accolade - which is backed by $200 million in venture funds, and with 500 of its 850 employees in Plymouth Meeting - seeks to cut the corporate health-care costs that Warren Buffett says are a "tapeworm" eating away at private industry's profits.