A sampling of crowdfunded IPOs and the portals those companies are using to raise money. In order by target funding amount.
Shareholder activists are again circling Hill International Inc., the Philadelphia-based construction-management company that built the Comcast Center.
On Thursday, Hill International will hold its annual meeting to address, among other things, a vote on whether the publicly held company (symbol: HIL) should nominate three new outside directors.
Vanguard closed to new shareholders one of its most popular dividend mutual funds Thursday, saying it topped out at $30 billion as yield-hungry investors sought to earn income on their portfolios.
Could Pennsylvania pass a mandate to teach personal finance in high schools?
Currently 17 states require students to study at least some personal finance - including Delaware and New Jersey - but not Pennsylvania.
We investors are suffering a bizarre new phenomenon - where banks and governments are "paying" negative interest rates.
Negative rates imply that customers actually pay for keeping money in the bank or in sovereign bonds, rather than receiving interest.
Is Philly a retiree's dream city? According to Kiplinger's latest ranking, yes - the City of Brotherly Love helps seniors live healthier in the golden years.
In the midst of the market uncertainty over Brexit, it's not just gold that's shining as an investment alternative these days. Silver is outperforming, as well.
When her husband died, life began all over again for Birtan Aka Collier.
A former banker and mayoral adviser, she had been married 30 years to Ralph Collier, a sophisticated voice in local radio who interviewed celebrities and newsworthy figures.
Erin Arvedlund writes a weekly column for the Inquirer on investing and personal finance. Her first book was Too Good to Be True: The Rise and Fall of Bernie Madoff (Penguin).