Plans also call for creating a new shipping line to compete in transporting cargoes from the U.S. mainland to Hawaii.
The civil penalty was Parx Casino's fourth for underage gambling since November 2014 by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Qatar Airways, which has a Philadelphia flight to Doha, stands to lose passengers and revenue long-term if the ban by several Middle Eastern countries on travel to and from the nation of Qatar continues, experts say.
Southwest Airlines launches 3-day fare sale, with tickets starting at $49 each way on its shortest routes. Seats and days of travel are limited.
The lawsuit includes Teva Pharmaceutical Industries and Endo International and accuses them of fueling the opioid epidemic with misleading marketing and promotion of addictive prescription painkillers.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries said its experimental drug cut chronic migraines in a Phase 3 patient study.
Iroko Pharmaceutical's headcount is down to 19 at the Navy Yard, as the drug maker faces pending generic competition for a prescription pain medicine.
The Army Corps of Engineers will use the funding to complete the 103-mile dredging project to a depth of 45 feet.
The company said the immune responses in volunteers were among the highest ever seen in an HIV-vaccine study.
The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority chooses a shorter, catchier moniker.
Spark Therapeutic’s treatment for rare inherited blindness, if approved by the FDA, could be the first gene therapy medicine for a genetic disease in the United States.
An airline industry group urges regulators to avoid implementing a sweeping laptop ban on flights and putting lithium battery electronic devices in the cargo hold of planes which could pose a fire risk.
Philadelphia airport plans to build a new FAA air traffic control tower. The timeline is five years.
The event at Temple will feature more than 300 available positions in private companies and the city.
If passengers are barred from traveling to the United States with electronic devices in the cabin, computers would be checked as luggage.
Containerized freight in 20- and 40-foot boxes was up 28 percent in the Philadelphia port in April compared to the same month a year ago, port officials said.
Linda Loyd writes about Philadelphia International Airport, the airline industry, and the ports on the Delaware River.