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Destination Maternity to cut jobs after the CEO stepped down

Destination Maternity had 1,100 full-time and 2,300 part-time employees as of Feb. 2, 2019, according to its most recent annual report.

Philly’s La Colombe offered free coffee Friday as it launched its first ad campaign

La Colombe is offering a free Mocha Draft Latte with any purchase at Philly cafes today as part of the company’s first advertising campaign.

Go behind the scenes with the workers and robots who fulfill your Amazon orders in N.J.

The robots are 7.75 inches tall and can carry up to 1,250 pounds on their backs, equivalent to the weight of a polar bear. They zip around at 5 feet per second.

Target offering same-day drive up service

Target announced today this free drive-up service had expanded into the Philadelphia region.

Destination Maternity’s new CEO steps down as stock down 35 percent

Destination will have an " Office of the Chief Executive Officer" with Lisa Gavales, who has been a director of Destination for the last three months, serving as the chair until the company appoints a new CEO.

Fashion District Philadelphia, former Gallery mall, hopes to rival Rittenhouse Square shopping, PREIT CEO says

PREIT CEO Joseph Coradino spoke about the Fashion District to about 100 people at the Select Greater Philadelphia Council “Breaking Ground” event Wednesday morning.

Would you spend $10 at Five Below?

The Philadelphia-based discount chain is considering price increases on $1 to $4 items, as well as increasing some $5 items to $5.25 or $5.55.

Former boxing icon Meldrick Taylor charged with aggravated assault

Some neighbors did not seem aware of the former boxer in the two-story red brick rowhouse sandwiched between another house and a vacant lot was once an icon with a rapid rise to the top of his violent profession.

Which of your favorite stores could take a hit from tariffs, according to Wells Fargo analysts

“We really don’t know what’s going to happen," one company executive said.

No Toys R Us means Burlington Stores can sell more toys, children’s clothes

“We’ve always been known for our baby business,” Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Thomas A. Kingsbury told analysts Thursday, “and we’ve been able to really capitalize on what’s currently happening in the marketplace.”