Hahnemann University Hospital’s owners agree to buy ‘tail insurance’ for former residents

The bankrupt parent of the former Hahnemann University Hospital has agreed to buy malpractice insurance that will protect hundreds of medical residents who trained at the Center City hospital before it closed last summer.

Comcast’s highest-ranking female executive is retiring

Rudnay, the company’s highest-ranking female executive, is leaving at the end of the year.

Comcast’s highest-ranking female executive is retiring

Rudnay, the company’s highest-ranking female executive, is leaving at the end of the year.

Disastrous day for Fort Washington-based Nutrisystem’s parent company

Michael Petusky, a health care analyst for Chicago-based Barrington Research, put the onus for Tivity’s failure squarely on Nutrisystem. “They’ve been woefully short on attracting customers through digital advertising," he said. "Weight Watchers does a much better job."

Disastrous day for Fort Washington-based Nutrisystem’s parent company

Michael Petusky, a health care analyst for Chicago-based Barrington Research, put the onus for Tivity’s failure squarely on Nutrisystem. “They’ve been woefully short on attracting customers through digital advertising," he said. "Weight Watchers does a much better job."

Crozer-Keystone Health appoints Peter Adamo as CEO

The job brings Peter Adamo back to the Philadelphia area, where he started his career at the former Graduate Hospital.

Crozer-Keystone Health appoints Peter Adamo as CEO

The job brings Peter Adamo back to the Philadelphia area, where he started his career at the former Graduate Hospital.
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Coronavirus doesn’t change this Fed president’s upbeat outlook for the U.S. economy

The coronavirus is a risk to the U.S. economy, but one the Fed is still assessing.

Burger King wants you to watch a Whopper consumed by mold. It’s a new ad campaign. Seriously.

Nearly every national restaurant brand has scrambled in recent years to clean up ingredient statements, often switching from artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and sweeteners to "natural" alternatives.

Acme will replace Fresh Grocer in University City, Penn says

The Fresh Grocer at 40th and Walnut Streets will close after losing a nearly four-year long legal battle with Penn.

Even with 10,000 solar industry jobs in Pa. and N.J., the region lags behind, report says

A new report says there are more than 10,000 jobs in the solar industry in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, but both states lag behind others in creating those jobs for a mix of reasons.

Bloomberg would sell business interests if elected president

Mike Bloomberg would sell the financial data and media company he created in the 1980s — which bears his name and made him a multibillionaire — if he is elected U.S. president, a top adviser said Tuesday.

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Amazon seeks aid from Delaware as plans progress for giant warehouse at former GM plant near Wilmington

A developer has applied to build a 5½-story, 3.83 million-square-foot “LogistiCenter” on a 142-acre site of a former GM auto assembly plant on Boxwood Road west of Wilmington.

Coronavirus hits cruising industry where it hurts most — new business

That sentiment is bad news for the growing cruise industry, which has taken a multimillion-dollar financial hit as the situation unfolds. Bookings are down, according to some major players, and the nonstop attention has been damaging.

Why the most powerful Teamster in Pa. is going up against Hoffa

Bill Hamilton, a longtime Pennsylvania Teamsters leader, says the current administration is no longer working for its members, and the most recent UPS contract is proof.

Franklin Resources buying Legg Mason for $4.5 billion

Franklin Resources is buying rival investment manager Legg Mason for $4.5 billion

DuPont CEO and CFO are sent packing while Edward Breen takes the top job again

The former Tyco chief has been selling DuPont in pieces. Insiders predict no big change.

U.K.’s Craftory pumps $10 million into this Philly eco-pod soap supplier

Jonathan Propper, a pioneer of the soap-pod industry, has convinced a British green-investment company to back his eco-friendly business.

A spike in the cost of electricity at the Philadelphia Flower Show is shocking some vendors

Some vendors at this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show are facing electrical bills that are more than double what they paid in 2019. The increase has sparked nearly 20 complaints, according to the show’s organizers.

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What small businesses can do to reduce employee stress

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