Leonardo helicopter clears final FAA approval, Navy selection could sustain hundreds of jobs in Northeast Philly

If the Italian helicopter company secures the contract, hundreds of Philadelphia jobs could be sustained.

Leonardo helicopter clears final FAA approval, Navy selection could sustain hundreds of jobs in Northeast Philly

If the Italian helicopter company secures the contract, hundreds of Philadelphia jobs could be sustained.

It’s official: iGaming comes to Pennsylvania, allowing gamblers to wager ‘real money’ online, 24/7

Around-the-clock live-streaming “real money” online casino gambling -- iGaming -- is now available in Pennsylvania.

It’s official: iGaming comes to Pennsylvania, allowing gamblers to wager ‘real money’ online, 24/7

Around-the-clock live-streaming “real money” online casino gambling -- iGaming -- is now available in Pennsylvania.

Southwest cancellations will rise due to grounded Boeing jet

Southwest takes the grounded Boeing 737 Max out of its schedule for another month, until early November.

Southwest cancellations will rise due to grounded Boeing jet

Southwest takes the grounded Boeing 737 Max out of its schedule for another month, until early November.
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Bring your dog to work? Puppy-love at Philly U.S. Attorney’s office

Quade, Yardley and Jingle roam the halls of the U.S. Attorney's office in Philadelphia.

Is FaceApp safe? Here's what experts say.

A viral trend taking over your social media platforms is making your friends and family much older — and hopefully its surrounding controversy will make users a little wiser, too.

Princeton company accused of selling $400,000 in unregistered securities as cryptocurrency

The complaint, filed Wednesday, accuses Pocektinns Inc. and its president, Sarvajnya Mada, of offering and selling unregistered “PINNS Tokens” to raise funds for developing a blockchain-driven online marketplace.

Thomas Edison University to offer doctoral program in business administration

The New Jersey university said Thursday that it will launch a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program with courses starting in January.

Pennsylvania gambling revenue up about $60 million, boosted by sports betting

Pennsylvania state and local governments raked in $1.39 billion in tax revenue last year from gamblers, compared to $1.34 million the previous year.

Toys R Us to open two new stores in November

Plans are to open a store in The Galleria mall in Houston, Texas, and in Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, N.J.

‘Riding the wave of consumer consciousness’: Philly start-up Wearwell was inspired by a garment factory disaster

Erin Houston and Emily Kenney didn't know those killed in the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh but were motivated by that loss to make it easier for women to shop for ethically sourced clothing.

‘World’s largest cannabis company’ created as Curaleaf acquires Grassroots

Grassroots operates five dispensaries in Pennsylvania under the Herbology brand, and Curaleaf has a grow and dispensaries in New Jersey.

N.J., with nation’s highest property taxes, keeps up fight over federal tax law changes

New Jersey, Connecticut, and New York are suing the Internal Revenue Service for blocking a workaround to new state and local tax deduction limits.

Tesla races to deliver fully self-driving cars as soon as this year

Tesla is racing to be first to the market with a self-driving car made for the masses, promising to send as soon as this year an over-the-air software update that will turn hundreds of thousands of its vehicles into robo-cars.

After years of ‘glacial change,’ women now hold more than 1 in 4 corporate board seats

Since making a commitment five years ago to increase diversity - not only in gender and race, but in varying skill sets - Best Buy has added six board members, five of whom have been women

Four Philadelphia health institutions seek to save St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

Einstein Healthcare Network, Jefferson Health, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Temple Health said Wednesday they had formed a consortium to negotiate such a deal.

University City is getting a new grocery store with kombucha on tap

The new 9,950 square feet at 3401 Chestnut St. will include kombucha on tap, a sampling section, an olive oil and vinegar blending station, grab-and-go meals, and products from local companies like High Street on Market, Claudio Specialty Foods, Isgro Pastries and One Village Coffee.

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