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.

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.

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.

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Italy says it has won a reprieve from U.S. food tariff hikes on parmigiano cheese and wine

“For now they have decided not to raise tariffs, although the 25% tax on parmigiano remains. ”
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Italy says it has won a reprieve from U.S. food tariff hikes on parmigiano cheese and wine

“For now they have decided not to raise tariffs, although the 25% tax on parmigiano remains. ”
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Philly activists help launch American-style board challenge in corporate Japan

Exclusive: A Philadelphia lawyer, local investors, and academics have aided U.S. and Japanese investors who are prepping unprecedented battle for control of one of Japan's biggest builders. They will announce an insurgent board slate Monday, and we know who they are.

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Trump’s Fed nominee could take America on ‘a very, very dangerous path,’ Sen. Toomey warns

In a rare moment of defiance, Sen. Toomey challenges the views of Trump aide Judy Shelton who has been nominated for the Federal Reserve Board.

Send in a Marine: Pa. Republican lawmaker seeks overhaul of the state’s costly school pension fund

State Rep. Frank Ryan, R-Lebanon, is a lead sponsor of several reform bills that could change the way PSERS is run.

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For Sale: Three square miles on the Delaware River, ‘needs imagination’

The principals don't want to talk about it, but U.S. Steel is seeking buyers for its former steel mill property, nearly three square miles in Bucks County, across from Trenton.

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Philly finally gets a million-square-foot warehouse - but not the thousands of jobs: UPS on Red Lion Rd. will be ‘highly automated’

Neighbors have started calling the property “Mount Somerton,” for the vast mound of cleaned dirt that Meyer Contracting Co. has piled there, from road projects around Philadelphia. Now UPS plans 352 fulltime jobs - and 950 parking spaces.

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Trump tariffs would bury U.S. in ‘fake prosciutto and fake Parmesan,’ Philly Italian food importers warn

Italian American restaurant owners complain Trump's planned tariffs against European producers, intended to protect Boeing from Airbus competition, will hurt importers and restaurants.

King of Prussia chemical firm’s executives could go to jail over huge explosion at plant in Texas

A criminal trial of executives at French-owned, King of Prussia-based Arkema USA is scheduled in Houston later this month.

‘The shackles have come off’: Unisys sells gov’t business to SAIC for $1.2 billion; shares soar

Unisys has sold its government services unit and hopes to use the proceeds to pay down pension and bank debt so its remaining businesses may grow faster.

Glaxo, Merck to spin off some businesses to focus on high-profit cancer drugs and vaccines

Drug giants Glaxo and Merck, which have research, manufacturing and marketing operations in the Philadelphia area, plan to spin off slow-growing businesses to concentrate on high-profit therapies

InsPro sold to rival for $12 million; AnPac IPO; RevZilla owner adds J&P

Investors, Independence Blue Cross of Philadelphia and the Co-Investment Fund pumped more than $14 million into InsPro in the late 2000s, hoping it would grow into a dominant, profitable company, but it has had a tough time in recent years in a competitive industry.

Penn gene therapy pioneer Jim Wilson’s Passage Bio plans IPO

Penn gene therapy pioneer Jim Wilson's Passage Bio is planning to go public.

Kennett Square mushroom grower’s $115 million expansion is a big bet for New York investor

South Mill Champ’s new plant would add nearly 3 percent to U.S. mushroom production capacity, potentially straining rivals’ profit margins, and labor supply.

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