Express, seeking revival, to close 100 stores

Express, a staple in US malls, will close about 100 stores as part of a restructuring plan as the chain grapples with drastic changes in where people spend their shopping dollars.

Doggie Style Pets groomed 12-year-old Maltese pups, and one died. Then came the lawsuits.

Accidents and deaths at pet groomers are an ongoing problem at chains as Americans spend big bucks on their furry friends.

Doggie Style Pets groomed 12-year-old Maltese pups, and one died. Then came the lawsuits.

Accidents and deaths at pet groomers are an ongoing problem at chains as Americans spend big bucks on their furry friends.

‘Wawa is pretty much dead to me’: Founding family accused of cheating former workers out of millions

Former Wawa workers say they were illegally forced to sell shares in an ESOP at a discount, so members of the founding Wood family could regain majority control of the fast-growing convenience-store chain.

‘Wawa is pretty much dead to me’: Founding family accused of cheating former workers out of millions

Former Wawa workers say they were illegally forced to sell shares in an ESOP at a discount, so members of the founding Wood family could regain majority control of the fast-growing convenience-store chain.

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After data breach, should Wawa bosses get the Target treatment?

"They need to be as aggressive in this [data breach] as they are in selling hoagies.”
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After data breach, should Wawa bosses get the Target treatment?

"They need to be as aggressive in this [data breach] as they are in selling hoagies.”
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From caramels in a car to South Jersey mainstay: A beloved candy shop is turning 100

Aunt Charlotte's Candies, a New Jersey family company now under its third generation of ownership, will celebrate 100 years in business this year.

After Wawa breach, banks reissue thousands of debit, credit cards to customers

Wawa offers a private label credit card that gives customers a discount at the fuel pump. Citi Bank, the issuing bank for the Wawa-branded card, said it would proactively reissue cards to affected customers.

Visa warned of hacking risk before Wawa found data breach exposing customers’ credit and debit cards

Visa reported in November that gas stations are attractive targets for cyber-criminals because many have been slow to adopt more-secure payment-processing technology. Wawa said it is still implementing chip technology at gas pumps and expects all pumps to be upgraded in 2020.

On day after Christmas, Cherry Hill Mall will turn away any unsupervised teenagers

In some parts of the world, Dec. 26 is called "Boxing Day." At several malls across the nation in recent years, melees have broken out among unruly teens.

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Why Sixers partner Michael Rubin gave 50 families $1,000 each to shop at NYC’s NBA Store

It was a special shopping spree for a group of families with parents who have been in Pennsylvania prisons on state probation or parole violations.

Repairing watches is a ‘dying’ art, but this Wayne watchmaker is turning away customers

Once a profession of more than 50,000 people, independent watchmakers are increasingly rare. That means the ones who are sticking it out have more customers than they can handle.

Wawa has called in the FBI to probe its data breach

The convenience-store chain discovered malware last week compromising cardholder names, numbers, and expiration dates used in-store and at gas pumps at “potentially all” of its more than 850 stores.

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Cash for Philly banks: Citizens & Northern buys Covenant for $77 million; Meridian raises $40 million

C&N buys its second suburban Philly bank; flush with profits, lenders are consolidating.

Philly’s oldest black-owned bookstore doesn’t need to compete with Amazon

Hakim's Bookstore started from the trunk of a car. Now it's building community.

The best stocking stuffers from dollar and discount stores across Philadelphia

We challenged three readers from across the city to pick out the best gems at a dollar or discount store near them. Here's what they found.

North America’s first indoor ski slope opens in Meadowlands mega mall

The slope is one of the anchor attractions in the American Dream mega-mall.

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President who sold Nutrisystem to Tivity is out; deputy Krausz will diversify

Tivity shares was down as much as $2 on news of her departure — which is not related to any disagreement about operations, policies or practices, the company emphasized.

Diamond crisis worsens for global giant De Beers

Anglo American curbed its plan to expand diamond production over the next two years after sales slumped in 2019 amid a wider industry crisis.

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