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David Montgomery Returns to Phillies as Chairman

The Philadelphia Phillies announced Thursday that David Montgomery is returning from his medical leave, but he will not rejoin the club as team president. »

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Former Revel Casino Gets Big Tax Break for 2015

Revel has finally won something. »

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Energizer Brings Jobs to Delaware

Energizer will be moving from Canada to Dover, Kent County and bring 265 new jobs to the area. »

Nifty Fifty’s Accountant Pleads Guilty

The accountant for the Nifty Fifty's restaurant chain on Monday pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit tax evasion. »

AC Emergency Manager Will Make $135K a Year

The corporate finance lawyer appointed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as part of his emergency task force to save Atlantic City will rake in about $135,000 a year. »

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Caesars' Bankruptcy Case Will Be Heard in Illinois

A federal judge in Delaware ruled Wednesday that the Chapter 11 case of casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. will proceed in Illinois, denying a motion by several creditor groups who wanted the case heard in... »

High-End Steakhouse Expanding in Philly

A Kansas-based upscale steakhouse focused on Midwestern cuisine is looking to expand into the Philadelphia market. »

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Attorneys Battle Over Venue for Caesars Bankruptcy Case

A Delaware judge is set to rule on whether the Chapter 11 case of casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. should proceed in Delaware or in Illinois. »

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Bible Society, Jobs Moving to Philly

The nonprofit American Bible Society is moving its headquarters to Philadelphia after almost two centuries in New York City. »

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Cutting Class? New App Could Blow Your Cover

Cutting Class? New App Could Blow Your Cover

Want to see if your college student is skipping class? There’s an app for that! The start-up company Core Principle debuted its app, Class120 this month. The app costs $200 a year, and allows parents, professo...

College Students Will Have a Harder Time Cutting Class

College Students Will Have a Harder Time Cutting Class

College students will have a much harder time trying to skip class now that parents and professors can track if they're in class or not.

Newsweek Criticized for Silicon Valley Cover

Newsweek Criticized for Silicon Valley Cover

Newsweek's latest cover story has social media in a frenzy over a provocative cover illustration. Billed by Newsweek as a report of the "sordid, shocking and systemic" sexism in the Northern California...

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