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Swarthmore in Battle for Liquor License in Dry Town

Swarthmore College is in a court battle with local residents for an exception that would allow a liquor license in the dry town. »


Solar Urban Farm Stand

A solar farm stand will help power Greensgrow Farms on Cumberland Street in Kennsington. »

Report: Pfizer Wants to Buy AstraZeneca for $101B

Two Big Pharma companies with strong ties to the Philadelphia region are the subject of the latest mega-merger rumor in the drug manufacturing industry. »

Philly Cheesesteak Contest

Who makes the best Philly cheesesteaks: Will Jake’s Sandwich Board continue its reign at the top or will a stalwart like Pat's or Geno's take first place? »

10 Developers Vie for Willow Grove Air Base

The competition will be stiff. It’s seldom a property comprised of several hundred acres comes available for development in a mature suburb just outside of a major metropolitan area. »

AC Casinos Fined $107K for Violations

New Jersey has fined two Atlantic City casinos more than $107,000 for a series of violations. »

General Mills Reverses “No Sue” Facebook Policy

Last week, General Mills Inc. posted new legal terms on its website that seemed to prevent consumers from suing the company if they liked General Mills on Facebook. »


SEPTA Invites Public to Budget Hearings

The hearings provide riders and other residents an opportunity to ask questions and submit comments on the spending plan. »

Mazda, VW Issue Recalls

Two major automakers made announcements about potential problems with their vehicles. Mazda is recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs in cold-weather states to fix rusting frame »


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Facebook's CFO to Step Down as Earnings Soar

Facebook's CFO to Step Down as Earnings Soar

Facebook says its finance chief, David Ebersman, is leaving on June 1 after five years. He'll be replaced by David Wehner, currently vice president of corporate finance and business

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