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Tiny Shore Town Sees Job Growth

A tiny Shore town saw a jump in employment, while its neighbor to the north, Atlantic City, continues to struggle. »

PGW Sale Still Alive

The New Haven, Conn.-based energy company reinforced its committment to purchasing Philadelphia Gas Works in an announcement Wednesday. »

New Business Helps Veteran Combat PTSD

Unable to connect with an employer willing to adjust to the medical conditions developed during a nine-year stint with the Marines, Matthew Litton took matters into his own hands -- literally – when he opened... »

Popular Cupcake Chain Shuts Down

The New York-based Crumbs cupcake chain is shutting down all 48 of its stores across the country. »

NJ Bottle Maker to Close, Cutting 290 Jobs

The last bottle manufacturer in Salem is set to close this fall, eliminating hundreds of jobs and a tradition that spans 150 years. »

Locally Grown Foods Becoming Big Business

Once a niche business, locally grown foods aren't just for farmers markets anymore. »

Philly's Hot Home Ownership Zip Codes

Although homeownership in Philadelphia has fallen by more percentage points than all but one U.S. city since 2000, there are nine ZIP codes were it's on the upswing. »

Announcement to be Made on PGW Sale

An announcement is expected to be made Wednesday on the sale of Philadelphia Gas Works. »

No Tipping at New Philly Restaurant

Restaurateurs Cristian Mora and chef Brian Oliveira are hoping their new business model will create a better quality of life for both their employees and patrons. »

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Preparing for Surgery With 3-D Printing

Preparing for Surgery With 3-D Printing

Doctors are now using 3-D printing to create plastic models of their patient's damaged bones and body parts.

New Starbucks App Lets You Pay in Advance

New Starbucks App Lets You Pay in Advance

The uber-popular Seattle-based coffee chain has created a mobile app that will allow their customers to order and pay for their drink prior to arriving to the store

Man Asked to Leave Southwest Flight Over Tweet

Man Asked to Leave Southwest Flight Over Tweet

A Minnesota man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement he had with the gate agent. Duff Watson told NBC affiliate KARE in...

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