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McDonald's Rolls Out All-Day Breakfast Menu

McDonald's officially rolled out its all-day breakfast options nationally on Tuesday. But the menu will depend on where you live, as the company will only offer select breakfast sandwich items in different... »


Bank ATM Fees Hit New High

A new report by shows ATM and overdraft fees are at record highs. CNBC’s Landon Dowdy has the story. »

American Apparel Files For Bankruptcy

Troubled teen apparel retailer American Apparel Inc filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, Reuters reported. The company said it had reached a restructuring support agreement with 95 percent of its secured... »

New Pier Park Coming to Waterfront

The Delaware River Waterfront Corp. is scheduled to open its latest permanent pier park. »

Wilmington Trust Fraud Case Sentencing

A Dover businessman is facing sentencing after pleading guilty to conspiracy in an ongoing investigation into the lending practices and collapse of Wilmington Trust bank. »

State Offers Lottery for Choice Booze

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to offer a lottery so customers will have a fairer shot at buying some limited quantity liquors. »


Area Haunted House Is Among Scariest in U.S.

A Philadelphia area haunted house will scare the bejeebers out of you, according to a national list of the most frightening haunted attractions. »


River Renaissance in Bensalem

Bensalem officials want more people to spend time along the Delaware River. Now leaders are taking the first step towards making that happen with a new plan to transform the once industrial area. »


New Chip Credit Cards Deadline Has Arrived

Stores, restaurants and hotels meet the deadline to have the "Chip and PIN" technology installed to work with the new, more secure credit cards. »

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PATCO Stations Go Online With Free WiFi

PATCO Stations Go Online With Free WiFi

Passengers on the PATCO commuter train line can now update their status, check email and play online games at stations in South Jersey and Philadelphia.

Student Wins Court Battle Over Facebook Privacy

Student Wins Court Battle Over Facebook Privacy

Europe's highest court has ruled in favor of an Austrian law student who claims a trans-Atlantic data protection agreement doesn't adequately protect consumers. The case, which cites data Facebook allegedly...

LinkedIn to Pay Users Up to $1,500 to Settle Suit

LinkedIn to Pay Users Up to $1,500 to Settle Suit

The networking site LinkedIn announced Friday it will pay some of its users up to $1,500 each to settle a $13 million lawsuit regarding one of the website's services. The lawsuit targeted LinkedIn's "Add...

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