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Soaring Generic Drug Prices Draw Scrutiny

Some low-cost generic drugs that have helped restrain health care costs for decades are seeing unexpected price spikes of up to 8,000 percent, prompting a backlash from patients, pharmacists and now Washington... »

Contractor Pleads Guilty: Prosecutors

A South Philadelphia labor contractor pleaded guilty to illegally transporting undocumented foreign workers and failing to pay employment and income taxes, federal prosecutors in Philadelphia said Wednesday. »

Nordstrom Closed on Thanksgiving to "Celebrate One Holiday at a Time"

If you're in the habit of shopping for the holidays early and want to get a head start this year on Thanksgiving Day, don't bother stopping at Nordstrom. It'll be closed. The leading fashion retailer announced... »

Bob Marley's Heirs to Launch Pot Brand

The family of reggae legend Bob Marley says it is launching what it calls the "world's first global cannabis brand"—but some Jamaicans aren't happy about it. »

Graco Recalls 4.7 Million Strollers

Graco has recalled about 4.7 million strollers in the United States due to a fingertip amputation risk, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday. Graco has received 11 reports of finger... »

Revel Casino Purchase Terminated

Brookfield US Holdings LLC, the company that agreed to buy Revel Resort in Atlantic City, has terminated the deal, company officials confirm to NBC10. »

Wawa Sues Family-Owned Restaurant

A family-owned restaurant hasn't curried favor with convenience store giant Wawa. »

Local Gardens Have 'Best Restroom' in US

Looking for the best public restroom in the country? Look no further than Chester County's Longwood Gardens. »

Billionaire Pays $583K for AC Holdout's Home

A billionaire investor has been identified as the person who bought an Atlantic City property that earned its owner near-folk hero status for resisting decades of overtures from developers including Donald... »

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Company Unveils Electronically-Powered Skates

Company Unveils Electronically-Powered Skates

Acton, a Southern California company, has developed electronically-powered skates, with no pushing required.

Drone Tests to Start in New Jersey

Drone Tests to Start in New Jersey

NBC10's Ted Greenberg explains how drones could be used to examine hurricane damage.

Union Plan Gets a "Like" From Facebook Shuttle Drivers

Union Plan Gets a "Like" From Facebook Shuttle Drivers

Shuttle bus drivers who take Facebook employees to and from Silicon Valley overwhelmingly gave the "thumbs up" to forming a union on Wednesday, after they had complained publicly for months about their low pay...

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