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Philly Bike Share Program Begins in April

Philadelphia's bike share program, Indego, will begin at the end of next month. »

Philly Pretzel Cooks Up Expansion

Philly Pretzel Factory has an aggressive growth strategy, with plans of opening 500 U.S. locations in the next five years and entering the international market by the end of next year. »

Pepsi Takes Back No. 2 Spot From Diet Coke

Americans bought less soda for the 10th straight year in 2014, with diet sodas shrinking more than their sugary counterparts, according to a report released Thursday. And the poor performance of diet sodas... »

Developer Considers Hotel, Retail for Chester County Township

Liberty Property Trust is proposing a dramatic plan to level nine office buildings in Great Valley Corporate Center that would create a 50-acre swath of developable land where it wants to construct a mixed-use... »

Northeast Resists More Pipelines

Most people agree the Northeast must expand its energy supply to trim the nation's highest costs and natural gas could be at least a short-term answer. »

Social Media's Role in Jersey Shore Marketing Campaigns

Every Monday, Al Alven posts a simple image to Wildwood 365's Facebook and Instagram accounts: a shot of the Boardwalk, or Morey's Piers' Ferris wheel, with a countdown to Memorial Day. »

ALDI Reopening 20 Shuttered Bottom Dollar Stores

Discount supermarket chain ALDI plans to reopen 20 of the 46 Bottom Dollar stores in the Philadelphia-area it shut down after acquiring the chain earlier this year. »

Deadline Looms for Delaware Revenue Panel

The reporting deadline is approaching for a panel exploring how to make the state's revenue portfolio less unpredictable and more reflective of economic conditions. »


Plan Approved for 48 Upscale Apartments in Bethlehem

Bethlehem's zoning board approved a real estate developer's plan to renovate the top six floors of a10-story office building into 48 upscale apartments. »

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Rutgers University Restores Online Service After Cyberattack

Rutgers University Restores Online Service After Cyberattack

Technicians have restored Internet service following a cyberattack at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

3D Print Technology Providing "Robohand" to 7-Year-Old Girl

3D Print Technology Providing "Robohand" to 7-Year-Old Girl

Seven-year-old Faith Lennox never thought much about putting a prosthetic limb where her missing left hand had once been. Not until the little girl learned she could design her own, strap it on easily and...

Google Maps Introduces Pac-Man Feature

Google Maps Introduces Pac-Man Feature

Let the office productivity fall even more. If March Madness wasn’t enough of a distraction, people can now play Pac-Man from the convenience of their desks.

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