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Judge Orders J&J Subsidiary to Pay $136M for Deceptive Marketing

A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary should pay the state $136 million over deceptive drug marketing of an anti-psychotic drug, South Carolina's highest court ruled this week, upholding penalties against the... »

Union Accuses SugarHouse of Using Surveillance Cams on Supporters

The management at SugarHouse Casino is being accused of using its surveillance cameras to spy on union supporters. »

Rutgers Employees in the $1M a Year Club

A new study of salaries at Rutgers University finds that 17 employees, including 14 doctors and three athletic coaches, have salaries over $1 million per year. »


Liquor License Granted to Pennsylvania Supermarket

A Delaware County Wegmans scheduled to open in September will be allowed to open a pub. »

Philly's Han Dynasty to Open 2nd NYC Eatery

Han Dynasty, the Sichuan restaurant that originated in Old City, will be opening its second New York location this year. It could even come in the next two months. »

Lawmakers Try to Privatize Pa. Liquor

For the second time in two years, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Thursday sent a proposal to privatize the operations of much of the state-controlled wine and liquor store system, but it faces... »

KFC to Serve Edible Coffee Cups in U.K.

Chicken lovers in the United Kingdom have a new treat to try -- edible coffee cups that will be served at KFC restaurants. »

Muslim Woman May Prevail Over Dress Code

It appears as if the U.S. Supreme Court may rule against Abercrombie & Fitch in an employee discrimination case brought by a Muslim woman who was rejected for a job because she wore a black headscarf to... »

Conference Focuses on More Jobs for Young People

Gov. Jack Markell is representing Delaware at a national conference focused on creating more job and career opportunities for young people »

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Technology Helps Sense Water Leaks in Homes

Technology Helps Sense Water Leaks in Homes

A leaking pipe can cause thousands of dollars in damage and lots of headaches, but a system used by a Jersey Shore municipality strives to sense a leak so officials can cut off the water supply before break gets...

Googleplex Expansion Worries Google's Silicon Valley Hometown

Googleplex Expansion Worries Google's Silicon Valley Hometown

New expansion plans for Google headquarters, known as the Googleplex, has the city of Mountain View in a tough position as city leaders try to accommodate their biggest corporate taxpayer as well as non-Google...

FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling

FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling

The Federal Communications Commission ruled internet service providers cannot give faster service based on how much customers are willing to pay. NBC10's Harry Hairston has the details.

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