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Slight Tuition Increase for Rutgers Students

Slight Tuition Increase for Rutgers Students

Rutgers University has approved a tuition increase for the coming school year. »

Instacart to Hire 100+ for Expansion Into Lehigh Valley

Instacart to Hire 100+ for Expansion Into Lehigh Valley

Instacart is expanding into Lehigh Valley, and it's looking to on-board over 100 new shoppers, those who deliver items to customers' doors in one hour. »

'Main Event' Family Fun Center Coming to Delaware
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'Main Event' Family Fun Center Coming to Delaware

Christiana is getting a new family fun center that will open next year.  Main Event Entertainment signed a lease for a space at Christiana Fashion Center. »

Netflix Adds 5.2 Million Subscribers, Crushing Estimates

Netflix Adds 5.2 Million Subscribers, Crushing Estimates

Netflix's second quarter report released Monday showed an addition of 5.2 million memberships, crushing Wall Street estimates of 3.23 million. New seasons of Netflix hits such as "House of Cards" and "Orange is... »

Guest Worker Boost Comes Too Late, Some Small Businesses Say

Guest Worker Boost Comes Too Late, Some Small Businesses Say

The Trump administration acted Monday to allow 15,000 more visas this year for temporary seasonal workers, but some business owners say the effort comes too late. Under authority from Congress, Homeland... »

Carrier Cuts Jobs at Factory Where Trump Said He Saved Jobs

Carrier Cuts Jobs at Factory Where Trump Said He Saved Jobs

The Carrier factory where then-President-elect Donald Trump announced that he had made a deal to save U.S. jobs from moving to Mexico has started the process of laying off workers. NBC News reports that... »

Delco Town Accuses Wells Fargo of Discriminatory Practices

Delco Town Accuses Wells Fargo of Discriminatory Practices

On the heels of a similar action filed by the city of Philadelphia, the tiny Delaware County borough of Sharon Hill has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Co., accusing the bank of engaging in discriminatory... »

Walmart Apologizes for N-Word in Product Description

Walmart Apologizes for N-Word in Product Description

Walmart apologized after the n-word was used on its website in the product description for a third-party seller's item, NBC News reported. “We are very sorry and appalled that this third party seller... »

Iconic Philly Diner Selected for Exclusive Local Initiative

Iconic Philly Diner Selected for Exclusive Local Initiative

The Hard Rock Cafe in Philadelphia has been chosen to be one of only 12 in the world to pilot a new company-wide initiative that will support small businesses while pushing the brand's menu evolution forward. »

Wells Fargo Set to Launch Digital Mortgages

Wells Fargo Set to Launch Digital Mortgages

Wells Fargo, the country's largest mortgage lender, is the latest big bank to say it's setting its eyes on a digital mortgage experience. »

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Pokémon Go Fest Attendees Refunded as Glitches Plague Event

Pokémon Go Fest Attendees Refunded as Glitches Plague Event

Thousands of people descended on Chicago Saturday for Pokémon Go Fest – an event that was billed as a celebration of the smartphone game’s first year but instead became a debacle plagued by massive lines...

Lyft Launches Own Autonomous Vehicle Unit

Lyft Launches Own Autonomous Vehicle Unit

Lyft said Friday that it is setting up its own unit to develop autonomous vehicle technology, but its approach will be different from other companies and partnerships working on self-driving cars. The...

How Would the East Coast Hyperloop Compare to World’s Largest Tunnels?

How Would the East Coast Hyperloop Compare to World’s Largest Tunnels?

Elon Musk’s proposed Hyperloop from New York to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., would stretch over 250 miles. If built, how would that compare to the world’s largest tunnels?

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