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University of Delaware Tries to Expand

Tim Furlong explains the reaction to the University of Delaware's plans to expand into the neighborhoods. »


Digital Billboards in Philly?

Philadelphia City Council considers placing digital billboards in Center City. This story is part of a newsgathering partnership with the Philadelphia Business Journal. »


Happy Banksgiving

Two local CEOs -- teenagers -- are putting together an event to help people with special needs manage their money. Learn more about the Nov. 16 event on this website. »

Report on 'State of Hispanic Business' in Philly Region

Prompted by the rapid growth of Hispanic-owned businesses, the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has released the first "State of Hispanic Business" report. »

Historic NJ Winery Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

South Jersey's Renault Winery Resort and Golf has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. »


Philly Casino Could Hurt Delco: Leaders

NBC10's Matt Delucia explains the reaction to a proposition proposing a casino in South Philadelphia »

How Much Did Manhunt for Eric Frein Cost?

State police spent about $11 million on the manhunt for a survivalist charged in the ambush slaying of a trooper outside his barracks, according to a cost breakdown released Friday. »

Taj Mahal's December Shutdown Approved

In a filing made Friday with a Delaware bankruptcy court, Trump Entertainment Resorts says its board has approved a shutdown of the casino by Dec. 12. »

Holiday Shoppers Plan to Spend More, Wait Longer

With the holidays approaching, experts expect consumers to spend more this year than they have in the past decade — but they’ll still wait as long as it takes for a good bargain. »

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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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