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Teen Clothing Retailer Rue 21 Restructuring Under Chapter 11

Teen Clothing Retailer Rue 21 Restructuring Under Chapter 11

Teen clothing retailer rue21 is closing nearly 400 stores nationwide as it focuses more on its online business. »

Ford to Cut Jobs as Sales Level Off, Stock Price Lags
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Ford to Cut Jobs as Sales Level Off, Stock Price Lags

Ford is getting leaner as it faces an onslaught of challenges, from slowing U.S. sales to high-tech challengers to its own disgruntled shareholders. The 114-year-old automaker said Wednesday it is cutting 1,400... »

How Much Student Loan Debt do Philadelphians Owe?

How Much Student Loan Debt do Philadelphians Owe?

Philadelphians carry a median student loan debt of $19,678, according to a report released Wednesday by personal finance site WalletHub. »

Uptown Beer Garden Returns for 3rd Year

Uptown Beer Garden Returns for 3rd Year

Teddy Sourias — the restaurateur behind popular Philadelphia bars Bru Craft & Wurst and U-Bahn — is back for the return of his Uptown Beer Garden. »

Atlantic County Municipalities to See Tax Hike

Atlantic County Municipalities to See Tax Hike

Nearly every community in New Jersey's Atlantic County will see a jump in taxes this year as part of an effort to return $12.5 million to Atlantic City for its successful tax appeals. »

How to Stay Safe If an Active Shooter Comes to Your Job
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How to Stay Safe If an Active Shooter Comes to Your Job

Active shooter scenarios are unpredictable but now more and more businesses want to be prepared. One security consulting firm said inquiries about what to do have surged after recent workplace tragedies... »

Ford Plans to Slash Global Workforce by 10 Percent: Report
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Ford Plans to Slash Global Workforce by 10 Percent: Report

The Wall Street Journal reports that Ford Motor Co. is planning substantial job cuts in order to boost profits and raise its stock price. The newspaper says the cuts would target salaried employees and... »

Penn Names New Leader for Abramson Cancer Center

Penn Names New Leader for Abramson Cancer Center

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania has found its new leader in-house. »

Philly City Council Votes to Replace Wells Fargo

Philly City Council Votes to Replace Wells Fargo

Philadelphia City Council voted unanimously to approve legislation to remove Wells Fargo as the bank handling the City’s $2 billion payroll. »

Harley-Davidson and Urban Outfitters End T-Shirt Fight

Harley-Davidson and Urban Outfitters End T-Shirt Fight

Shoppers won't be seeing the Harley-Davidson emblem in Urban Outfitters any more. »

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How Best Buy Escaped the Retail Apocalypse

How Best Buy Escaped the Retail Apocalypse

Shares of Best Buy surged more than 20 percent Thursday after the company posted unexpected sales growth in same store locations. Best Buy is a retail anomaly because it's an enjoyable place to shop, CNBC...

Apple Partners With Pa. College to Create App

Apple Partners With Pa. College to Create App

Apple is partnering with a school in Pennsylvania and community colleges across the country to teach students how to develop apps for their devices.

New 'Soundwave' Tattoos Can Talk, Play Music

New 'Soundwave' Tattoos Can Talk, Play Music

What if tattoos could talk? That's what Nate Siggard, CEO and founder of Skin Motion, is trying to do with his soundwave tattoo app. It works like this: users can upload sounds and voices to the app, creating...

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