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Philly's Among Most Honest Cities

Philadelphians are among the most honest in the country. That’s the truth revealed in the 2015 edition of "The National Honesty Index." »

Philly Group Wants ‘Sweaty Selfies’

A climate change outreach group in Philadelphia is asking residents to take "sweaty selfies" to raise awareness about the local impacts of climate change. »

New Harrah's Center Filling Hotel Rooms Ahead of Expectations

Atlantic City's newest conference center is beating early expectations when it comes to filling hotel room nights. »


Dow Dip Impacts Gas Prices, Savings

Gas prices will be going down, but financial analysts say now is the time to check your retirement statements an begin to pay more attention to what you have invested in. »

2 Ex-Delivery Drivers Sue Pizza Hut Over Fees

Two former Pizza Hut delivery drivers from New York are suing the company, claiming its delivery fees on orders illegally cut into their tips. »

Hotel Palomar sells for $97M

A Center City hotel has been purchased by an Orlando, Fla.-based hotel and resort company. »

Will Papal Visit Halt Construction Projects?

Developers constructing projects throughout Philadelphia are figuring out whether they will be able to continue working at their job sites when traffic and other restrictions are put in place during Pope... »


Cyber Security at Rutgers

Rutgers University has hired three cyber security firms after having its computer networks hacked at least four times during the past school year. »

Sinking Currencies Signal Jitters on Emerging Economies

In emerging markets worldwide, currencies are plunging over fears that developing economies are on the verge of a crippling fall. Success stories until recently, emerging economies are seen as casualties now... »

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Wireless Companies Boost Networks in Preparation for Pope

Wireless Companies Boost Networks in Preparation for Pope

Wireless companies in the area are boosting their networks in preparation for the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D.C.

Amazon to Let Prime Members Download Videos

Amazon to Let Prime Members Download Videos

Amazon is upping the ante in the streaming-video competition with downloadable videos. The e-commerce powerhouse will now let members of its $99 annual Prime loyalty program download some shows and movies on its...

Malware Targeting Android Smartphones on the Rise

Malware Targeting Android Smartphones on the Rise

Malicious software targeting smartphones with the Android operating system is becoming more common, with some handsets already infected when they're bought. A report by German security firm G DATA found that the...

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