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Decison Expected in Revel Deal

A judge is expected to rule if Revel Casino can create a deal to sale to a developer. »

Elite Jumping Horses of Cuba

Already renowned for fine rum and fancy cigars, Cuba is carving out a new luxury niche that is attracting Latin American elites to the communist-run island: elite jumping horses. »


Developer Has $43M Plan for Philly's Divine Lorraine

E.B. Realty Management, the owner of the Divine Lorraine, is hopeful a proposed $43-million redevelopment of the property will finally begin in May. »


Airline to Serve 'Spirit' of Philly-Atlanta Route

A discount airline is about to offer Philadelphia travelers another way to get to one of America‚Äôs busiest airports. »

Cuba's New Luxury Niche: Elite Jumping Horses

After Fidel Castro banned horse racing, the sport picked back up in 2005. Through horse racing, Cuba has found a way to gain badly needed foreign currency. »

Toy Museum Announces Video Game Hall of Fame

The museum that houses the National Toy Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the creation of the World Video Game Hall of Fame to recognize the impact games like "Pong" and "Grand Theft Auto" have on culture and... »

Developers Sought for Festival Pier Site

The Delaware River Waterfront Corp. is seeking to gauge the interest level in developing Festival Pier, a prime 11-acre site that juts out into the river. »

Meet La Salle's 1st Female President

La Salle University named Colleen M. Hanycz as president, the first female president in the school's 152-year history. She's also the first layperson to lead the organization. »


Saladworks Files for Bankruptcy

Saladworks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Tuesday in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del. »

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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.

FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

The FCC has agreed to impose strict regulations aimed at enforcing what is called "net neutrality." Internet providers will be prohibited from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege....

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