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Philadelphia Business News

The valets who got fired after trying to unionize have gotten their jobs back

This week, nearly all six parking attendants will start parking cars at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania again, said 32BJ SEIU. They also got back pay.

Golden Nugget joining the Atlantic City sportsbook rush

The Nugget and Resorts open Wednesday morning, bringing the number of 'books in AC to six.

On the market: A house in Haverford that's grown to 6,200 square feet

"All we did for 22 years was remodel, so it's been a work in progress" the owner says. "It was really a teardown so we had to start pretty much from scratch."

In Trump's crosshairs, Harley-Davidson expanding in York County

The 561,000-square-foot York plant, which manufactured its first motorcycle in 1973, will add 300 employees by next year and grow by 50,000 square feet, the company said, because of expansion into new

Criminal charges: When business steals or kills, is it the boss's fault?

Sometimes, the guys at the top are not the ones held accountable when something goes seriously wrong.

Family gets 'stability, security, a place to call home,' thanks to Conshohocken developer's new charity

The rowhouse in Philadelphia's Carroll Park neighborhood is the first project coordinated by How Charities, a new arm of the How Group, which rehabs and develops properties. The nonprofit was

Aussie financial giant moving Philly-based investment business to former Dow building

Center City's Market East section is seeing a burst of new development and an uptick in interest from businesses attracted to its less-buttoned-down vibe and its proximity to Philadelphia's historic

N.J. gaming revenue up 12.8% thanks to internet, sports betting, new casinos

Two new casinos reported $48.2M in revenue, but much of that came at the expense of seven existing casinos, which all reported declines.

U.S. court: Firm in N.J. doesn't have to accept worker's use of medical pot

Being a medical marijuana patient may be hazardous to your job status, despite state anti-discrimination laws designed to offer some protections.

Wonder why Jersey peaches are so tasty this summer?

It's been a great year for Jersey peaches, thanks to good weather that started in the winter.

EPA challenged safety of administration mileage freeze

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency privately challenged the Trump administration's rationale for freezing Obama-era mileage standards, saying the proposal would actually increase

Pa. school pensions: To cut fees, we should hire more people

Why isn't PSERS doing this already, if it's cheaper and just as effective?

Walmart's size may not shield it from rising prices

The world's biggest retailer faces some hard choices as it prepares to release second-quarter results Thursday. It may choose to pass along those price hikes to consumers. But that's a riskier move

New Jersey takes in $40.6 million in sports bets in July

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Sports betting is off and running in New Jersey, with three casinos and two racetracks taking in $40.6 million in wagers in July, the first full month it was legal.

As immigrants are targeted, unions stand behind workers from all backgrounds | Opinion

Now more than ever, we need strong unions to fight back against ineffective and inhumane immigration policies that create a climate of terror at the workplace, criminalize workers, and endanger our

This Pa. dispensary was selling medical marijuana for $1

Weed hadn't been that cheap since 1979. And for putting it on sale at the rock-bottom price of $1 gram, a medical marijuana dispensary in Pennsylvania earned a stern rebuke from the state Department

Discount grocer Lidl still sees opportunity around Philly and South Jersey, just less than before

The Germans are coming with their groceries, but the discount retailer has slowed plans for South Jersey and the Philly region

Former Phillies pitcher Joe Blanton turns to winemaking after baseball

The 2008 World Series champion owns a vineyard in Napa Valley and is pursuing winemaking following his retirement from baseball.

Atlantic City train shutdown feeds fears for the future

Atlantic City's railroad is getting taken off line in a matter of weeks.

Vanguard's '40%' recession warning fits fund marketing

Vanguard's approach: "Make a prediction, then say you don't make predictions… You can look smart if it does happen, but if it doesn't then you can also say that you maintained that 'the odds were