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The end is near for 30th Street Station's famous flipping board

The arrivals and departures board is likely to be gone by the end of January.

Former Dallas Cowboy Emmitt Smith asking Pa. for $14M to build techie office park in Manayunk

The plan would mark a shift from the past residential development on Venice Island, a thin land mass between the Schuylkill and the Manayunk Canal.

Housing has peaked. Here are the reasons the market has cooled.

There are three segments of affordability: Income, housing price, and mortgage costs. All have made it more difficult to buy a home.

Why a new report suggests the gender wage gap is wider than you thought

"The long-term gender earnings gap has narrowed since 1968, but it has by no means disappeared," the study's authors wrote.

Philly doesn't need PPA's free holiday parking to entice suburban visitors | Opinion

Philly is a destination. We don't need to convince people to come here because of free parking.

Philly's free holiday parking is goodwill when we need it most | Opinion

The PPA's holiday parking discount encourages more people to visit Philadelphia and enjoy our attractions.

What was the threat from gas leak that jammed traffic over the Delaware River?

There have been "numerous explosions" of ethylene oxide in industrial situations; the bridge was shut as a precaution

Amazon physical stores likely coming to Philly within two years, PREIT CEO says

Amazon has been rolling Amazon Books stores out across the country and has opened Amazon Go cashierless grocery stores in Seattle, Chicago and San Francisco.

'This is a business proposition … not charity:' Philly's eds and meds buy-local program debuts

The inspiration is a 2014 finding by the city Controller's Office that $5.3 billion is spent annually on goods and services by the city's 34 universities and hospitals, with just $2.7 billion of it

In Chester County, luxury apartments for some, lost homes for others

As Phoenixville has risen, transforming from a rough-and-tumble former steel town to a hot destination for dining and drinking, working-class folks have struggled to keep up - and often been priced

The 2018 Inquirer Industry Icons Awards

The Inquirer's 2018 Industry Icons Awards were presented to recognize Philadelphia's outstanding business leaders during a Hall of Fame Dinner Wednesday, November 28, 2018.

CEOs don't make good presidents. I know because I am one. | Opinion

La Colombe's CEO Todd Carmichael issues a reminder to the new members of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Parents, do you steal your retirement money to pay for college?

Don't let guilt prompt you to pay your kids' college bills - and cheat on your retirement.

Pictures of the 2018 Inquirer Business Hall of Fame Icons

The Inquirer's 2018 Industry Icons Awards were presented to recognize Philadelphia's outstanding business leaders during a Hall of Fame Dinner held at the Hyatt at the Bellevue Wednesday, November 28,

Suit alleges pay-to-play in Pa.'s marijuana research program

The filing by a group of current medical marijuana growers and dispensary operators says any research will be minimal and the state effectively gave up to its power to vet and choose research

Philly agency ramps up vacant land sales, starting in Fishtown and Whitman

The properties going up for bid consist of 24 empty lots and two vacant buildings within Philadelphia's First Council District.

Is free December street parking a boon or bust for Philadelphia?

The Philadelphia Parking Authority estimated it would lose about $400,000 in parking meter revenue by foregoing Saturday enforcement through New Year's Day.

Long-delayed Philly stadium casino sets 2020 target for start-up

Developers of Philly's long-delayed second casino say construction will start in early 2019. "We're at the final stage."

Parx, SugarHouse get green light to launch sports betting soon

State regulators approved licenses of bookmakers at Parx, Sugarhouse, clearing the path for sports betting to launch.

Pa. gaming board rejects Lombardi's Pizza for alleged mob ties

Law enforcement alleged that organized crime was attempting to get a toehold in Parx Casino through Lombardi's.