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Philly's warehouse-building frenzy has begun. But will good jobs come with it?

How competition for warehouse labor has changed the workplace - and how it hasn't.

Why L.O.L. Surprise! dolls are Xmas hits: The unwrapping is pure drama

MGA Entertainment's pooping unicorns are also popular this year, but Isaac Larian, MGA Entertainment founder and chief executive said it's "nothing compared to L.O.L."

Former fed watchdog launches nonprofit to help fix $1.5T student debt crisis | Debt Valley

Seth Frotman is launching a new nonprofit, the Student Borrower Protection Center, with two other former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials to take on the nation's bureaucratic

A shared life, home, and holiday in Abington

"It's wonderful to celebrate Hanukkah together in the home we now share and love," Joy Pollock said. "That's our miracle."

Will ETFs, their prices dependent on hedge fund billions, stay aligned in the next market panic?

"Robust competition within the trading ecosystem ensures that ETF transaction costs are fair and in line with the costs and risks incurred by firms" that trade against ETF investors, says a sponsor.

It's time to end Philly's archaic Councilmanic prerogative land deals for good | Editorial

The lack of oversight is abysmal and that fact raises very legitimate questions about whether it is deliberate.

The booming Black Friday weekend had more shoppers on smartphones and in stores

More than 89 million people shopped online and in stores, an almost 40 percent increase from last year.

Philly airport plans $5.5M land purchase to expand planned air-freight complex footprint

The land to be acquired is adjacent to the 135-acre property known as the Henderson Tract.

Center City's historic Stephen Girard Building to become hotel under Hilton's Canopy brand

The hotel plan is part of the East Market commercial and residential complex that is set to eventually encompass the entire property bounded by Market and Chestnut Streets, between 11th and 12th

Comcast bills will rise 3.3 percent, but check your fees. That's where the hikes hit hardest.

Comcast's promotional prices don't increase over the terms of a subscriber's contract, but the fees do. And those fees are driving up the overall bill.

Demand for Philly warehouse space prompts developers to start building without tenants in hand

Developers are building or acquiring big, industrial properties in Philadelphia speculatively, without first lining up tenants for the space, a practice that had been virtually unheard of in the city

Philadelphia's skyline rising: From a colonial church spire to glassy blue Comcast 2

To build higher than Billy Penn felt like a slight to the city's founder. Some feared it would make Philadelphia's skyline just like every other big city. What it's become is modern and distinct.

N.J. moves a big step closer to legalizing marijuana

Senate Bill 2703 would legalize the possession and use of limited amounts of marijuana for adults 21 and older. It also faces potential opposition from towns that want more flexibility to accept or

EEOC complaints for sexual harassment are booming thanks to Harvey Weinstein and other factors

The lesson for employers is clear: The EEOC, even in this current pro-business climate in D.C., is active and growing.

Update: Holtec's Singh plans to build $680 million factory to boost nuclear power in India

The Holtec factory would "give India autonomous capability to produce systems and components to support the country's planned expansion of nuclear generation."

CEO Tim Sloan has had two years to fix Wells Fargo. Is he running out of time?

With Democrats winning control of the House of Representatives, and Wells Fargo critic Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Los Angeles County) expected to take over as chair of the House Financial Services

AT&T's pay-per-view golf gaffe exposes weakness of online sports

"People think of this as TV and it will never be as reliable as TV."

Campbell Soup, activist investor reach deal on board seats

Loeb will get two seats on Campbell Soup Co.'s board, along with input on the new CEO and a third additional director.

Year-end tax tips before 2018 winds to a close

Taxpayers who earned less than $66,000 in 2018 may qualify for IRS Free File and can access no-cost tax software online.