Jefferson said it will acquire Einstein Healthcare over a year ago. Why is it still pending?

For Jefferson, the acquisition would fill a geographic gap between Abington Hospital and three former Aria hospitals spread from Frankford in lower Northeast Philadelphia up to Langhorne in Bucks County.

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After data breach, should Wawa bosses get the Target treatment?

"They need to be as aggressive in this [data breach] as they are in selling hoagies.”
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After data breach, should Wawa bosses get the Target treatment?

"They need to be as aggressive in this [data breach] as they are in selling hoagies.”

From caramels in a car to South Jersey mainstay: A beloved candy shop is turning 100

Aunt Charlotte's Candies, a New Jersey family company now under its third generation of ownership, will celebrate 100 years in business this year.

From caramels in a car to South Jersey mainstay: A beloved candy shop is turning 100

Aunt Charlotte's Candies, a New Jersey family company now under its third generation of ownership, will celebrate 100 years in business this year.

For one last time, Philly’s combo batting cages/concert venue Everybody Hits packs the house

It’s become a common story: A cherished underground venue pops up in Philadelphia, makes fans and artists gush about the shows and parties there, perhaps even wows visitors with its creative, unexpected reuse of an older location, then later it’s gone.

For one last time, Philly’s combo batting cages/concert venue Everybody Hits packs the house

It’s become a common story: A cherished underground venue pops up in Philadelphia, makes fans and artists gush about the shows and parties there, perhaps even wows visitors with its creative, unexpected reuse of an older location, then later it’s gone.
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Dansko’s ‘ugly chic’ clogs made them millions. Can their tropical farm do the same?

Husband and wife Peter Kjellerup and Mandy Cabot, founders of the famous Chester County-based clog company Dansko, officially retired from the $100 million company last January to pursue their next venture.

After Wawa breach, banks reissue thousands of debit, credit cards to customers

Wawa offers a private label credit card that gives customers a discount at the fuel pump. Citi Bank, the issuing bank for the Wawa-branded card, said it would proactively reissue cards to affected customers.

Oil prices surge, stocks slip after U.S. kills Iran general

News that Gen. Qassem Soleimani, head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, was killed in an air attack prompted expectations of Iranian retaliation against U.S. and Israeli targets.

Kia puts even more joy in the Soul for 2020

Kia has made consistent improvements in its vehicles in the past decade, and the Soul has been the best example of its attention to detail. With the 2020 model, the company adds more speed and more fun to its practical boxy model.

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In 2019, thousands of Pa. workers lost their jobs with little notice. Our lawmakers can fix that. | Opinion

Union president strongly urges lawmakers to consider passing legislation to enact a state-level WARN Act to protect hard working Pennsylvanians.

Big business in Philly campaigned for ‘real change.’ Change came — but not the kind it wanted.

The victory of Working Families Party candidate Kendra Brooks, who beat back a last-minute campaign by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, highlighted the electoral struggles of big business as liberals have made inroads in city politics.

Coming soon: ‘Jersey Fresh’ hemp. Anyone with a permit can farm it.

The USDA gives approval to hemp farming in the Garden State

Amazon workers clash with company over climate change

Amazon employees say that the company has threatened to fire some workers for publicly pushing the company to do more to combat climate change.

U-Haul International to stop hiring smokers in 21 states

A well-known truck and trailer rental company has announced plans to stop interviewing and hiring nicotine users, including people who use e-cigarettes and vaping products.

Vanguard cuts commissions to zero for online stock trading

Vanguard says it will no longer charge commissions on online trading of stocks and options.

Trump’s tweets are helping Croydon-based robot maker Macron Dynamics boom. Now it needs workers.

A tight local labor market, fueled by retiring Baby Boomers at manufacturing plants and worker-hungry Amazon warehouses, are making it hard for manufacturers to find workers and space to expand. Many of these firms are part of the supply chain for bigger companies.

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Citizens CEO is ‘banker of the year.’ He sees a strong economy and no recession in 2020.

What about all that noise from Washington -- tariffs, impeachment, and fears that investors won’t keep hiring if they don’t know where taxes and regulations are heading the next few years? By now, “we’re almost inured to it,” said Van Saun.

Visa warned of hacking risk before Wawa found data breach exposing customers’ credit and debit cards

Visa reported in November that gas stations are attractive targets for cyber-criminals because many have been slow to adopt more-secure payment-processing technology. Wawa said it is still implementing chip technology at gas pumps and expects all pumps to be upgraded in 2020.

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