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At the Wells Fargo Center, closed by coronavirus, Comcast workers will still get paid. Others may not.

The 800 Aramark employees who work in food and beverage at the Wells Fargo Center are demanding that Aramark pay them during the coronavirus outbreak.

American Airlines halts more flights between Philadelphia and Europe due to coronavirus

At Delta, cancellations are “rising dramatically" and outpacing bookings over the next month.

American Airlines halts more flights between Philadelphia and Europe due to coronavirus

At Delta, cancellations are “rising dramatically" and outpacing bookings over the next month.

How much would a payroll tax cut add to your paycheck? Philly accountants lay it out.

A possible payroll tax holiday could restore about 2% of your paycheck.

How much would a payroll tax cut add to your paycheck? Philly accountants lay it out.

A possible payroll tax holiday could restore about 2% of your paycheck.
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Nasdaq picks Philly’s Navy Yard as backup location if coronavirus empties Wall Street

Nasdaq has stepped up training in recent days to add dozens of personnel at its League Island Boulevard center if needed.

Southwest Airlines flight attendant speaks out about severe reactions to uniforms

Tonya Osborne's doctor warned that if she kept wearing the uniform, it could affect her ability to do her job.

Unemployment rises, but Pennsylvania payrolls hit new record

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rose slightly, as the pool of job-seekers and payrolls hit record highs.

Philly refinery shutdown pitted workers against climate activists. Did it have to be that way?

What played out after the refinery’s collapse is a long-standing struggle in the climate justice movement. It’s often framed as “jobs vs. the environment,” but experts say that’s a troubling — and false — choice.

Carmen ‘Chubby’ DiRusso, longtime labor coordinator at Convention Center, dies at 75

The longtime labor coordinator had a soft heart beneath his imposing figure, his daughter said.

Editorial staff at the Wilmington News Journal want to unionize

"We are unionizing in an effort to seek structural change in an industry where corporate decision makers continue to slash newsrooms across the country," a statement from the Wilmington News Journal's new Delaware News Guild read.

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Why is a Philadelphia credit union, founded for public employees, short $12M from a loan to a shuttered Bucks County hotel?

Big credit unions are acting more like banks. A hotel deal that turned to bankruptcy amid unpaid tax, utility, maintenance, and wage claims raises the question: Are they ready?

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Gene therapy heats Passage Bio IPO; new Hatch Fund; rivals join BrokerTech; FS spins AIX; PCI buys, may sell

Passage Bio goes over target to raise $216 million; PA Bio's $25M Hatch Fund; Graham, rival Conner Strong join BrokerTech; FS spins off AIX; PCI buys Bellwyck

Philadelphia teachers’ union president Jerry Jordan fends off challengers, but progressives make gains

Jordan’s slate, known as the Collective Bargaining Team, appeared to win 62% of the vote, with the early tally 4,453 votes for Jordan's team to 2,761 for the Caucus of Working Educators.

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New Jersey laws will make it harder for small businesses to use independent contractors

Wherever you stand on the issue, if you’re running a small business in New Jersey you should be aware that more change is inevitably coming.

After Philly refinery sale, a United Steelworkers chief says he did his best to save jobs

Thomas Conway, the Steelworkers president, said the sale of the refinery complex to a buyer that wants to dismantle it was a “frustrating turn of events.” But he pushed back on critics who called him a “sellout.”

After a rich career in media, HGTV cofounder Susan Packard is all about helping women

The cofounder of HGTV handicaps new content, channels, and streaming services.

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