Overall the unemployment rate is down four-tenths of a percentage point from last year.
Safety equipment manufacturer to buy Latchways for $16.85 per share
National Federation of Independent Businesses says graphic illustrates dangers to Pennsylvania businesses
This is the third year that Pennsylvania company received honor from J.D. Power.
To educate, empower and engage the Carlisle region, a quartet of Mechanicsburg-area businesswomen said on Tuesday that they will sponsor “Breakthrough to Excellence: Raising the Bar on Life,” four monthly seminars in Summerdale, with the first scheduled for Sept. 22.
Center for Regulatory Solutions says rule would threaten thousands of jobs in commonwealth.
Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries, a leading coating company, has announced the completion of its acquisition of IVC Industrial Coatings Inc., a specialty powder and liquid coatings manufacturer whose 2014 sales exceeded $100,000, the company announced Wednesday.
Malvern, Pennsylvania-based Fortune 1000 company Vishay Intertechnology Inc. on Tuesday announced its intention to showcase its latest discoveries at the Solar Power International (SPI) 2015 on Sept. 14 through 17 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
Stradley Ronon announced Wednesday that intellectual property attorney Philip J. Foret has joined the firm as a partner in its Malvern, Pennsylvania, office.
Bringing back his work ethic and skills, public and private sector financial pro Luke Ratke has rejoined Grant Thornton LLP as a partner and leader of the firm’s Pittsburgh audit practice, the company announced Wednesday.
Simulation-based health care learning-platforms provider DecisionSim, based in Chadds Ford, said on Wednesday that it raised $1.85 million in Series A financing, positioning itself and its lead product, also called DecisionSim, for significant U.S. and global expansion.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board unanimously votes in favor of renewing license
The Chester County Commissioners and the Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) are conducting a joint survey in connection with a VISTA 2025 initiative-related Workforce Summit, to be held Oct. 14 at Penn State Great Valley.
The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) has revealed that Pennsylvania will serve as one of seven test states for a new Medicare Advantage insurance model aimed at achieving higher-quality, more cost-efficient healthcare.
PFB cites declining retail prices and increased costs
Growth of Upper Burrell Township R&D site will create at least 90 new full-time jobs.
Chester County commissioners unveiled three new investments in Coatesville programs, services and infrastructure this week, attributing the efforts to effective partnerships and cooperation among community leaders and groups, as well as private investors.
Ottsville-based Lampire Biological Laboratories recently unveiled plans to renovate its Everett facility's manufacturing capacity to perform specialized tissue processing as part of a new five-year, $5 million contract with an international Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company.
In response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Waters of the United States rule, U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, (R-Dist. 9), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, released a statement last week. “Pennsylvania’s farmers, homebuilders and small businesses are a backbone of our economy, and the EPA’s attempt to stifle their growth through this federal power grab will cause great harm to our region,” Shuster said in the statement.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) unanimously moved this week to allow four regional utility businesses to abolish enrollment limits, effectively removing the ceilings until 2017, following a request submitted by the companies.