China suspected in huge Marriott data breach, official says

Investigators believe hackers working on behalf of China's main intelligence agency are responsible for a massive data breach involving the Marriott hotel chain

Virgin Galactic aims to reach space soon with tourism rocket

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is gearing up to finally send its rocket ship to the edge of space

Virgin Galactic aims to reach space soon with tourism rocket

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is gearing up to finally send its rocket ship to the edge of space

A cannabis futurist foresees dirt-cheap weed, THC appetizers, and a big impact from Canada

This Carnegie Mellon University professor predicts the cost of marijuana will fall to near zero and that joints could be given away like chocolates on a hotel pillow. He worries that usage could then explode especially among the poor.

A cannabis futurist foresees dirt-cheap weed, THC appetizers, and a big impact from Canada

This Carnegie Mellon University professor predicts the cost of marijuana will fall to near zero and that joints could be given away like chocolates on a hotel pillow. He worries that usage could then explode especially among the poor.

Guru Tech raises $25M to hire software engineers

The company's software helps keep its clients' data and other information current.

Guru Tech raises $25M to hire software engineers

The company's software helps keep its clients' data and other information current.
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Free workshop to offer women personalized knowledge, control over finances

Female Financial Freedom, a new nonprofit, wants to educate women in financial matters.

When it comes to natural gas, US ‘open for business’

The U.S. government has become a pitchman for natural gas exports. That could raise profits - and temperatures.

Pa. auditor general wants to take a whack at firms that negotiate drug benefits for the Medicaid program

Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale wants the state to better manage an entire layer of the Medicaid program -- the pharmacy benefit managers -- who have made millions from the program.

Queen of cannabis: Pa.’s biggest weed dealer is a brash and bold entrepreneur

Chris Visco taught serial killers how to make lamps, ran several political campaigns, and was a protegee of department store king Al Boscov's. Now, she's a diva of dope.

After House grilling, CEO says Google will crack down on hateful content

Sundar Pichai on Tuesday defended his company, saying it operates "without political bias." He also told Congress that the web giant would give it a heads-up if it were to go back into China's search market.

U.S. investigators point to China in Marriott hack affecting 500 million travelers

Some U.S. intelligence officials believe that the breach was conducted to enrich the massive Chinese data sets on U.S. and other citizens that have been amassed for years.

J&J, BioMotiv invest $13M in Philly’s Aro Biotherapeutics and its Centyrin protein cancer drugs

The company, based at the University of Pennsylvania’s Pennovation Center, is trying to develop therapies for "undruggable disease."

Up, down, back again: US stocks go on another dizzying ride

U.S. stocks careened through another dizzying day Tuesday after indexes shot to big early-morning gains only to give them all up and then yo-yo between gains and losses

His own single vote made him tax collector, and a Pa. town got an accounting nightmare

Jeffrey Cutler got elected tax collector in a Lancaster County town with one write-in vote. Some officials say his poor performance shows how obsolete the position has become.

China and US discuss plans for trade talks

China, US discuss plans for trade talks in sign negotiations going ahead despite tension over Huawei arrest

North Philly’s Junior Barber Academy teaches kids the basics of barbering and entrepreneurship

P. Michael Boone learned to cut his own hair out of necessity. Now he teaches kids the trade in his North Philly shop. But students also walk away with entrepreneurial skills and big dreams.

Verizon admits defeat with $4.6 Billion AOL-Yahoo write-down

The write-off is an acknowledgment that tough competition for digital advertising is leading to shortfalls in revenue and profit.

Small Business Administration could be reaching more people. Here’s a bill that could help and some tips to hook up

A senate bill could help states like Pennsylvania that are lagging in SBA loans.

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