David’s Bridal says creditors will keep stores open, dresses flowing, in bankruptcy

"David's Bridal has sufficient liquidity to meet its business obligations and will continue to operate its business as usual" while under bankruptcy protection, the company said.

SAP adds Contextor, robotic process automation

"Relieves business software users from performing competitive tasks."

SAP adds Contextor, robotic process automation

"Relieves business software users from performing competitive tasks."

Mushroom spawn king seeks China trade relief

"I'm a Trump supporter, but I keep waiting for him to do something for me."

Mushroom spawn king seeks China trade relief

"I'm a Trump supporter, but I keep waiting for him to do something for me."
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‘Freedom from Facebook’ backer is David Magerman, hedge fund genius, Main Line restaurateur

Magerman said he felt that Facebook had a 'huge financial disincentive to protect users' data," a report said.

Seeking cash long after predators escape

We should all want to see rapists put where they can't hurt more people, and bishops and other authorities who knew but let them get away with it fired, at least. And victims deserve compensation. But who pays?

23 Chinese restaurant owners sue Philly in U.S. court, allege discriminatory night-closing enforcement

The owners say the law was passed "with the intent to target and discriminate" against them and their businesses, among other claims.

Big business buys back billions of debt

With rates rising and the outlook unsure, some big companies say it's a good time to pay down debt.

Survey analytics: SAP borrows $8 billion to cover Qualtrics bet

The $400 million (yearly sales) survey company collects and analyzes consumer and worker preference data for 9,000 brands, including the Air Force, Aramark, BMW, Pfizer, Target, and Walt Disney.

Suburban Philly is now the kind of place that elects Democrats

Trump's "political malpractice" seems to have crippled suburban Republicans, but the strategy is popular elsewhere.

Are Pennsylvania pension fund trustees in over their heads?

The pension board "does not appear to have the expertise to be able to adequately ovesee the current complex strategies employed by (its own) Investment Office"

UCity’s new labs open for business

The higher rates are a sign of rising demand for high-quality lab space for hopeful biotech start-ups near Penn, CHOP, Drexel and the Wistar Institute,

Data deal: Talend pays $60M for Philly-based Stitch

"We become the only vendor that can serve all levels of the market and all users of cloud analytics."

In South Philly, Axalta’s new R&D temple of paint

"They are all the same colors, but they aren't. This is metallic, this is pearled, this is layered. This sparkles"

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Beloved toy store FAO Schwarz makes its comeback

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