We seem to have an on-going fascination with pirates, from Halloween costumes to movies, but a multi-media movement argues that they are a driving progressive force.
New Jersey no longer has the worst business tax climate among the 50 states.
The soup maker said Thursday that it will close a plant in Sacramento, Calif., that has about 700 full-time workers. It also plans to shutter a spice plant in South Plainfield, N.J., that has 27 employees.
Business leaders in New Jersey seem upbeat about the state’s economic future, according to a newly released survey.
Chris reviews Mitt Romney’s speech on education at a Charter School in West Philly. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about the lawsuit filed by Facebook investors and the President’s attacks on Mitt Romney. He also talks to Jonah Goldberg, author of the Tyranny of Cliches and the next guest of The Red Meat Tour.
A new study finds that more businesses than ever before in our region are providing unique work spaces for their customers and employees.
Courtesy Uncle Sam, the Nutter Administration has $50 million dollars in tax credits to dole out to start-up businesses in the city’s disadvantaged neighborhoods.
An annual survey of businesses in New Jersey shows some economic improvement over the last year, but not enough to make them ready to hire more people.
The IRS is offering a break for business owners who incorrectly classify workers as freelancers.
Located in York County and pre-dating the Constitution, the Landreth Seed Company is danger of going out of business.
View a list of job fairs taking place now through the end of 2011 in the Philadelphia region.
On the agenda in Philadelphia City Council this fall: at least two new plans to ease the tax burden for businesses in the city.
New Jersey businesses would be spared a sudden major boost in the unemployment tax under legislation that calls for it to be phased in to help restore the state’s depleted unemployment insurance fund.
Top city leaders, including planners and hospitality officials as well as small business people gathered this week to discuss the state of Philadelphia.
They were looking for “transformative ideas’ to impact jobs and the quality of life in the city.
With the decline of a unionized workforce in this country and growing efforts at union-busting, how is the organized labor movement faring in our region?