Washington, D.C. -- Applications are now open for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)'s Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG).
Nationwide, U.S.A. – Certain Kia Car Models have been recalled due to a fire risk. Car owners are advised to park their vehicles away from homes or structures until the issue is repaired.
Canton, Ma. – Millennials will now be able to buy houses thanks to a new, affordable addition to Dunkin' Donuts menu: Avocado Toast for just $2.99. The company announced the new item, along with new Grilled Cheese Melts and spring-friendly drink items yesterday.
Washington, D.C. – The latest round of Paycheck Protection Program Funding began one month ago and the U.S. Small Business Administration is continually working to improve the program and promote equitable relief for "mom and pop" style businesses.
For most Pennsylvanians, recent years have brought an increasingly significant reliance on technology: household projects, cooking and baking, banking and investments, and social media.
Washington, D.C. -- An interim final rule went into effect on January 13 allowing 8(a) Program participants to elect a one-year program extension in the 8(a) Business Development Program due to obstacles presented by COVID-19.
Pennsdale, Pa. – Renovations continue at Lycoming Crossing in Muncy Township in preparation for Old Navy to move in. Old Navy will be leaving nearby Lycoming Mall to move into the shopping plaza.
As people have been driving less due to stay at home orders due to COVID-19, their vehicles have been spending much more time parked in the driveway. In recognition of this trend, auto insurers are offering credits and refunds for April and May.
Starting Saturday, April 4, Walmart stores will begin limiting the number of customers who will be allowed into the store at once, according to a press statement on the retailer’s website. This is to help encourage the social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 crisis.
Altoona, Pa. —Sheetz says they will pay employees an additional $3 per hour in an effort to support frontline employees who are working tirelessly through the COVID-19 crisis. Since Sheetz sells gasoline and food, it's considered an essential business and was not part of the shutdown ordered…
Amazon will temporarily suspend shipment of non-essential items to their warehouses due to the higher need for household essentials and medical supplies due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Comcast announced on Friday that the company will be taking additional steps to ensure that people stay connected to the internet as many schools suspend classes and companies encourage employees to work from home.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Wednesday that 12 states including Pennsylvania have reached a settlement with T-Mobile and Sprint that will ease concerns about the proposed merger between the two companies. T-Mobile has promised to deliver low-cost plans, locked rates, and wider …
HERSHEY, Pa. -- It's America's turn to vote…and it's going to be hard to pick! Cadbury has announced the top 10 finalists of this year's "Bunny Tryouts." These finalists now vie for the opportunity to be in this year's iconic Cadbury Clucking Bunny Easter commercial.
Struggling home furnishings retailer Pier 1 Imports, Inc. said it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it is initiating a sale process. The company is in discussions with multiple potential buyers. In a statement, the company said it has also entered into a Plan Support Agreement or…
A U.S. District judge ruled in favor of Sprint corp.'s (S) $26 billion merger deal with T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS), dismissing a lawsuit brought by a group of State Attorneys General. The ruling has cleared one of the final hurdles for the deal. But the deal still needs the California Public Ut…
Amazon.com Inc.'s founder and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos is continuing his stock selling spree. According to regulatory filings, the world's richest man has sold more than 2 million shares of Amazon In the past week, for more than $4 billion. The latest transaction was disclosed on F…
What’s Valentine’s Day without the iconic candy conversation hearts? Last year the conversations went silent as Necco, the candy company that produced SweetHearts, went bankrupt. The Spangler Candy Company purchased the brand that same year, but not quickly enough to restock shelves with the…
Approximately 2,000 pounds of raw ground beef products have been recalled due to possible contamination, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Topeka, Kansas -- Payless ShoeSource is relaunching in the U.S. after closing all 2,100 of its stores here last year due to bankruptcy, according to a company press release.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling around 696 thousand Toyota and Lexus brand vehicles in the U.S. to fix fuel pumps that may stop operating.