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State's first medical pot grower permits mostly outside major cities

State's first medical pot grower permits mostly outside major cities

Pennsylvania's first recipients of medical marijuana grower/processor licenses were announced Tuesday, and most are in rural areas or small...

Peer-to-peer payments change the way people split tabs, pay bills

Some of the largest financial institutions in the country are positioned to roll out potentially game-changing peer-to-peer tech in the coming...

U.S. bank investors hope Fed stress test results lead to big payouts

Source: Reuters

Investors are hoping the Federal Reserve will allow big U.S. banks to put an estimated $150 billion in idle capital toward stock buybacks, dividends...

Adams County grant program for low-income communities in jeopardy

Source: The Evening Sun

Since 1985, more than $10 million has funded programs in Adams County to boost job opportunities for the homeless, teach children how to live...

Figs and trade secrets: Lancaster company vows growth despite bankruptcy, lawsuit

Figs and trade secrets: Lancaster company vows growth despite bankruptcy, lawsuit

Lancaster Fine Foods filed for bankruptcy protection last month after losing a landmark court case alleging it illegally profited from the fruits of...

Wells Fargo is accused of making improper changes to mortgages

Source: The New York Times

Even as Wells Fargo was reeling from a major scandal in its consumer bank last year, officials in the company’s mortgage business were putting...

In age of regulatory shake-ups, state revives conference for investment professionals

Fiduciary rules, alternatives investments and cyber security. Oh my.

Gov. Wolf to sign pension reform bill on Monday

Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday plans to sign a major pension reform bill that the General Assembly fast-tracked this week.

Peer-to-peer payments change the way people split tabs, pay bills

Peer-to-peer payments change the way people split tabs, pay bills

Dan Armstrong's first foray into transferring money by phone happened not in a swanky Silicon Valley city but in rural Tanzania.

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