Business functions best when government remembers where its expertise lies. Read More »»
First things first: 501(c)(3)s are not 501(c)(4)s. Read More »»
Enrollees will now have until Dec. 31 to pay for healthcare.gov insurance that begins Jan. 1, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today. Read More »»
The state Department of Labor and Industry said it is increasing its unemployment compensation fraud investigation efforts and making more referrals to law enforcement. Read More »»
Facing an independent investigation into an undisclosed “informal allegations,” the chief investment officer at the State Employees' Retirement System will retire, effective Dec. 31. Read More »»
The state Senate on Tuesday confirmed Gov. Tom Corbett's pick to lead the commonwealth's Department of Environmental Protection. Read More »»
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today that November's healthcare.gov enrollment was more than four times October's, for a cumulative total of nearly 137,204 Americans that have selected plans since Oct. 1. Read More »»
It still looks like it will be a nice Christmas for the city of Harrisburg. Read More »»
The expansion of Philadelphia firm Conrad O'Brien into its new Harrisburg office has just two full-time lawyers. Read More »»
Enrollment numbers on healthcare.gov are improving incrementally, but there is still a need to improve the website's functionality, nonprofit insurer Highmark said today. Read More »»
A Northwestern Pennsylvania lawmaker said Monday he expects to introduce legislation allowing Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities to set their own tuition rates for out-of-state students to better compete for those students. Read More »»
The Navy has awarded a $17.2 million contract to Lancaster County-based Sechan Electronics Inc. to produce targeting devices for naval mines, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. Read More »»
Defense contractor BAE Systems' York County facility is cutting about 135 workers over the next three months, starting today, due mostly to the slowdown in Bradley Fighting Vehicle production, the company said. Read More »»
To the surprise of even county officials, the proposed 2014 Lebanon County budget doesn't include a tax increase. Read More »»
As part of its $55 million gummy vitamin investment in York County, New Jersey-based Church & Dwight Co. Inc. has received from the state an economic development assistance package offer of grants, tax credits and training funds. Read More »»
A nurse anesthetist bill that has divided the Pennsylvania medical community has passed the state House and moved on to the Senate. Read More »»
PNC Bank will have to shell out about $89 million to settle with the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. (Freddie Mac) on about 900,000 loans. Read More »»
Attracting visitors in 2014 is the trick, since “Gettysburg 151” doesn't have the same kind of ring. Read More »»
Kelly Klasnick was interested early in the complexity and interconnectedness of financial markets. Read More »»
It's a classic showdown: Developers and industry vs. environmentalists. Read More »»
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