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Tyco's 'piggy,' out of the pen and living small


On the 35th floor of a two-bedroom rental overlooking the East River, L. Dennis Kozlowski lives with his new wife, Kimberly, in relative modesty...

Benecard employees say fraudulent tax returns filed through data breach


A class action lawsuit filed Feb. 26 claims prescription benefit company Benecard Services Inc., which has an office in Mechanicsburg, failed to...

Centric Bank making moves for future with OTC ticker symbol application


Centric Bank will make the next step in its eight-year history this spring when it obtains a ticker symbol from the over-the-counter market.

Growing Lancaster County apparel firm catches endorsement of Steeler Antonio Brown


Antonio Brown recently inked a deal with Lancaster-based Amped Apparel to promote the brand’s wares, including his black-and-gold...

Dodd asks judge to toss prison sentence


From his cell in the federal prison at Lewisburg, former Capitol View Commerce Center developer David R. Dodd II is asking a U.S. judge to vacate the...

Natural-gas royalties lawsuit hinges on transaction date


A class-action lawsuit over natural gas royalties hinges on the question of when the company sold the gas, an industry expert said Friday.

Corporate food masquerades as hipster fare

Source: The Associated Press

At a taco shop in Southern California, milkshakes are served in mason jars and a chalkboard menu lists “The 1%er” made with lobster meat.

A two-man race is on to succeed Buffett at Berkshire


Warren Buffett once wrote to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. that if he, his partner Charles Munger and his deputy Ajit Jain were ever on a...

PUC votes to deregulate Verizon landline service in urban areas


For the first time since the days of Ma Bell, the state's largest telephone company won the right Thursday to set its own prices for basic, landline...

City entrepreneurs plan 50-plus room Surveyor Hotel in downtown Lancaster


A 50-plus room hotel is planned for downtown Lancaster in the three-story building that now houses Teachers Protective Mutual Life Insurance Co.

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