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Work on Philly Pretzel Factory progresses after delays

Source: LDNews.com

The delay was caused when the owners had to find a new contractor and a new architect, said Steve Zappasodi, one of five co-owners. Full Story »»

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Ex-state representative disbarred after Computergate conviction

Source: PennLive.com

An order came down Thursday from the state's highest court, disbarring a Muncy attorney and ex-state representative who was jailed on public corruption charges in the Computergate scandal. Read More »»

CBS launches streaming TV service in Philadelphia, 13 other cities

Source: Philly.com

CBS Corp. launched on Thursday a $6 a month streaming service in Philadelphia and 13 other cities, a day after Time Warner Inc. said it would offer HBO as a stand-alone Internet service in 2015. Read More »»

Stock index futures fall after S&P 500 rout

Source: Bloomberg.com

U.S. stock-index futures retreated following yesterday’s rout that sent the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to its lowest level since April. Read More »»

Google unveils new ‘Nexus 6′ smartphone, tablet and media player

Source: washingtonpost.com

Google on Wednesday introduced a new lineup of gadgets showing off a new smartphone, tablet and streaming media player. The ambitious release takes on many of Google's top competitors ahead of the holiday season. Read More »»

Brazil group visits to learn more about shale

Source: post-gazette.com

As Brazil seeks to develop its shale reserves, a group of delegates representing energy companies, government and business groups stopped in Pittsburgh to see what lessons could be learned from the Marcellus Shale. Read More »»

Old F.W. Woolworth building in York could become retail, apartments

Source: ydr.com

Royal Square Development/Susquehanna Renovations is looking to buy the building from York's Redevelopment Authority and turn it into a mixed-use retail and residential project. Read More »»

Source Interlink facility's contents to be auctioned Monday

Source: Lancasteronline.com

The equipment in Source Interlink Distribution’s now-closed magazine distribution center here will be auctioned Monday at 10:30 a.m. Read More »»

Through changes and challenges, libraries still offer businesses a lot

Source: cpbj.com

Yes, funding and technology changes are reshaping the public library landscape. Read More »»

General Assembly extends 2013-14 legislative session; goals remain modest

Source: Pennlive.com

The state Senate is expected back Thursday to complete its work. The House - which broke for the week Wednesday evening - will come back next Monday to finish debate on bills the Senate deals with tonight and Thursday. Read More »»

Soldiers National Museum closing in Gettysburg

Source: yorkdispatch.com

The diaries have been guarded behind a glass case for 50 years. Read More »»

Bank of America posts profit on trading after mortgage settlement

Source: Bloomberg.com

Bank of America Corp., which agreed to a record $16.7 billion settlement of government mortgage probes in August, posted a surprise third-quarter profit as revenue from trading stocks and bonds increased. Read More »»

Value, convenience are top priorities of Highmark, new CEO Holmberg says

Source: triblive.com

David Holmberg doesn't like to spend a lot of time in the office. Read More »»

West Virginia company finds paths for Marcellus pipeline projects

Source: post-gazette.com

No mountain, valley or stream has ever stumped Energy Surveys, said the Clarksburg, W.Va.-based company that routes pipelines carrying oil and gas. Roads, on the other hand, can be a little trickier. Read More »»

Fellow salon owner helped another keep his business going after a fire

Source: ydr.com

Pay it forward could be the motto for hair salons in York County. Read More »»

Three generations and 75 years later, New Holland dental practice rebrands itself for future

Source: Lancasteronline.com

Laura Harkin grew up in a family of dedicated dentists. Read More »»

York City Pretzel twists together entrepreneurship, city love

Source: cpbj.com

The twisted tale starts in a downtown York bar, where a couple friends discuss the state of hard pretzels in the modern era. Read More »»

Senate removes stream buffers for new developments, gives edge to builders, property owners

Source: Pennlive.com

In a legislative battle between the interests of builders and those of environmentalists, builders won Tuesday night. Read More »»

Kislak brokers nearly $42M in Pa. property transactions

Source: NJBIZ.com

The Kislak Company, Inc., announced Tuesday that it has brokered the sales of three multifamily properties in eastern Pennsylvania for a total of $41.73 million. Read More »»

Russian hackers used bug in Microsoft Windows for spying, report says

Source: nytimes.com

Russian hackers used a bug in Microsoft Windows to spy on several Western governments, NATO and the Ukrainian government, according to a report released Tuesday by iSight Partners, a computer security firm in Dallas. Read More »»

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