Recent Articles from Ana Mrdalj
Sheetz is moving ahead with plans to develop a new store in Willow Street at the former Burkholder’s Quality Cars site. The proposed 4,600-square-foot convenience store at 2539 Willow Street Pike, kitty-corner from Kendig Square, would replace the car dealership that closed in June 2018.
A U.S. labor board on Thursday approved McDonald’s Corp’s proposed settlement allowing the fast-food company to avoid a ruling on whether it is a “joint employer” of franchise workers and could be made to bargain with unions.
The House of Representatives on Thursday passed Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing legislation, a sweeping bill that will allow the U.S. government to negotiate lower prices on the costliest drugs each year.
A new analysis of where “innovation” jobs are being created in the United States paints a stark portrait of a divided economy where the industries seen as key to future growth cluster in a narrowing set of places.
France’s Sanofi on Monday agreed to buy California-headquartered biotechnology firm Synthorx in a cash deal worth about $2.5 billion as it steps up a push in the lucrative field of cancer drugs under its new chief executive.
Gov. Tom Wolf is putting the state House of Representatives on a timeline to pass legislation he has long sought to raise Pennsylvania’s minimum wage, saying Friday that the Republican-controlled chamber has until the end of the month.
China is planning to exempt some US soybeans and pork products from tariffs, a move that could take some heat out of talks aimed at agreeing on a truce in the trade war.
Papa John’s founder files lawsuit against ad agency; his wife files for divorce, saying marriage is ‘broken’
Papa John’s founder John Schnatter filed a lawsuit Thursday against an advertising firm and its parent company related to the events that led to him being ousted as chairman.
Lancaster is considering lending $250,000 to help the developer of the Holiday Inn Lancaster offset higher-than-expected renovation costs. The money would come from the city’s Enterprise Loan Program, also known as the Small Business Loan Program.
U.S. job growth likely accelerated in November as former striking workers returned to General Motors’ payrolls, which would confirm that the economy remained on a moderate expansion path despite a prolonged manufacturing slump.
Uber released its highly-anticipated safety report on Thursday revealing, among other details, that it received 5,981 reports of sexual assault in 2017 and 2018. Among those, there were 464 reports of rape.
John Sygielski faces a tough mandate. The president of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College must figure out how to serve students better, attract more of them while also saving money to an extent that will shrink staff and cause additional pain.