Popular Temple sports bar that closed is reopening as an upscale restaurant
A popular Temple University sports bar and dining spot will be reborn as The Peabody, an upscale casual restaurant. The change is the result of a partnership between Temple and Glu Hospitality, which has several trendy night spots in Northern Liberties.
Ag Secretary Shares Thoughts on Farm Importance
Redding, a Pennsylvania native who has a deep understanding of production agriculture from his time growing up on a dairy farm and being a dairy farm operator himself, shared some of the things he is focused on post pandemic. He is a strong advocate for the dairy industry and fair pricing.
2022 Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors
Moreira designed and taught MBA, Executive, and In-Company courses, focusing on Corporate Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology Strategy. He has also taught in countries across the globe, including the United States, Spain, Brazil, Denmark, United Kingdom, Cyprus, and Colombia.
How Philadelphia Residents Can Confirm Property Tax Assessments
David Wilk, an Assistant Professor of Finance and the Director of Temple University’s Real Estate program, joins FOX 29 to discuss the city’s property assessments and how homeowners can confirm the financial figures.
Should you subscribe to your next vacation?
You can subscribe to music and movies. Why not travel? New services target frequent travelers, luxury lovers, bargain shoppers and even Tesla fans.
Community Banks Adapting to the Digital Age
In this episode, we explore how community banks are adapting to a changing digital landscape by analyzing banking and technology questions from the 2021 CSBS National Survey of Community Banks.
What Elon Musk’s $44 billion deal to buy Twitter means for the social media platform
SpaceX founder Elon Musk will soon add Twitter to his portfolio of companies. Musk on Monday reached an agreement to buy the social media platform.
Philadelphia condos lag behind in an otherwise hot housing market
Despite surging prices in the broader housing market, the median price of condos in Philadelphia stayed flat from March 2021 to March 2022.
Here’s Why Kentucky Ranks 8th Worst When it Comes to Filling Jobs
Many area businesses have been reporting difficulty filling jobs over the last couple of years. So, it’s no surprise that in a new study of best and worst states for filling jobs from WalletHub, Kentucky ranks at the bottom.
Pa. Family Council’s GOP gubernatorial forum video reinstated by YouTube after appeal
YouTube pulled a video of last week’s Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidates’ forum, according to the organization that hosted the event. However the video has since been reinstated and is available on the Pennsylvania Family Council’s YouTube page.
EIIA appoints Michael Zuckerman as independent director
Higher education insurance and risk management specialist EIIA has appointed Michael Zuckerman as an independent director. The Chicago headquartered member-owned business manages two captive insurance companies for its 130 member institutions.
As residents struggle with rising costs, Delaware offers tax rebates to help offset inflation
“It’s horrible. You’re making life choices between gas and food,” said Sharon McDowall of West Philadelphia.
New Temple Fox Dean: Rankings Scandal ‘Could Never Happen Again’
When he was first appointed interim dean of Temple University’s Fox School of Business in July 2018, finance department chair Ronald Anderson thought, perhaps naively, that the school would see a quick turnaround from the rankings scandal that had embroiled his predecessor.
What happens to the world if Russia defaults on its debt?
Because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the economic screws have been put to the Russian economy. As a result, Russia is likely to default on its debt. What does that mean for the rest of the world?
Are corporations using inflation to rake in huge profits?
Inflation is a problem right now. And recently, there’s been a lot of talk and speculation that some companies have been using inflation as a front to simply raise prices to improve profits. So is this happening?