The three bill-package would let small businesses take a $1 million tax deduction for new equipment — matching a new standard passed in the 2017 tax cuts
Democrats and Wolf won a battle on Wednesday. Maybe it wasn't the prettiest in the world. Maybe it wasn't a categorical victory. But it was a win.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Christine Tartaglione, D-Philadelphia, passed 42-7. Every Democrat and the majority of Republicans supported the bill.
After decades of devotion to boosting shareholder value, it is good to know that CEOs are finally recognizing the needs of society.
One of the state’s top labor leaders said Friday that Gov. Tom Wolf was tentatively moving to gradually increase Pennsylvania’s minimum wage to $9.50 an hour by June 2021.Rick Bloomingdale, president of the Pennsylvania...
Better get used to budget fights.Pennsylvania’s fiscal watchdog agency is predicting deficits in the hundreds of millions of dollars annually over the next five years — some topping a billion dollars in the early...
The share of immigrant workforce in rural parts of Pennsylvania has grown by 75 percent between 2000 and 2016, a new study has found.Using 2016 American Communities Survey data, the report by Penn State...
Through March, about 20 states had considered similar measures, according to published reports.
Reseachers found that Philadelphia retailers passed on 105 percent of the 1.5-cent-per-ounce tax to consumers, that's driven down sales and consumption.
A recent conference on our campus gave business leaders a vantage point on two distinct parts of our city. But all of it needs a hand.