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Puerto Rico wants to be able to declare bankruptcy

Puerto Rico's governor has a message for Washington D.C: change the law, we want the right to declare bankruptcy.

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Two Gap stores closing in Promenade

Two Gap stores in the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley will be closing before the end of July.

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US stock suffer worst drop of 2015 on Greek default fears

Greece only makes up 0.3%of the global economy, but it's causing a global stock market sell-off, including a drop of 350 points in the Dow Jones industrial average.

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Greece could be biggest national default in history

If Greece defaults on its debt, it will be the biggest default by a country in history.

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Why Puerto Rico's economy is in a 'death spiral'

Puerto Rico's economy is heading into a "death spiral" right now.

That's how the commonwealth's governor, Alejandro García Padilla, summed up the situation in an interview with…

Valley Preferred wins communications award

Valley Preferred of Allentown was named a winner in the 32nd Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards, the health care industry’s largest marketing communications competition,.

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Global markets spooked by looming 'leap second'

You won't even notice it -- it will literally pass by in a second. But markets around the world are frantically trying to avoid a leap second that threatens to disrupt global…

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China stocks free fall into a bear market

China stocks resumed their dramatic slide Monday as investors pulled out of the market despite a decision by the central bank to cut interest rates to a record low.

The Shanghai…

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The very big risks of the Greek debt crisis

Greece is spiraling ever deeper into a financial and political crisis that could end with it becoming the first country to crash out of the euro.

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Hyundai named official NFL auto sponsor in 4-year deal

Hyundai and the National Football League announced on Monday that the Korean-based automaker would become the league's latest auto sponsor in a deal that will last four years.

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