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  • PHILADELPHIA— Shares of Five Below rose in aftermarket trading after the discount retailer posted strong first-quarter results as it continues to expand quickly. Five Below has opened more than 60 new stores over the last year, including 19 during the fiscal first quarter. Five Below also raised its estimates for the full year.

  • Four districts— Boston, Atlanta, Chicago and St. Louis— reported moderate growth in manufacturing, while some other districts said growth was basically flat during the survey period. Kansas City described a sharp fall in activity in energy producers Oklahoma and New Mexico, while the Dallas district said that oilfield machinery sales were down significantly...

  • The owners of a tour bus that collided with a tractor-trailer on a Pennsylvania highway say the bus driver was one of the three killed in the crash. Academy says the bus was en route from New York to Niagara Falls when the accident occurred Wednesday on Interstate 380 in eastern Pennsylvania. Authorities say a collision between a bus carrying Italian tourists...

  • TOBYHANNA, Pa.— Coroner: 3 die in Pennsylvania crash involving tractor-trailer, bus carrying Italian tourists.

  • An app to help you manage monthly bills, provide a mobile-friendly way to apply for food stamps and a service that helps you build savings automatically were among the creations of 14 startups that pitched their products to executives at JPMorgan Chase's New York headquarters last month. They were there as part of an initiative, called the Financial Solutions...

  • PPG to buy Massachusetts-based Cuming Microwave Corp. Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 | 11:24 AM ET

    PITTSBURGH— Pittsburgh's PPG Industries says it is buying a Massachusetts firm that makes specialty paints and coatings for military and other uses, and its central Pennsylvania subsidiary. PPG isn't disclosing terms of the deal to buy Cuming Microwave Corp., of Avon, Massachusetts, and Cuming-Lehman Chambers Inc. of Chambersburg. Cuming Microwave has...

  • TOBYHANNA, Pa.— A charter bus taking Italian tourists to Niagara Falls collided with a tractor-trailer Wednesday on an eastern Pennsylvania highway, killing the bus driver and two others on the bus and leaving four people in critical condition, authorities said. The crash occurred shortly after 10 a.m. on Interstate 380 in the Pocono Mountain region as the bus,...

  • CORRECTED-YOUR MONEY-Graduating into the family business Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 | 10:36 AM ET

    NEW YORK, June 2- There is one big advantage 23- year-old Clint Morrison has found joining his family's business fresh upon graduating from Rider University: he has a job, while most of his friends do not. The Morrison family business, Benefit Design Specialists Inc, administers employee benefit plans for small businesses and is based in Mechanicsburg,...

  • *Synchronoss jumps on reports of possible sale. June 3- U.S. stocks were higher in early trading on Wednesday after data showed that the country's private sector added more jobs than expected in May and the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged at record lows. "There was nothing disturbing in the numbers," said Mark Luschini, chief investment...

  • *Synchronoss jumps on reports of possible sale. June 3- Wall Street was set to open higher after data showed that the U.S. private sector added more jobs than expected in May and the European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged at record lows. "There was nothing disturbing in the numbers," said Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery...

  • HARRISBURG, Pa.— Investigators searched the home of a former longtime mayor whose failed projects, including a planned Wild West museum, helped push the city deep into debt, and they took a saddle and other Western artifacts from him. A lawyer for Democratic former Mayor Stephen Reed told Pennlive.com that the agents were executing a search warrant on Tuesday but...

  • Health care enrollments by state Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 5:02 PM ET

    Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Factory orders fall 0.4 percent in April. WASHINGTON, June 2- New orders for U.S. factory goods fell in April on weak demand for transportation equipment and other goods, suggesting that manufacturing remained constrained by a strong dollar and spending cuts in the energy sector. Households are gradually boosting their spending on manufactured goods, "said Gus...

  • The Stratford, Connecticut, subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. on Tuesday also cited weak demand for international military products. The reduction in production-related jobs affects facilities in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Poland. Spokesman Paul Jackson said the cuts are not related to a review by United Technologies of whether to sell, spin off...

  • WASHINGTON— More than 10 million people have signed up for private health insurance this year under President Barack Obama's law, the administration said Tuesday. And the Supreme Court is weighing the legality of subsidized premiums for millions of consumers in more than 30 states. "Enrollment has been lower and slower than what most people projected," said...

  • WASHINGTON, June 2- Sikorsky Aircraft, a unit of United Technologies Corp, on Tuesday said it would cut 1,400 jobs and consolidate facilities, with lower oil prices sharply reducing demand for helicopters in the oil and gas sectors, and international military orders down. "Today's announcement is based on the current challenging market conditions and is...

  • *Dollar drops on optimism of Greece deal with creditors. *Intel drops after rating cut; biggest drag on indexes. June 2- U.S. stocks erased earlier losses to turned positive on Tuesday afternoon on optimism that Greece would strike a deal with its creditors, while weak U.S. data and bearish comments from a Federal Reserve board member allayed fears of a near-term...

  • *Factory orders fall 0.4 percent in April. WASHINGTON, June 2- New orders for U.S. factory goods fell in April as demand for transportation equipment and other goods weakened, suggesting that manufacturing remained constrained by a strong dollar and spending cuts in the energy sector. Households are gradually boosting their spending on manufactured goods, "...

  • The virus that has led to the deaths of more than 44 million chickens and turkeys in the Midwest hasn't been found so far in Ohio, but state officials said banning all poultry shows is a needed step to protect Ohio's $2.3 billion poultry industry. "This was a difficult decision because it means young people can't show their birds at fairs, but it's in the best...

  • Police met U.S. Airways flight 648, with 88 passengers and five crew on board, when it landed at Philadelphia International Airport due to a "possible security threat," said Victoria Lupica, a spokeswoman for U.S. Airways' parent company, American Airlines Group Inc. NBC and CNN reported that other U.S. commercial flights received bomb threats on Tuesday: a United...