Bern Township-based EnerSys, one of the largest industrial battery makers in the world, was awarded a 71 million contract to supply one of its proprietary batteries to all branches of the United States military, the company announced.
Remediation work continues at a site in Easton owned by Met-Ed near Lafayette College's William C. Buck Hall.
Members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1600 in Pennsylvania have ratified a new five-year labor contract, PPL Corp. of Allentown.
A North Carolina-based energy company signed a lease for an office and warehouse space in Northampton County.
Hofmann Industries Inc. , a metal tube manufacturer based in Sinking Spring, owes 18. 4 million to its salaried and hourly pension plans dating to 2010, according to the federal agency that protects retirement incomes.
Lead paint and asbestos cleanup will begin this spring at the site of the former Allentown Metal Works.
Chris Martin IV, chairman and CEO of his family-owned C. F. Martin Guitar Co. based in Upper Nazareth Township, begins his class on entrepreneurship with a bold con-fession.
Newspaper writers, nurses, police officers, teachers, airplane pilots, radio programmers, hairdressers, assembly line workers.
A Stroudsburg-based bank is furthering its expansion into the Greater Lehigh Valley.
A federal judge this week rejected a lawsuit filed in U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia last year by a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit against the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The immediate goal of the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corp. 's new chairwoman is to develop a new three-year strategic plan.
Businesses and commuters who travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike would be able to write off some of their toll expenses under a new proposal from a Bucks County state legislator.
With a theme of “The Roaring Twentieth,” the 20th Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show returns today to Lehigh University’s Goodman Campus in Bethlehem.
Lehigh University in Bethlehem has announced the hiring of its first chief diversity officer.
The Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers, which has 18 locations in the state, including offices run through Lehigh University in Bethlehem and Kutztown University in Reading, is celebrating National SBDC Day by promoting its accomplishments over the last year.