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Medical device company plans $36M expansion in Limerick

The expansion of a medical device company in Limerick Township is expected create around 243 jobs in the Montgomery County region.

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Bankruptcy filings are down over last year, but a wave is expected if the lockdown continues

Businesses and individuals considering bankruptcy during the pandemic might be holding off for now while the crisis unfolds, but experts expect bankruptcies to rise as companies continue to struggle.

Workable hybrid environments and AI will play key parts higher education’s future

The remote learning offered by colleges and universities across the country this fall likely bears little resemblance to what was happening last spring when the COVID-19 pandemic forced everything to shut down, according to technology experts in eastern and central Pennsylvania. For starters, they say, expect a lot more effort put into engagement

Summer travel season ends down at LVIA

The Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority reported this week that 25,116 passengers traveled out of the airport during the month of August.

Compressed schedules, remote work and grab-and-go meals are all ‘normal’ Fall 2020 college experiences

We removed any breaks. When they pack up for Thanksgiving they won’t be returning to campus. We wanted to get them through the semester with as few gaps as possible to reduce the chance that we would transition to remote due to a resurgence (of Covid-19).

Medical device company plans $36M expansion in Limerick

The expansion of a medical device company in Limerick Township is expected create around 243 jobs in the Montgomery County region.

Read the full story

Bankruptcy filings are down over last year, but a wave is expected if the lockdown continues

Businesses and individuals considering bankruptcy during the pandemic might be holding off for now while the crisis unfolds, but experts expect bankruptcies to rise as companies continue to struggle.

Workable hybrid environments and AI will play key parts higher education’s future

The remote learning offered by colleges and universities across the country this fall likely bears little resemblance to what was happening last spring when the COVID-19 pandemic forced everything to shut down, according to technology experts in eastern and central Pennsylvania. For starters, they say, expect a lot more effort put into engagement

Summer travel season ends down at LVIA

The Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority reported this week that 25,116 passengers traveled out of the airport during the month of August.

Compressed schedules, remote work and grab-and-go meals are all ‘normal’ Fall 2020 college experiences

We removed any breaks. When they pack up for Thanksgiving they won’t be returning to campus. We wanted to get them through the semester with as few gaps as possible to reduce the chance that we would transition to remote due to a resurgence (of Covid-19).

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