Alison Burdo, NBC10 Philadelphia

Alison Burdo

NBC10 Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Jared:

First Full Year of Soda Tax Revenue Puts Philadelphia $13M+ Short of Goal

In total, the first 12 months of the PBT generated $78.8 million in additional revenue for the city. → Read More

Target Goes Small With Main Line Store

The new brick-and-mortar location will open near the SEPTA Regional Rail stop in Ardmore → Read More

Temple Partners With Lyft in Latest Step to Win Ridesharing

In the fight to nab as much of the local ride-hailing public, Lyft has announced a new partnership with Temple University that aims to capture Owls fans heading out of the Liacouras Center after a basketball... → Read More

Ocean City Landmark Chatterbox Up for Sale, Report Says

A Jersey Shore restaurant, known for its pink exterior, is in need of a new owner. → Read More

The Thousands Philadelphia Has Spent to Lure Amazon's New Headquarters to Town

A bid from Philadelphia to win Amazon's second headquarters came with a $245,000 price tag, according to a new report. → Read More

Congressman From Pennsylvania Introduces Bill to Label American-Manufactured Products

The Republican House representative for parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties introduced a bill to Congress last week that creates a labeling system manufacturers can voluntarily use to denote which of... → Read More

Penn, Uber Partner to Ease Travel for Ivy League Students

The University of Pennsylvania and Uber announced Monday a new program that aims to ease travels for the Ivy League school's students, staff and faculty while trekking around campus or heading home from... → Read More

Philadelphia Beverage Tax Starts New Fiscal Year Short of Projections

The Philadelphia Beverage Tax yielded $6.5 million in the month of July – the first month of the 2018 fiscal year for the city, according to preliminary figures. → Read More

Public Hearings Set to Discuss Future Land Use in Atlantic City's Tourism District

The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority is seeking feedback on the future development of Atlantic City's boardwalk, Marina District, Gardner’s Basin and other portions of the Shore resort's Tourism... → Read More

Bucks County Biotech Firm Gets $3.9M Loan From Hong Kong Firm

Windtree Therapeutics Inc. announced Friday it will receive a $3.9 million loan from a Hong Kong-based investment holding firm as part of the Bucks County biotech company's financial restructuring plans. → Read More

Bucks County Firm Scores Knockout with Mayweather-McGregor Pay-Per-View Rights

A lackluster start to ticket sales for the late August bout pitting the undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. against the trash-talking Irish star of UFC, Conor McGregor, could be a boost for a... → Read More

Local Tax Hurting Philadelphia's Small Businesses

A Pew Charitable Trusts analysis issued in August 2016 shows that of the nation’s 30 largest cities, Philadelphia is one of just six to impose this type of tax. → Read More

Prosecutors: Execs of Sham Philadelphia-Based Investment Firm Stole $1.5M

Two financial investment advisers are facing federal charges for allegedly scheming others out of at least $1.5 million that was spent on hotels, restaurants, jewelry stores and other personal purchases. → Read More

Toll Bros. in Hot Water Over Home Damage in Bucks County Development

A group of Bucks County residents are taking action against their home builder — Horsham, Pa.-based Toll Brothers — over claims of improper building practices that have caused thousands of dollars in water... → Read More

CHOP, Comcast Recruiting Could Be Hurt Under New Wage Equity Law

The ability of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Drexel University and Comcast to recruit new hires and offer them competitive job packages could be hurt by the city's new wage equity law. → Read More

John Dougherty to Lead Philadelphia Building Trades Council for 4 More Years

John Dougherty, long-time leader of the electrical union, will continue as the head of the Philadelphia Building Trades Council, reelected to a 4-year term, according to an Inquirer report. → Read More

Soda Tax Revenue Falls to $6.5M in April

The Philadelphia Beverage Tax brought in roughly $6.5 million in revenue for the city's universal pre-K and Rebuild programs in April. → Read More

Conshohocken Brewing Company Expands With Two New Locations

Local beermaker Conshohocken Brewing Co. is expanding beyond its Montgomery County home, announcing on Facebook that it plans to open two new locations – one in Havertown and the other in Phoenixville. → Read More

Atlantic County Municipalities to See Tax Hike, but Not Atlantic City

Nearly every community in New Jersey's Atlantic County will see a jump in taxes this year as part of an effort to return $12.5 million to Atlantic City for its successful tax appeals. → Read More

Harley-Davidson and Urban Outfitters End T-Shirt Fight

Shoppers won't be seeing the Harley-Davidson emblem in Urban Outfitters any more. → Read More