PHILADELPHIA, May 13, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the parent company of Republic Bank, opened a store at 305 E. Street Road in Feasterville, PA on Saturday, May 11. The location is the latest addition to the bank’s store network in Bucks County. Republic Bank is slated to have significant growth in the second half of the year with four new locations planned, including two in New York City. “In 2019, Republic Bank is remaining firmly committed to our ‘The Power of Red Is Back’ expansion plan – giving more people access to the ultimate convenience and customer service we’re known for,” said Harry Madonna, Chairman and CEO of Republic Bank. “We look forward to becoming a part of the community and assisting Feasterville residents with their personal and business banking needs.” At every store opening, Republic Bank partners with a local non-profit. In honor of the new store in Feasterville, … [Read more...] about Republic Bank Opens New Store in Feasterville, PA
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PHILADELPHIA, March 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Republic First Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRBK), the parent company of Republic Bank, opened a store at 1544 Route 38 in Lumberton, NJ on Saturday, March 23. The new location features Republic Bank’s signature all-glass cube design and is the third South Jersey store to open in the last 12 months. As part of its overall growth strategy, Republic Bank will expand into the New York City market later this year and plans to open approximately six new stores in 2019. “With each new store we open, we are offering communities more reasons to love their bank again,” said Harry Madonna, Chairman and CEO of Republic Bank. “We are proud to open our Lumberton location and provide residents with the ultimate banking experience, turning customers into fans of our brand.” To commemorate the Lumberton grand opening, Republic Bank will make a donation to the Lumberton Township Emergency Squad, tied to the number of accounts … [Read more...] about Republic Bank Opens New Store in Lumberton, NJ
Rosemont Market announced Friday that it plans to open its new Falmouth store on Monday. The new store, in a former Pratt-Abbott Cleaners at 231 Route 1, will be the seventh Rosemont Market to open since 2005 and the second largest.Rosemont Markets are known for selling locally-sourced produce, house-made breads and other baked goods, soups and sandwiches, take-home meals, and meats and cheeses. Co-owners John Naylor and Scott Anderson have opened four stores in Portland, one in Yarmouth, and one in Cape Elizabeth. Collectively, they employ about 100 people. The notice announcing the opening of the new Falmouth store noted that it has “large windows letting in great light, a deli and fish case, reach-in coolers, ample bakery section, and all the other elements of Rosemont you’ve come to expect.” Carlos Tirado, who has worked for the company since 2015 as a butcher and store manager, has been named manager of the Falmouth location. He previously worked at the Cape … [Read more...] about Rosemont Market to open Falmouth store Monday
In a blog post written in response to the news about moving away from EdgeHTML, Beard says that, "by adopting Chromium, Microsoft hands over control of even more of online life to Google".Microsoft on Thursday said it intends to use the open-source Chromium browser engine in the desktop version of its Edge browser, promising the two per cent of global internet users who favor Edge an improved web experience. In recent times, under the stewardship of Satya Nadella, the firm has warmed to open source to become one of the world's largest supporters of such projects, and here is another step down that avenue. Future versions of Edge would use Google's Chromium rendering engine, which powers a swathe of browsers, including Chrome and Opera. "We also expect this work to enable us to bring Microsoft Edge to other platforms like macOS".Microsoft hopes that it will not only be able to attract new users on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Mac with a broader roll-out of Edge, but also that Web pages will … [Read more...] about Microsoft confirms Edge to adopt open source Chromium code
Why Businesses using Blockchain Technology are Filing for patents and Other Useful Info about Software Patents Many companies are rushing in to get provisional patents before the technology is even on the market.”— Alex SluzasPHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, October 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- "Open" Source: Can you Patent the Blockchain? The Blockchain is now firmly in the public eye, placing it at a crossroads. This technology that fuels Bitcoin and many other virtual financial applications, coins, and software, is a revolutionary force in financial transactions. But it was originally invented to be open source shared by all. And now more and more companies are taking that open source and using it for their things, pushing this shared resource into a protracted legal debate involving patent law. You don't have to be a law school student or have passed the state bar to know that the Blockchain could be headed toward a patent war. Can you patent the Blockchain? … [Read more...] about Can You Patent the Blockchain if it is Open Source?