PhillyDeals Archive: April, 2010

City tax amnesty: Don't just send money

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Some Philadelphians are so eager to pay their late real estate and other taxes, they're mailing checks to the Revenue Department in advance... Read more

Should consumers, not stores, pay credit card fees?

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Even when you use them to spend your own money, credit cards and debit cards aren't free; store and restaurant owners typically pay up to a... Read more

Comcast profits up as cap spending drops

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Update: Inquirer story here Earlier: Comcast reports higher first-quarter profits and cash flow, "powered primarily by falling capital... Read more

Ex-DuPont CEO to run BofA board: report

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Bank of America Corp.’s board has picked ex-DuPont Co. boss Charles "Chad" Holliday its new chairman. Statement here, Bloomberg... Read more

Battered jet airline industry draws rich bargain-hunters

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Airline industry financiers are taking last week's decision by Carlyle Group, Washington DC, and RPK Capital Management, Chicago, to raise... Read more

$10,000 prize for best Philly 1GB Internet idea

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Blake Jennelle (ex marketing boss of Center City-based TicketLeap) and a group of his IT compadres at Philly Startup Leaders are putting up... Read more

Unisys posts loss, shares plunge

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Unisys chief executive J. Edward Coleman called it "good progress" in "our ongoing turnaround," but investors responded... Read more

"Tough" anti-bank law will pass despite GOP worries:report

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While Republicans (joined by Sen. Ben Nelson, D-Warren Buffett) voted last night to slow the Democrats' financial-companies reform bill, today's... Read more