PhillyDeals Archive: March, 2010

Private firm buys 6 Catholic hospitals

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Up in Boston, private equity giant Cerebrus Capital Management LP of New York (headed by truth-telling ex-Bush Treasury secretary John Snow... Read more

"The crash already occurred. It's now an accounting problem"

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“You’ll hear a lot of people talk about a looming crash. The crash has already occurred,” E. Todd Briddell, president of... Read more

Gas prices down, oil up; Refinery may reopen as fuel port

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All that drilling is having an impact on the price of natural gas. "We are lowering our 2010 composite spot natural gas price forecast... Read more

Philly-based SEC lawyer probes banks for ripping off towns

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Philadelphia-based Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer Elaine Greenberg, a Bucks County resident, leads "the most ambitious... crackdown... Read more

New Freddie chief faces home loan losses

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Veteran money manager and corporate turnaround specialist Charles “Ed” Haldeman of Haverford came out of retirement last summer... Read more

Cable TV will grow again as Verizon FiOS slows: report

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"2009 was the peak year" for Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-Verse, which will now grow more slowly in their competition with Comcast... Read more

Delco's Chemring Alloy lands $14M Army missile decoy deal

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Alloy Surfaces Co. Inc., part of UK-owned, Chester Township-based Chemring North America, says it's won a $13.9 million contract to make M211... Read more

PA pension fund most 'risky' in US?

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(More on this story, including SERS' response, in Thursday's Philadelphia Inquirer here) The Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System... Read more