PhillyDeals Archive: January, 2012

Moody's cuts Main Line school rating; Update

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UPDATE: Haverford School District business manager Robert Henderson says the district's financial situation is improving; the rate cut won't... Read more

For real estate, Philly's 'Goldilocks' economy is small protection

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Philadelphia's slow-growth economy, based disproportionately on health and education businesses, didn't suffer the real estate price inflation... Read more

Philly banks: 'Weak' demand, 'intense competition'

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The Philadelphia area's surviving banks (those that haven't been absorbed by lenders from second-tier, AFC-type cities, from Pittsburgh, Charlotte... Read more

In defense of private equity, and Romney

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Newt Gingrich- and President Obama-backers are using Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney's record as boss of private-equity buyout... Read more

U.S. home prices cheapest since 2003: report

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Average U.S. home prices slipped in November to the lowest they've been since 2003, according to the authoritative Case/Shiller Index numbers... Read more

Hill managers hired for Navy Yard energy incubator

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Hill International, Marlton, says it's been hired by Penn State as a project manager at the $39 million Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster... Read more
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Philly fuse maker chooses Bucks over North Carolina

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Updated with additional info: Action Manufacturing, a North Philadelphia-based maker of military electronic fuses ("fuzes") and detonators... Read more

Why Amway boss heads Philly's Constitution Center

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Doug DeVos, second-generation boss of consumer-marketing giant Amway and newly elected chairman of the Philadelphia-based National Constitution... Read more