PhillyDeals Archive: November, 2011

Wall St. warning: Township hasn't cut spending to meet tax drop

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Affluent Newtown Township, Bucks County (where the median family income is over $92,000, almost double the Pennsylvania average) has had its... Read more

Pa. auditor: Private liquor, wine sales will cost state millions

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Amid Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett's push to sell and privatize Pennsylvania's state liquor and wine stores, elected state Auditor General Jack Wagner... Read more

Digitas CEO tapped as Time boss: No 'typical publisher'

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After four years as boss of Publicis Groupe's Digitas online ad agency, Digitas Global CEO Laura Lang is moving back to New York to run TimeWarner's... Read more

Colliers' Magazine revival

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John Elduff, the Berwyn-based owner of JTE Multimedia, publisher of Postgraduate Medicine and other medical-themed magazines, says he's preparing... Read more

Investor Lubert "working nonstop" on Paterno replacement

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Philadelphia investor Ira Lubert has joined four current or former Penn State staffers on a committee to select a replacement for 46-year football... Read more

How bailout bankers lied, and the Fed let them

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When the US was bailing out giant banks in 2008, the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department didn't want us to know just how much money... Read more

Marlton firm claims Delaware power plant deal

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Marlton-based Hill International says it's been hired by California-based Bloom Energy Corp. "to provide construction management services"... Read more

DC deadlock threatens 'largest tax increase in US history'

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Markets are rallying sharply this morning overseas for three reasons. First, European leaders issued statements over the weekend acknowledging... Read more