PhillyDeals Archive: September, 2011

Please Touch Museum site to reopen as art gallery

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The former home of Please Touch Museum, three buildings stretching from 200-212 N. 21st St. near the Benjamin Franklin Parkway museum district... Read more

Philly couple plans factory in Texas to avoid city red tape

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Ira Goldfarb and his wife Claudia Gutierrez run the 10-store Doggie Style pet-supply chain in Center City and nearby neighborhoods, and a warehouse... Read more

In Delco, Penguin Brands fills a Nike niche

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From his newly-expanded office and warehouse center in the massive former Saturday Evening Post printing complex at Curtis Park in Sharon Hill... Read more

Trujillo powers up in Spanish at WHAT-AM

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Lawyer Ken Trujillo, onetime Philadelphia City Solicitor and longtime partner in Trujillo Rodriguez and Richards LLC, won't say how much he... Read more

PA pension downplays shift from costly private investments

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The $26 billion Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement Service, after 20 years of bulking up on buyout funds, venture capital funds, real... Read more

'Conflict of interest' in Nationwide-Harleysville deal? UPDATE

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(Adds company comment) Harleysville Mutual policyholders might not be getting their share in Nationwide's planned takeover of the 96-year-old... Read more

Comcast to lease its cable towers for wireless users

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Comcast Ventures, Philadelphia-based video giant Comcast Corp.'s investment unit, has set up Boston-based CTI Towers Inc. to "own, operate... Read more

Vishay buys 4 factories for $20 million

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Vishay Intertechnology, the Malvern-based electronic semiconductor maker, says it's bought Huntington Electric Inc.'s Huntington, Milwaukee... Read more