PhillyDeals Archive: November, 2012

Update: Complaint against Buffett-backed lender fails

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UPDATE: Horan settled with Berkadia in the spring of 2013 without the damages he sought, and without being reinstated, according to people... Read more

Who will take over Wonder Bread, Twinkies?

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After a decade of bankruptcies and fights with its Teamster drivers and Bakery, Tobacco and Confectionery plant workers, the current bosses... Read more

Ex-receiver: End swaps, bust pols and bankers, let PA cities go bankrupt

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Testifying before a state Senate committee, David Unkovic, the veteran lawmaker who quit as Gov. Corbett's Harrisburg city receiver in protest... Read more

GOP's narrow Israel strategy frees Obama

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From my column in Sunday's Inquirer: In their push to attract pro-Israel votes and dollars, Republicans made inroads this year, drawing... Read more

China's high-stakes struggle

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While Washington is transfixed by Gen. Petraeus' girlfriend/s, and speculating why Rep. Eric Kantor (R-Va.) knew the FBI was probing the CIA... Read more

Whole Foods, 300 apts for Best Western's Parkway site

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Neal Rodin's International Finance Company (IFC), the developer who told my colleague Maria Panaritis he plans to build a $100 million Whole... Read more

Maguire out as Philadelphia Insurance boss

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James J. "Jamie" Maguire Jr. will step down as chief executive of Philadelphia Insurance Cos. in favor of his cousin, company president and... Read more

Phila Parking agency's 25-year Lit office deal

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The Philadelphia Parking Authority has signed a 25-year lease on 77,000 sq ft of office space at 701 Market St., the former Lit Bros. department... Read more