PhillyDeals Archive: April, 2013

Quaker protesters 'shut down' PNC annual meeting

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UPDATE: Quaker-led environmentalist protesters invaded PNC Financial Services Group's annual meeting in Pittsburgh, "disrupting the event and... Read more

Why are apartment rents falling in D.C. but rising in Philly?

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Why are rents going up in metro Philadelphia but dropping in the Washington, D.C. area -- when both regions are adding jobs, and presumably... Read more

Ex-Phillie Schilling: R.I. Gov wants $75M back

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Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chaffee is suing former Phillie Curt Schilling and his partners in defunct video-games company 38 Studios, "along... Read more

LED visionaries flood Philly, preaching light's digital future

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Center City Philadelphia "simply does not have enough hotel rooms" to handle this week's 24,000 engineers, bosses, dealmakers, marketers and... Read more

As Philly borrows another $1 billion

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Philadelphia and key city agencies hopes to borrow more than $1 billion by selling or refinancing bonds over the next nine months. For all... Read more

Met-Pro of Harleysville sold to CECO of Ohio

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Officials of CECO Environmental, the Ohio-based company that has agreed to buy Harleysville-based pump-maker Met-Pro Corp. for $210 milion... Read more

eBay boss: Online is special, don't tax us

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Here's the letter, titled Help Us Stop Congress from Imposing New Tax Burdens on You, that eBay chief executive John Donahoe (who paid himself... Read more

SAP slumps on 'lackluster' sales

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Shares of SAP AG, the German business-software giant whose U.S. headquarters is in Newtown Square, slipped as much as 5%, to below $75 a share... Read more