PhillyDeals Archive: March, 2012

Chaotic Harrisburg's fiscal czar resigns

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Harrisburg's state-appointed receiver, bond lawyer David Unkovic, has resigned. The move surprised Gov. Tom Corbett. Unkovic "sent a resignation... Read more

Globus seeks IPO

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Audubon, Montgomery County-based Globus Medical, which claimed $60 million in profits last year from sales of spinal-repair devices worth $330... Read more

Best Buy could close 200 stores (Update)

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Originally published March 29, 2012 UPDATE: Best Buy says it'll cut costs - and improve service - which sounds doubtful: Service "should... Read more

State receiver wants probes in Harrisburg bond deals

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David Unkovic, the veteran bond attorney appointed with the blessing of (corrected) PA Gov. Tom Corbett to reorganize over the city of Harrisburg's... Read more

Court: Acme owner may secretly fund anti-Wal-Mart groups

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"A federal court in Chicago has ruled that a supermarket chain and a consulting firm enjoyed a legal right to engage in a secretive campaign... Read more

Penn, Jeff bio docs leave Philly for Kentucky green

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Kentucky voters may support politicians who talk about shrinking government to nearly nothing, like US Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) But the Bluegrass... Read more

Philly hopes investor tax break will attract firms soon

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At least one Main Line investment firm is mulling a move downtown after City Council voted 16-1 (Councilman Curtis Jones dissenting) last week... Read more

US Treasury to strip pennies, nickles of valuable metal

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US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner hopes to strip copper and other valuable metals from the Philadelphia and Denver coining lines that... Read more