PhillyDeals Archive: June, 2010

Bank reform faces cosmetic changes, delay

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US Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., can rightfully claim to have killed the planned $19 billion bank tax that was supposed to fund the nearly-done... Read more

AstraZeneca beats Teva, allies in drug patent fight

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Shares of AstraZeneca Plc, the European drug giant whose US headquarters are on US 202 between Wilmington and Chadds Ford, jumped 10 percent... Read more

Eagles stadium sponsor repays US nearly $1 billion, with interest

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Radnor-based Lincoln National Corp., best known locally as the naming-rights sponsor of the Eagles football stadium in South Philadelphia,... Read more

No-profit Tesla shares soar; Fisker's DE plant cleared for sale: UPDATE

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UPDATE: Fisker Motors this afternoon was cleared by a federal bankruptcy judge in New York to close on its $20 mllion acquisition of the former... Read more

Aqua Pharmaceuticals hires drug reps with new investor cash

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"We will be growing them rapidly," promises Jack McGinley, founder of RoundTable Health Care Partners, Lake Forest, Ill., of West... Read more

Wachovia was drug smugglers' favorite bank: LINK

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Wachovia Corp., the North Carolina-based company that's the biggest bank in Philadelphia and other East Coast markets, "made a habit of... Read more

Wall St Journal: Twitter haste = news waste

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Roll down Wall St. Journal's Twitter feed and you see this "Breaking News" from Washington: "Supreme Court stirkes down Sarbanes-Oxley... Read more

How Lenny Dykstra used TV's Cramer: Update

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UPDATE: I asked Jim Cramer's office at CNBC about the allegations, by Lenny Dykstra's former publisher, that Dykstra was taking money to promote... Read more