PhillyDeals Archive: June, 2012

Top Philly landlord plans apartments on 3 big ex-office sites: Update

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Update: More from Brandywine boss Jerry Sweeney in my column in today's print Inquirer here. Earlier: Brandywine Realty Trust, the Radnor... Read more

As Internet sales tax spreads, Amazon grows postal

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The days when Americans could avoid state sales taxes by buying online from Amazon.com are drawing toward a close. "By the end of 2012, five... Read more

New pension measure 'could impact' PA, NJ bond ratings

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The gap between what state pension plans have promised retired workers and the money they have set aside to pay them is about to start looking... Read more

Was GM worth saving?

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Was the Bush-Obama General Motors Corp. bailout "one of the great turnarounds in American business history," as Wharton School management Prof... Read more

Deflation: Ship, power plant values sunk

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Real estate isn't the only asset whose value has plunged, and stayed low, since the 2008 financial crisis. 1) "Bankers are putting to sea... Read more

Walgreens' Euro deal leaves Rite-Aid lonely

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"Investors hoping that Rite Aid might be Walgreen's next target were disappointed" by this announcement "that Walgreen will purchase Alliance... Read more

When oil prices fall, Exxon suffers less than you think

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We know ExxonMobil as Big Oil: the largest U.S.-based oil company, the bossiest of the global Seven Sisters, and, often, the most-valuable... Read more

Tech employer quits KofP for Conshy; now hiring (Update)

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NextDocs, the growing pharmaceutical clinical-testing compliance software company founded by Microsoft veteran Zikria Syed nine years ago... Read more