PhillyDeals Archive: September, 2012

NJ foreclosures getting worse, as rest of US improves

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New Jersey now has the second-highest rate of home foreclosures in the US, at around 8% (1 in 12) mortgages -- worse than Nevada (where Las... Read more

Einstein credit rating cut as its new hospital opens

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Moody's Investors Service on Thursday night downgraded the rating on Albert Einstein Healthcare Network (AEHN) and its bonds to Baa2 from Baa1... Read more

Bank of America shuts local daycare centers

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Amid its latest round of corporate cutbacks, Bank of America Corp. plans to close the daycare centers at its Delaware credit card operation... Read more

PA hard-coal mines hiring

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Blaschak Coal Corp., owned by Radnor-based buyout firm Milestone Partners, has hired 40 mine-equipment operators and other staff to handle... Read more

Sunoco gas plan: Chemical center, or just a port?

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There's ethane, a raw material for plastics and chemicals, and propane fuel, in large quantities, alongside the natural gas in Pennsylvania's... Read more

Moody's: Pa. muni credit pulse keeps getting weaker

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Pennsylvania, Home of Too Many Governments, is rated Aa2, "one notch below the average U.S. state," by Moody's Investors Service. The 428... Read more

Bank admits NJ tax ripoffs

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UPDATED: Crusader Servicing Corp., a Jenkintown tax-lien manager, "pleaded guilty today to participating in a conspiracy to rig bids" for unpaid... Read more

Nat'l Penn adds Market branch as other Philly banks shut

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National Penn Bank says it's adding a second Center City branch, at 2040 Market St., with 20 staffers, including some new lenders, by March... Read more