Lesson One for Livengrin's CEO: A month in rehab

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True confessions: When Richard Pine, 64, first entered the field of drug and alcohol rehabilitation 36 years ago, he still was experimenting... Read more

Sesame Place exec says the kids are alright -- and he means his teen workers

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Sesame Place hires lots of teenagers, and while that poses its own challenges, park president Robert Caruso says the kids are alright. "I'm... Read more

Retailing 101: Never give the customer the finger

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When Dan Croce landed a job jockeying shopping carts and bagging groceries at the A&P/Super Fresh supermarket near his home in Delaware... Read more

What would Jesus say: CEO's take on a Bible tale of investments

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It's not often that a CEO interview veers into a discussion about the Bible, but Gordon Fowler, CEO of the wealth management company, Glenmede... Read more

Toll Brothers CEO: Mentoring on steroids

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Apparently, Robert Toll, one of the founders of luxury home builder Toll Brothers Inc., was shopping for a possible successor when he met Douglas... Read more

The handicap makes the game

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Talking about why chief executives like to play golf, Mark Peterson, executive director of the Golf Association of Philadelphia, focused on... Read more

Bittenbender failed sewing; Plan B worked out even better

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Emily Bittenbender should be thanking her lucky stars that she couldn't manage to sew, because otherwise, she might have joined the ranks of... Read more

Builder's juiced by the risk in construction

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Being in the construction business requires an incredible tolerance for risk, Emily Bittenbender, founder of Bittenbender Construction LP,... Read more