PhillyInc Archive: June, 2010

Hay Group finds employers planning 3 percent salary hikes in 2011

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For those who’ve had enough discussion about stratospheric executive pay packages, here are some scraps for the rest of us. Employers... Read more

Tallying the cost to import CEOs at Armstrong World, CardioNet

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What’s the going rate to hire a new CEO? The Inquirer’s annual look at executive pay on Sunday showed a wide range of compensation... Read more

Glodyne's $104 million purchase of DecisionOne to close June 30

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I can’t relate to those who lined up last week to buy the Apple iPhone 4. It’s not that I don’t like new technology. Rather... Read more

Philadelphia Macaroni noodles around with Campbell Soup

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Pasta has been very, very good for the financial health of Philadelphia Macaroni Co. So good that Campbell Soup Co., a longtime customer,... Read more

Consultant tells Chestnut Hill how to improve merchant mix

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Retail areas are buffeted by cycles just like economies. The difference is that sometimes when a retail center sinks, it doesn’t rise... Read more

Europe and the U.S. disagree over stimulus vs. spending cuts

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The echoes of the Great Depression never seem too far away in the age of the iPad. Is it time to cut spending and raise taxes to restore some... Read more

ITT buys Godwin Pumps for $585 million

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An update from the print version: Godwin Pumps has about 250 employees in Bridgeport, N.J. When I hear the name ITT Corp., I immediately think... Read more

Sunoco, Vishay prepare for tax-free spinoffs of business units

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Years can go by without Philadelphia-area companies spinning off operations into new, independent companies. Last week brought news of two... Read more