PhillyInc Archive: March, 2010

Managing 'the India way'

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It strikes Wharton management professor Jitendra Singh as ironic that most of India’s top executives were trained in management schools... Read more

Keeping mum at the workplace

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If Temple University Hospital’s 1,500 nurses and allied health professionals go on strike tomorrow one issue will be management’s... Read more

McDonald's franchise owner has spent 50 years in fast food

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Anthony J. Micale has worked for McDonald’s Corp. for 50 years. Now, before you wonder why he never found a better job, you should know... Read more

WorldGate makes a move within Trevose

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Tiny WorldGate Communications Inc., maker of video phones, will move its operations but remain in Trevose. According to a filing with the... Read more

Phila. nonprofits employ 242,000 people, study says

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I knew the nonprofit sector was big in the Philadelphia area, but not as big as a new study shows it to be. One in eight full-time employees... Read more

Recycler, business coach praise SBA's e200 training program

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When the Small Business Administration launched its Emerging 200 training program in Philadelphia two years ago, I thought it sounded like... Read more

Pragmatism and populism

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Here comes financial regulation reform. For those who would counsel that Congress pause after the all-out battle over health care, Treasury... Read more

Long-dead Meritor Financial walks the U.S. court system

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Last week was a study in contrasts. On March 15, Sen. Christopher Dodd unveiled legislation aimed at toughening regulation of banks and other... Read more