PhillyInc Archive: October, 2009

Rough economy doesn't mean lots of CEO turnover

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The parent company of the Super Fresh and Pathmark supermarket chains was blunt in what was expected to be a straightforward earnings report: CEO... Read more

Boeing's new labor contract increases wages, benefits

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The most recent recession hit the manufacturing sector hard. Still, within manufacturing, there have been pockets of strength, such as defense... Read more

Gupta reflects on Dow's acquisition of Rohm & Haas

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Was DuPont Co. interested in buying Rohm & Haas Co.? It was at one time, according to an interview with former Rohm & Haas chairman... Read more

FDA approves GlaxoSmithKline's Cervarix vaccine

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GlaxoSmithKline P.L.C. this morning said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its Cervarix cervical cancer vaccine. The pharmaceutical... Read more

Milken offers his take on the financial crisis

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Michael Milken sees the global financial crisis of the last two years with a historical perspective: It was bad, but probably not as bad as... Read more

Fast growth for Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group

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Can’t stand to read another word about social networking sites on the Web? Me, too. Sure, LinkedIn and Facebook are pervasive, instant... Read more

Health reform is the big game for Philadelphia's life-sciences sector

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With the Senate Finance Committee approving a health-care reform bill, all the notions and what-ifs will start to crystallize into actual do’s... Read more

Clear Align, not DSG, is fastest-growing firm in Philadelphia area

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In mid-August, Inc. magazine reported that DSG Inc., of Malvern, was the fastest-growing privately held firm in the Philadelphia area. I wrote... Read more