PhillyInc Archive: March, 2011

Putting Wharton knowledge in high-school hands

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The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania is going back to high school. Not for remedial economics or to try to pass Phys. Ed.... Read more

Praise, criticism greet Sunoco CEO at awards ceremony

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Protesters interrupted a speech by Sunoco Inc. chairman and chief executive Lynn L. Elsenhans at a luncheon at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown... Read more

Protesters disrupt speech by Sunoco CEO

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Protesters interrupted a speech being given by Sunoco Inc. chairman and chief executive Lynn L. Elsenhans at a luncheon at the Philadelphia... Read more

Persistence of Enron interest surprises former director

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Former Enron Corp. director Herbert "Pug" Winokur Jr. said he remains "surprised by the interest" in the energy firm nearly 10 years after... Read more

TARP overseer worries over bailouts' mission creep

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It's great that the federal bank bailout program known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program will cost taxpayers much less than the $356 billion... Read more

Hagley Museum makes Enron papers available online

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The Enron scandal still has much to teach us nearly a decade after it was uncovered. The collapse of the Houston energy marketer in 2001 was... Read more

WorldGate CEO and CFO resign amid cash squeeze

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Video-phone maker WorldGate Communications Inc. is once again facing a cash crunch and has responded by beginning to cut its workforce by 65... Read more

WorldGate shares fall on word of cash squeeze

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Facing a cash crunch, WorldGate Communications Inc. on Monday said that it is considering a wide range of options, including a sale, financial... Read more