Edwards out as CEO of mortgage lender PHH

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After losing its board seat last week, Terence W. Edwards has stepped down as president and CEO of PHH Corp. The Mount Laurel residential... Read more

Proxy tells how Pfizer landed Wyeth

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In 2008, Pfizer Inc. was hunting for a big acquisition and targeted Wyeth. But after meeting with Pfizer’s CEO one year ago today, Wyeth’s... Read more

DuPont opens Corian design studio in Philadelphia

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The United States is in the fourth year of its housing slump, and the commercial building sector is down as well. So why does DuPont Co. think... Read more

Philadelphia is down, but not out in this recession

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The region’s economy has reacted to the recession more like it’s had a tank of bad gasoline rather than it needs a new transmission... Read more

Attention 2009 grads, some employers are calling

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Forget staycations. Campus Philly wants to turn more newly minted college grads into working Philadelphia residents. That’s a tall order... Read more

Vitae Pharmaceuticals links up with Boehringer Ingelheim for 2nd R&D area

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Often, what is billed as a $300 million strategic partnership between Big Pharma and a small drug developer winds up in an amicable split years... Read more

Quigley CEO quits following proxy fight

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The battle for control of the maker of Cold-Eeze lozenges is over. A federal judge in Philadelphia lifted a temporary restraining order on... Read more

Quigley Corp. CEO resigns after losing proxy fight

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Guy J. Quigley, chairman, president and CEO of Quigley Corp., who founded the maker of the Cold-Eeze line of cold remedies 20 years ago, resigned... Read more