PhillyInc Archive: November, 2009

Pennsylvania crafts a health information exchange plan

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Hearing an expert say, “Soon any hospital in the U.S. will be able to pull up your medical history” reminds me of the picture phone... Read more

American Realty Capital buys 15 CVS stores

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Even in a lackluster commercial real estate market, some deals are getting done. American Realty Capital Trust Inc., of Jenkintown, recently... Read more

Readers see wider impact of loss of oil refineries

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Reaction to my Tuesday column about the closing of oil refineries in Delaware and South Jersey elicited more sympathy for the affected workers... Read more

Wharton's Siegel sees 4-5 percent GDP growth in 2010

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Thanksgiving is as much about anticipation as it is about the feast. There’s the smell of the turkey cooking in the oven and waiting... Read more

Growth in the South prompts Cumberland Advisors to open Florida office

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Cumberland Advisors Inc. is following the pull of money in the Sunbelt, but it’s not leaving the Garden State. The money-management... Read more

Cumberland Advisors opening Florida office

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Cumberland Advisors Inc., a money-management firm based in Vineland, N.J., is opening an office in Sarasota, Fla., in January. Chief investment... Read more

Bad economics for Valero, Sunoco makes for cleaner air

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If you had to pick organizations that have done more to make the Philadelphia region a cleaner, more sustainable place this year, who would... Read more

Region's recovery may begin during the winter

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Two of the newest measures of the health of the regional economy are showing signs that a turn in the business cycle may be near. The Greater... Read more