PhillyInc Archive: April, 2011

Stocks in no hurry to dwell on wall of worry

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If you had bought Ford Motor Co. shares on March 9, 2009, when they closed at $1.74, you might be feeling flush enough now to consider buying... Read more

Stylitics wins Wharton Business Plan Competition

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A company that promises to help clothing makers better understand what customers wear and why proved to be the big winner of the annual Wharton... Read more

Bringing the 'moon shot' for energy down to earth

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The U.S. Department of Energy has come up with a clever rhetorical way to muster support for solar energy. Dubbed the SunShot Initiative,... Read more

Seeking a successful 'sunshot' to slim down solar costs

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Does it feel like the United States is in a race to the sun as it was back in the '60s when we sought to put a man on the moon? Arun Majumdar... Read more

Deconstructing how AstraZeneca restructuring affects Delaware

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When I’d heard that AstraZeneca P.L.C. was not only cutting jobs in Wilmington, but also tearing down buildings, it sounded like a corporate... Read more

Philly Tech Week on tap for this week

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It seems only natural to hold the first Philly Tech Week during the ongoing Philadelphia Science Festival. Technology and science seem like... Read more

Changes in name, headquarters for Styron

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No sooner had Styron L.L.C. moved into its new corporate headquarters in Berwyn than it announced a name change is in the offing. Styron,... Read more

Montgomery Co. among the nation's leaders in per-capita income

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Montgomery County remained among the nation's leaders in terms of per-capita personal income for 2009, according to data released by the federal... Read more