PhillyInc Archive: May, 2009

'New GM' still must settle up with 'Old GM'

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The stage appears set for General Motors Corp. — or “Old GM,” as it called itself in a regulatory filing yesterday —... Read more

Philadelphia University students answer a technology challenge

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Wherever I turn lately, all I hear is that to climb out of the mess it’s in, the United States will have to invent its way out. In the... Read more

ClickEquations, ColdLight and TicketLeap land $250,000 from Ben Franklin program

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People may continue to debate whether or not the Philadelphia region is a place where information technology companies want to be. In the... Read more

Plosser sees a lot of the '70s in today's economic situation

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Like many central bankers, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia CEO Charles I. Plosser never feels safe from the threat of inflation. Never... Read more

Local businesspeople to advocate on behalf of their sustainability beliefs

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Mayor Nutter’s aspiration to make Philadelphia the greenest city in America has evolved from campaign slogan to what is now the Greenworks... Read more

More women executives break into the boardroom

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As fragile as glass is, the “glass ceiling” has shown distressing durability since the term was coined in the mid-’80s. Most... Read more

Quigley Corp. may have lost proxy fight

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A spokesman for Quigley Corp. said Thursday afternoon that shareholders had voted in favor of a "change in control" of the Doylestown... Read more

PolicyMap a winner

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In the world of Web-based software — think browsers, online maps, YouTube and Facebook — forgive the surprise at seeing the product... Read more