PhillyInc Archive: August, 2010

H-P's bid for 3Par amounts to $2.8 million per employee

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The bidding war over a company most of us had never heard of produced a statistic that caught my attention last week. 3Par Inc. is a Fremont... Read more

Investor group tries once again to buy Royal Asian Bank

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If at first you do not buy, try to buy again. That’s what Edward Shin, president and chief executive officer of the five-branch Royal... Read more

Will Phila.'s new 'energy innovation hub' be powerful?

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So the federal government will sink $129 million into an “energy innovation hub” at the Philadelphia Navy Yard? Tell me why I... Read more

Only six Phila. firms grew fast enough to make Inc. 500 list

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The downbeat feeling engendered by economic statistics lately has many of us wondering whether any businesses are growing and creating jobs... Read more

NextDocs is Philadelphia region's fastest-growing firm

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A King of Prussia software company called NextDocs Corp. gets bragging rights as the Philadelphia region's fastest-growing privately held company... Read more

Gomes to buy Resorts Casino from lenders

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Not too long ago, the mere whisper that an Atlantic City casino was for sale would spark bidding wars by those eager to enter the nation’s... Read more

Dishing up pay for new CEOs at American Water, Kulicke & Soffa

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Summer tends to be a slow time for business in so many ways. There’s more action at seaside than at the C-level, including changes in... Read more

Three former life-sciences execs land new jobs outside Phila.

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One way to keep up with new hires and promotions of executives at area firms is to read the “People in the News” feature in The... Read more