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His parents named him after their iconic Passyunk Avenue eatery, and it feels like home as much as his waterfront condo.
After 5 years in London, Lindsey Scannapieco returned to Philly in June and won a competition to remake the historic S. Phila. school.
A white sign fluttered from a fourth-floor balcony at the Piazza at Schmidts where six young men and women sipped from bottles and red plastic cups, music blaring below.
As president of Moore College of Art and Design, Cecelia Fitzgibbon manages a budget of $20.2 million and a staff of 177.
Securities trades recently reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission by officers, directors and principal shareholders of corporations based or having sizable employment in the Philadelphia area. Titles are as reported to the SEC.
Pennsylvania LGD Real Estate Partners L.P., c/o Dorothy Gordon, 307 W. 84th St., New York City SOURCE: The Legal Intelligencer.
Samantha J. Evian, former chair of Spector Gadon & Rosen P.C.'s family law group, has joined Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel L.L.P. as a partner in its Philadelphia office. Evian represents family law clients in all aspects of matrimonial negotiation and litigation.
Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, a nonprofit that provides critical health and safety repairs to low-income homeowners with volunteer resources, has named to its board Joseph Falco, a consultant with Falco & Associates; Michael McCarthy, Lean Six Sigma project manager at Independence Blue Cross; Susan Wysor Nguema, an adjunct professor at La Salle University and a doctoral student at Bryn Mawr College; and Kathleen Seweryn, a retired funeral director.
As more shoppers stay home and buy by phone, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has killed plans to keep opening new U.S. stores at the rate of more than one a day, and is instead building high-tech warehouses that ship straight to consumers, including one with help from a Pennsylvania tax break.
Laura and Matthew Reale don't scare easily. Consider that they married 15 years ago this month with no guaranteed income.
Accounting firms issue tax publications that are handy jungle guides to filing your returns, maximizing deductions, and bunching up year-end expenses.
AMSTERDAM (AP) - Shares in Dutch animal and fish feed supplier Nutreco NV have surged after the company announced a management-backed 2.69 billion ($3.43 billion) takeover offer from privately-owned trading company SHV Holdings.
AMSTERDAM (AP) - Royal Philips NV, the world's largest lighting maker, has reported a 104 million-euro ($132 million) loss for the third quarter, mostly due to a one-off charge after losing a patent infringement lawsuit against Masimo Corp. of the U.S.
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) - By many measures, Republican Rick Scott should have a strong case for a second term as governor.
NEW DELHI (AP) - India freed diesel prices from government control Sunday while raising natural gas tariffs in the biggest-yet reform by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, as it aims to boost the country's economy and overhaul its energy sector.
PRATO, Italy (AP) - There was no fire alarm at the garment factory outside Florence where Chen Changzhong worked and lived.
PRATO, Italy (AP) - The first thing the firefighters saw was the arm sticking out of the barred window on the second floor of the factory. Flames reached through the partially collapsed roof and a high column of smoke darkened the winter sky. This fire had been burning for some time.
NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market needs to see a therapist.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - Rebooting a slowing economy in a nation of 250 million where inequality is rising, a looming decision on raising fuel prices and vulnerability to any U.S. interest rate hikes would be enough to tax any incoming president.
A California man who says he was fired by PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P. after complaining about overcharges on his Comcast Corp. bills filed a federal lawsuit late Thursday against the cable giant for defamation, violating his privacy, and other claims.

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