Monday, March 30, 2015

Diane Mastrull

Staff writer Diane Mastrull covers the Philadelphia region's small businesses for The Inquirer.

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Long before the supersizing of shopping, before stores began offering jeans and TVs under the same roof as rotisserie chickens, cosmetics, and recliners, Stanley Marvel had a thriving company selling butter and eggs.
Century-old NYC matzo factory faces a high-tech future
Jeff Davis took a gutsy step three years ago buying a rundown commercial property for $105,000 in East Germantown. The 41-year-old father of two did so based on one simple truth: You can't fashion a serving bowl from a digital track of the Beatles - or any other recording artists for that matter.
The 12 different types of Millennials

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