Sunday, April 19, 2015

Joseph N. DiStefano

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Joseph N. DiStefano writes business stories for the Inquirer, including the PhillyDeals column on Sundays, Mondays and often on other days too, as well as the blog at

When John F. "Neutron Jack" Welch Jr. retired as chief executive of General Electric in 2001, after 20 years of shifting, selling, or shutting factories and expanding into TV networks and Asian loan offices, GE was the world's most valuable corporation.
One of my sons, who rides SEPTA's Subway- Surface Lines to work, wanted to know: "Why do all the trolleys have their own WiFi networks," each of them password-protected, and tantalizingly visible to connection-starved users as they stare at their mobile- network availability screens?

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