The millions pouring in from Boston, Europe, and Asia "validates" clinical progress toward a drug for treating cancer side effects, says the CEO
The new boss "delivered on all key financial metrics."
With its fleet of Baltimore-based ships rolling cable across the oceans for Google and Facebook, SubCom was "distinctly different" from other TE Connectivity products
Singh told the business publication he was confounded by hires who "don't show up to work."
"If Philadelphia wants to be a major power, it needs to raise more money," says a leading executive in the growing field of gene therapy.
"Economic conditions in Philadelphia have increased demand" for a bank focused on "emerging and midsized companies"
Dynamic pricing in parking: price gouging or "frictionless" parking: "If you typically charge $20, let 'em jack it up to $30," if that's where the market is tonight. "Why not?"
Philadelphia grew slightly faster than its anemic suburbs last year. But TD Bank warned cities not to plan on a continued influx of young taxpayers, homeowners, or small businesses.
Philadelphia investors "are focused on being a little more risk-averse … I don't think enough investors here are focused on exit opportunities when a company gets to a certain size and value. They need to exit, as opposed to sticking around."
"Monetary policy is an uncertain art and science," one economist cautions.
"I can tell you from firsthand experience that governments," and particularly City Council members, "do not know how to run a business," a local businessman says.
The company reports annualized returns for the original Patriot fund of over 15 percent a year, with much of the capital returned to investors this year.
In Philadelphia, $56 million was awarded for 32 projects.
"The savings" from sales and marketing job cuts "will be fully reinvested in R&D"
Because Philadelphia has lacked health-care-focused venture-capital investors, "we have to travel more," Sharp said.
Terrence Hahn took over Tuesday as chief executive of Axalta Coatings Systems Ltd., succeeding the company's founding CEO, Charlie Shaver, who said that when DuPont owned the business "everything was about cash generation."
Medicare and Medicaid insurers will get "insights that were not available to them before" so they can care for patients more efficiently, the buyer promised.
"Business-friendly" Texas added more than 300,000 jobs last year, Florida, gained 160,000, while Pennsylvania lost more than 25,000, according to the U.S. Census.