"The majority of the benefits of tax reform will flow to the bottom line."
The new name suggests the company's role in "curating" shopping experiences for smartphone, TV and laptop shoppers. But can it compete with Amazon?
"Alexa can be the brains on the inside, with Ring as the eyes on the outside." Amazon's purchase of Ring also highlights the online juggernaut's growing interests in Pennsylvania.
New Mountain Capital, which last year merged VWR into Avantor, plans to use a Chadds Ford firm to "create the leader" in squeezing more payments to hospitals and doctors from Medicare, Medicaid and other payors.
The merger between the two companies last year helped facilitate both companies reorganization.
He tells a business TV network Teva was not one of his personal stock picks.
He joins Safeguard Scientifics shareholder Darren Wallis in an insurgent slate of candidates that intend to run for Safeguard Scientifics board seats, according to a document delivered to Safeguard offices in Radnor Friday.
Twenty years ago, "we had the chance to get the NRA affinity relationship, and we passed," because of "the assault weapons issue."
"Placing someone over 50 was extremely difficult, but someone over 60 was almost impossible. … Should he present me, he would probably lose that client and most likely his job."
First Round Capital's Josh Kopelman joins Amino Payments' board
"We are breaking out of the Philadelphia and mid-Atlantic region," says CEO Brad Hokamp
Jonathan Brassington had a half-billion-dollar secret at the Super Bowl: He couldn't tell his guests he'd just sold LiquidHub.
"Their website was down during the most volatile trading hours," noted "Rudeboy." "That's like an employer locking his workers in the factory and saying, 'Look! No turnover!'"
"Something's not working quite right"
From "the largest youth sports marketing platform in the country" to a medical cell-freezing and shipping service.
Big-business spending depends on customer demand, not U.S. tax cuts, says S&P's Andrew Chang. "A tax change does not impact capital spending."
Pennsylvania suffers from a "chronic, structural imbalance" dating to the administration of then-Gov. Ed Rendell, a bond analyst said.
The proposal would end "independent enforcement" of veterans' preference in state hiring, commissioners warn.
Will hire 20 people to expand sales of the "One-Experience Talent Platform."
Then-Fed Chief Yellin piled on, calling the bank's illegal conduct "pervasive and persistent."