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Joel Mathis


PREIT Sells Off “Lower Productivity” Malls

Company narrows focus to better-performing properties.


Comcast: NBC Has $1B of Ad Sales for Olympics

“The value of live, big-event programming is more important than ever.”


Wawa to Add 5,000 Jobs in Six States

Company gets ready for the summer season.

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A.C. Teacher Intervenes in Fight, Gets Fired

Phillip Eisenstein: “I did what I had to do to protect the other student.”

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Med School Deans Criticize Biden’s “Cancer Moonshot”

The vice president launched the initiative at Penn.


Destination Maternity to Close 30 Stores

The company lost $1.5 million in the fourth quarter.

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Taxi, Limo Drivers Threaten DNC Boycott

The Scoop: They want authorities to crack down on cheaper ride-sharing services like UberX and Lyft.


BioTelemetry Makes $15.5M Offer for VirtualScopics

Malvern-based company wants to expand clinical research offerings.


Aramark Mulls Bringing Avoca to U.S.

The Irish “mini department store” is ready to expand.

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Penn Prof: “Don’t Grade Schools on Grit”

Angela Duckworth popularized the idea of “grit.” Now, she says, it’s being misused.

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Kenney Defends Soda Tax

The Scoop: “Big Soda has a lot of money.”

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Phillies Bring Back Kentucky Bluegrass to Infield

It’s the type of turf team had during the 2008 World Series run.

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3 Things to Know About Philly’s Schools Budget

More school closures are on the way.

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SEPTA Key Delayed. Again.

The Scoop: But it could launch in June. Maybe.


Comcast Expands “Internet Essentials” to Public Housing

Program offers reduced-rate Internet service to families in poverty.