Just when you thought the city’s controversial deferred retirement option plan couldn’t get more galling.
An internal memo from the newspaper’s leadership gives the company just five years to change “our business, our products, our operations and our culture.”
After years of ineptitude, it’s now kicking its suburban counterparts’ butts.
Days after the city took delivery of the first $664,000 worth of its new electronic voting machines amid repeated complaints about the procurement process — and without a signed contract — the mayor strongly defended the purchase.
Despite a recent decision, the city controller — and other critics — cite a lack of transparency in the multimillion-dollar purchase.
He was one of the most colorful characters in the history of the Philly mob — a charming killer who tangled with two MAFIA bosses, survived three gunshots to the head, and suffered Through the revenge murder of his own brother. Then he went into the Federal Witness-Protection Program — and built a new life for himself that may have been even crazier than his first one