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1,300 Layoffs for Northeast Philly’s Cardone Industries

Cardone Industries plans to lay off more than 1,300 workers in Philadelphia. Cardone is an auto parts re-manufacturer, meaning it re-engineers parts for cars and trucks to […]

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Crozer-Keystone Health System to be Sold

Crozer-Keystone Health System — which runs five hospitals in the Philadelphia region and has 6,000 employees — has been sold to Los Angeles-based hospital operator […]

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Macy’s to Close Suburban Square Location

The Macy’s at Suburban Square in Ardmore, Pa. is closing in the spring. Opened in 1930, the 102,000-square-foot store employed 74 associates who will soon be […]

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How Do You Hire Amazing People? Start by Treating Them Like Humans

This past year, RJMetrics has been very fortunate to be named among Philly’s Coolest Companies, Best Places to Work, Best Corporate Culture, and EY Entrepreneurs […]

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This 35-Year-Old CEO Wants the Happiest Workforce On Earth

What is it about Power Home Remodeling Group that’s got everyone so excited? The company isn’t in a sexy industry (it sells things like windows, siding, […]

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Northeast Philly Factory to Close

Update (1 p.m. on Dec. 22): A representative from the PA Dept. of Labor and Industry said the plant closure will result in 110 layoffs.   […]

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10 Most In-Demand Jobs Right Now

With unemployment at 5 percent nationally and the economic crisis of 2008 even further in the rear-view mirror, it’s a great time to examine which jobs are […]

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Jefferson CEO: Expect More Mergers

Jefferson has been merger-happy over the past year — and it’s not going to end anytime soon. In the wake of Jefferson’s shocking merger with Philadelphia […]

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Six Financial Moves to Make Before 2015 Ends

At the start of 2015, 25 percent of Americans resolved to “spend less and save more,” for their New Year’s resolution. In fact, that financial […]

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Watch: Time-Lapse Video of King of Prussia Mall Expansion

By fall 2016, the King of Prussia Mall expansion will be finally finished, but the folks at Simon Property Group offered a look at the project’s […]

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Studies: Gender Pay Gap Not As Wide As You Think

Although the general consensus is that the gender pay gap is around 77 cents to 83 cents on the dollar, a new study of 1.4 […]

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Uber, Lyft Drivers Can Now Unionize in Seattle. Could Philly Be Next?

Seattle has become the first American city to pass an ordinance allowing Uber and Lyft drivers to unionize. As is the standard in the sharing or […]

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Startup Execs on the Importance of Hiring Superstars, Not Duds

A panel of local startup executives and founders sent a clear message on Thursday: Hiring decisions can make or break a fledgling business. Speaking at Founder Factory (a […]

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5 Ways to Make Boring Christmas Parties into Networking Gold

Lots of us will be attending holiday parties and networking events this season. You may have an office Christmas party, a non-profit related soiree or a holiday […]

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Lawsuit: Center City Sheraton Fired Woman Who Reported Sexual Harassment By Guest

A former employee at the Four Points by Sheraton at 12th and Race Streets has sued the hotel and parent company Starwood Hotels & Resorts claiming […]