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PHOTOS: Tavern on Camac in Full-Blown Renovation Mode

It’s been two weeks since demolition began on the piano bar in Tavern on Camac, and Director of Communications Randal Mrazik tells me things are […]

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5 Questions: Now That We Have a Land Bank, How’s It Going to Change the City?

Mayor Nutter’s signing of a new “land bank” bill on Monday was greeted with applause from the development community. Anne Fadullon, president of the Building […]

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Tasty Kake, Revitalized Refinery Could Drive Stronger Philly Economy in 2014

MNI reports that Philadelphia-area manufacturers expect a stronger year in 2014:

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Comcast, A Potential Winner in Net Neutrality Ruling, is Cautious

It’s possible the Internet is about to change in a big way. An appeals court on Tuesday struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s “net neutrality” […]

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Citibank Pulling Out of Philly, Too

On the same day we learned Sunoco headquarters were leaving Center City, comes this: “Citibank, the global Manhattan-based loan and investment company, is shutting its […]

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Sunoco Moving Headquarters Out of Center City

Philadelphia Business Journal reports: “Sunoco Inc. will relocate its corporate headquarters to the suburbs in a blow to Center City, which has witnessed other companies move […]

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“Philadelphia Business Journal” Names Region’s 25 Top LGBT-Owned Companies

Tomorrow, the Philadelphia Business Journal (PBJ) will debut its list of 2014’s 25 top LGBT-owned companies at a cocktail reception at Cuba Libre. The honorees include […]

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Peter Luukko Out at Comcast-Spectacor

Philadelphia Business Journal reports: “Peter A. Luukko is out as president and chief operating officer of Comcast-Spectacor, where he was viewed by many as the man […]

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8 Reasons I’m Happy It’s Not 1963

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past few weeks, you’re probably aware that tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. Documentaries […]

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Biz Journal Names “23 most influential business people in Philadelphia”

Philadelphia Business Journal has offered up its list of the city’s “23 most influential business people,” the results based on an online poll taken a […]

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3 Things That Might Have Kept Steve Wynn in Philadelphia

Many people were surprised earlier this week when casino-mogul Steve Wynn announced he was backing out of his plans to build a gambling resort in […]

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Philly Hotels: Stop Whining About W and Element and Clean Up Your Act

In the news this week: Another Philly hotel battle. A bunch of hotels are ganging up on one of their own. A group that calls itself […]

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Mayor Nutter is Wowing Them in London

The Inquirer’s Chris Hepp sure makes it sound like Mayor Michael Nutter is doing a good job of wooing international businesses this week while he’s […]

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Is Tom Corbett a Secret Socialist?

Is Tom Corbett a socialist? Crazy question, of course, for a Republican governor perhaps best known for suggesting Pennsylvania’s unemployed workers prefer receiving state benefits […]


TD Bank Renews Interest in Acquiring Citizens Bank

Canadian TD Bank is eyeing the acquisition of Providence-based Citizens, both of which service the Philly area and together, says Joe DiStefano, would rival Wells […]