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Home of the Day: A Majestically Custom Built Home
Philadelphia Business Journal: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
By Mark Arbeit, Luxury Property Specialist Home of the Day is presented by the Philadelphia Business Journal with Long & Foster and Christie's International Real Estate. This is your invitation to view some of the most-luxurious properties for sale. Come inside and take a look around. Click on the gallery image view today's featured property. 100 S. Dudley Ave., Ventnor, NJ 08406 | $1,600,000 A majestically custom built home, this 4BR (+den), 4.5BA home shines with the other beach block...
Whistleblower: Obama blocking voter roll cleanup
Tony Phyrillas: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Democrats are firing up their voter-fraud machine to try to save a few Congressional seats in the upcoming General Election. Whistleblower: Obama blocking voter roll cleanup
Taj Mahal casino to stay open through November
Philadelphia Business Journal: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
On the heels of a judge voiding its union contract, Trump Entertainment has decided to keep the casino open throughout November — meaning 3,100 people will keep their jobs, at least for now. Here's more from the Associated Press who broke the story: "As of now we don't have any plan to close the Taj, but that could change next month," Robert Griffin, CEO of Trump Entertainment, told The Associated Press. "We still need our plan to be approved, and we need assistance from the state with no ass...
Obama spies now looking at your Twitter posts
Tony Phyrillas: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Government twits on the prowl for 'subversive' tweets
The simple choice for Pennsylvania governor ...
Tony Phyrillas: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
CDC: Pennsylvania to expand Ebola monitoring
Tony Phyrillas: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
CDC: Pennsylvania to expand Ebola monitoring
Analysts grill Liberty Property executives on 3Q results amid "multi-year rut"
Philadelphia Business Journal: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Analysts took Liberty Property Trust executives to task during a third-quarter earnings conference call, urging the real estate investment trust to make some changes to get it out of a "multi-year rut." In general, the analysts said the company's stock price and funds from operations have underperformed and more needs to be done to improve those areas. Some analysts urged Liberty to ramp up the sale of suburban office properties putting a drag on the company; consider exiting some markets tha...
Unions Bankroll Democrat Tom Wolf on the Backs of Taxpayers
Tony Phyrillas: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
If you're wondering who is bankrolling Democrat Tom Wolf's bid for Pennsylvania governor, it's public-sector unions (and they expect to get paid if Wolf becomes governor.) Unions Bankroll Candidates on the Backs of Taxpayers
Convention Center snatches repeat customer away from Atlantic City
Philadelphia Business Journal: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
After completing its 2014 show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center this year, National Business Media was poised to hold next year's event in Atlantic City. That is, until its experience with the center and its new work rules convinced them to come back to Philadelphia instead. NBM, a trade magazine publisher and trade show producer based in Broomfield, Colo., held its three-day convention, The NBM Show, at the Convention Center back in September, generating nearly $3.8 million in economic ...
Women still underrepresented in Philadelphia's C-suite and boards
Philadelphia Business Journal: Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Although women have made great strides in the workplace, they're still an underrepresented group, particularly when it comes to holding chief executive positions and board seats in Philadelphia's top companies, according to an annual report released Wednesday by The Forum of Executive Women. Women held only 14 percent of the executive positions in the region's top 100 publicly held companies last year, the report said. Of those 100 companies, 44 had no women in their top executive ranks and o...



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