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Pa. Supreme Court suspends Justice Seamus McCaffery amid porn email controversy
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has suspended Justice Seamus McCaffery with pay, following revelations that he sent pornographic emails to state prosecutors, allegedly blackmailed another justice and may have tried to have a traffic citation against his wife fixed. In an order Monday, the majority of the state high court said that "in view of the compelling need to protect and preserve the integrity" of the state's judicial system, McCaffery is "hereby relieved on an interim basis of any and a...
Pa. Supreme Court Justice McCaffery, a Democrat, suspended in email porn scandal
Tony Phyrillas: Monday, October 20, 2014
State Supreme Court Justice McCaffery suspended in email porn scandal
Poll: Two-Thirds Say America 'Out of Control' Under Obama
Tony Phyrillas: Monday, October 20, 2014
Politico Poll: Two-Thirds Say America 'Out of Control' | Truth Revolt
Democrats Walk Out During Obama Campaign Appearance
Tony Phyrillas: Monday, October 20, 2014
People Walk Out During Obama Campaign Appearance | Truth Revolt
Monica Lewinsky tears up at Philly speech, recalls bullying in Clinton aftermath
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
It was Sept. 11, 1998, when the Starr Report released a detailed, intimate account of sexual relations between President Bill Clinton and his intern Monica Lewinsky. At the time, 24-year-old Lewinsky was held up in her New York City hotel room, with her Sony Vaio laptop in hand, shouting at the screen: "Oh my God." "I can't believe they put that in." And "that's so out of context!" Lewinsky, 41, told 1,000 attendees at the first Forbes' Under 30 Summit on Monday: "Those were the only thoug...
Longtime CEO of life sciences firm to retire
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
Donald E. Morel Jr., the longtime chairman and CEO of West Pharmaceutical Services Inc., is retiring in May 2015 at the company's annual meeting. The Exton, Pa., pharmaceutical packing and services company said it has retained the executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates to identify Morel's successor. Morel joined the company in 1992 and was named CEO in 2002 before become chairman and CEO the following year. "My time at West (NYSE: WST) has been extremely rewarding on both a p...
Voiding Taj Mahal union contract “great news" for remaining casinos, say experts
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
A federal bankruptcy judge voided the Trump Taj Mahal's union contract on Friday, a move that isn't likely to save the troubled casino but should be a boost for Atlantic City's remaining ones, according to experts. "It's great news for the city and employees. The unions are trying to behave like nothing has changed from seven years ago when the city was at the top of its game," said Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business. "They were trying to make believe that [they could] be continu...
Person rescued from underneath train in Center City
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
A person was rescued from underneath a SEPTA train near the Broad and Locust Station in Center City just before noon Monday. The victim was stuck under a local train traveling south. Crews were able to quickly free the person who has been transported to a nearby hospital. Read the entire NBC10 story here.
Sears to close at King of Prussia Mall
Philadelphia Business Journal: Monday, October 20, 2014
Sears will close its operations at the King of Prussia Mall, where it has had a presence for decades. Sears has entered into a lease with Primark, a European retailer, to occupy up to 100,000 square feet of the lower level space it has at King of Prussia. The remainder of the Sear's space, about 75,000 square feet on the upper level, had already been leased to Dick's Sporting Goods. In light of these leases, "Sears will no longer operate a retail store or auto center at King of Prussia Mal...



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