Philadelphia Inquirer (PA) 2001 - Abstracts

Philadelphia Inquirer (PA) 2001
TitleSubjectAuthors
1,100 face job losses in Exide's new cuts.(Exide Technologies Inc.)(Company Profile)Business, regionalHoward Brubaker
Acme will increase renovation budget.(Acme Markets Inc.)(Company Profile)Business, regionalBenjamin Y Lowe
A founder returns to a firm redefined.(new broadband services division)Business, regionalKent Steinriede
After 5 years, a success story that is still brewing.(Flying Fish Brewing Co.)Business, regionalEwart Rouse
AMR acquires TWA's assets.(Trans World Airlines Inc., American Airlines Inc.)Business, regionalMatt Curry
A new hand on the helm is guiding NetCarrier's growth; Brook J. Lenfest envisions a regional powerhouse in the Internet, phone and data business.Business, regionalClaire Furia Smith
A 'Powerhouse' on the job and courtside.(Berkshire Hathaway Inc. president)(Company Profile)Business, regionalPeter Binzen
Automaker faces wrath of its holders.(DaimlerChrysler AG )Business, regionalDaniel Rubin
Battle of telecom titans adds up quickly.(Millions have been spent on both sides of the Verizon breakup issue.)Business, regionalThomas Fitzgerald, Amy Worden
Brick, grass and a skyline view.(The new ballpark for the Philadelphia Phillies, scheduled to open in 2004)(Illustration)Business, regionalRobert Moran
Builders win a round in Pa. top Court.(The Supreme Court ruled towns cannot temporarily halt development while they revise zoning codes)Business, regionalDiane Mastrull, Ralph Vigoda
Bush: Do full study on steel imports.(President George W. Bush)Business, regionalOvetta Wiggins
Bysis taps a growing market: helping run retirement plans.(rising demand brings a move to new offices in Upper Dublin)(Abstract)Business, regionalGery Blumenthal
Camden foes of pollution win ruling.(Citing Civil Rights, a Federal Judge Invalidated New Jersey Permits for a Cement Firm)(Brief Article)Business, regionalWill Van Sant
CDNow will cut 200 jobs in region.(Company Profile)Business, regionalReid Kannaley
CEO says Acurian is ready to assist more drug trials.(Acurian Inc.)Business, regionalClaire Furia Smith
Chef's newest creation is exotic.(The Wayne Hotel's Restaurant Taquet)(Brief Article)Business, regionalPeter Blinzen
Comcast Wants Piece of AT&T. $58 billion bid offered for cable-Internet unit.(Abstract)Business, regionalAkweli Paker
Commerce Bank sues First Union for refund.Business, regionalKristin E. Holmes
Does property-tax structure discourage development?(proposed 168-unit apartment complex)Business, regionalAndrew Cassel
Dunkin' Donuts strikers to return to work.(Abstract)Business, regionalSara Isadora Mancuso
Du{ont will sell its drug division to Bristol-Meyers.Business, regionalAndrea Knox
Dynegy ends talks to acquire Enron.Business, regionalPeter Behr
Einstein network announces cuts.Business, regionalJack Goldstein
European paper firm puts offices in Delaware County.(The newly formed firm, SCA North America, plans to add to its 56 workers at headquarters in Eddystone.)Business, regionalMary Blakinger
Ex-Sunbeam leaders facing SEC suit.Business, regionalJudith Burns
Fed orders USABancShares to cut debt, restore profitability.(Statistical Data Included)Business, regionalJoseph D. DiStefano
Finals tally: Sixers sweep at the box office.(Playoff ticket sales, parking and concessions are the short-term benefits. Next year, things should get really green)Business, regionalRobert Zausner
Firm will recall 35 million fire sprinklers.(Brief Article)Business, regionalBenjamine Y. Lowe
For four decades, their team has outlasted big sports chains; what was a tiny winter sports shop in N.J. has grown into one of the best-known specialty sporting goods stores in the East.(Danzeisen & Quigley)Business, regionalKristen A. Graham
Go, Sixers, sellers of sports memorabilia say.Business, regionalBob Fernandez, Joseph A. Gambardello, Brian Woodward
Grade-school gym in N.J. bags sponsor.Business, regionalKristen A. Graham
Green light for ex-Trump executive.(Nicholas Ribis' new company, Colony Capital, received preliminary approval to operate a casino in Atlantic City.)Business, regionalJacqueline L. Urgo
Haffah's plans $8- million expansion.(Atlantic City)(Brief Article)Business, regionalBenjamin V. Lowe
Half.com is being wholly absorbed by parent EBay.(EBay Inc.)(Half.com)(Company Profile)Business, regionalReid Kannaley
Holt Group Inc. fiels Chap. 11 bankruptcy.Business, regionalHenry Holcomb
Infonautics name will disappear in buyout.(The struggling Internet company, whose stock has dipped to 66 cents, will be purchased by a Toronto firm.)Business, regionalReid Kanaley
Investment bank hired to study PGW.(Philadelphia Gas Works)(Brief Article)Business, regionalClea Benson
IRS shifts from 'no excuses' to 'let's make a deal'.(U.S. Internal Revenue Service )Business, regionalTony Pugh
Judge stops suit against CDnow Inc.Business, regionalJoseph A. Slobodzian
Keeping philanthropists on course.($27.6 bn in donations made in 2000)Business, regionalJane M. Von Bergen
Lab error deaths may now total five.(St. Agnes Medical Center lab may be cause of flawed blood test deaths)(Brief Article)Business, regionalMarie McCullough
Lucent lays off 2,200 in the U.S.(the N.J. firm plans to cut its workforce of 123,000 in half)(Abstract)Business, regionalSara Silver
Mellon to sell its 345 branches.(Brief Article)Business, regionalJoseph n. DiStefano
Merck cuts AIDS-drug prices for Africa.(It has offered to sell two drugs for use there and in other poor areas for 10% of what they cost here.)Business, regionalHuntly Collins
Milk prices are too low, dairy farmers say.Business, regionalMarc Levy
Moorestown firm wins $31 million Navy contract.(Basic Commerce and Industries Inc.)(Company Profile)Business, regionalMelanie D. Scott
Moyer Packing agrees to be sold.(Smithfield Foods Inc. acquires Moyer Packing Co.)Business, regionalHarold L. Brubaker
NBA Entertainment racking up wins worldwide.(The marketing operation reaches more than 2.5 billion people through television, the Internet, film and digital technologies.)(Abstract)Business, regionalAnnette John-Hall
New generation of software-makers takes over a family firm; the founder of Vertex, which specializes in local and state tax data for companies, has given his children control.Business, regionalThomas J. Walsh
New synthetic diamonds easier to produce.(Will reduce cost of industrial diamonds)Business, regionalFaye Flam
New training aims to diagnose sick buildings.(Sheet metal workers' union and contractors' group funding progran to instruct members to test air quality)(Brief Article)Business, regionalJane M. Van Bergen
Nomadic 'travel nurses' fill shortages at hospitals.(Hahnemann University Hospital )Business, regionalStacey Burling
Once-forsaken office center, revitalized, seeing better days.(Fort Washington Office Center )Business, regionalKristen E. Holmes
Online music seller CDNow is using Napster as sales tool.Business, regionalReid Kanaley
Penthouse publisher sells Atlantic City land.(Bob Guccione's dream of building a hotel or casino appears over.)(Abstract)Business, regionalAmy S. Rosenberg
Phila. aviation chief is a jack-of-all-trades.(Philadelphia International Airport)Business, regionalMarica Gelbart
Please Touch and its embrace of the arches.(Children's museum relationship w/ McDonalds)Business, regionalLini S. Kadaba
Pluses, minuses of Edison.(Privatization of public schools)Business, regionalDale Mezzacappa
Raw deal, say card counters.(Atlantic City casinos)(Brief Article)Business, regionalAmy S. Rosenberg
RCN pulls cable-TV proposal.(A senior company official blamed City Council delays.)Business, regionalWendy Tanaka, Ken Dilanian
Regional effort aims to reduce drug errors.(In the Philadelphia area, 73 hospitals are working toward safety goals to avoid medication mistakes.)Business, regionalStacey Burling
R.I. banker named CEO of Citizens Bank of Pa.Business, regionalbenjamin Y. Lowe
Safeguard ouster gets a low-key response.(Industry experts were sympathetic to Warren Musser, who resigned as CEO.)Business, regionalJeff Gelles
Sears in Echelon will close.(Echelon Mall, Voorhees, New Jersey)Business, regionalJane M. Von Bergen, Ewart Rouse
SEPTA to disabled riders: proveit.(The Agency Said Complying with a judge's order to Provide More Paratransit Services Would Cost Millions)(Brief Article)Business, regionalJerry Downs
Shadow of district takeover growing.(Pennsylvania takeover of Philadelphia schools looms)(Brief Article)Business, regionalKen Dilanian, Susan Snyder
Staking claims on opportunity.(A venture capital firm in Philadelphia combines lending with a social contract to help workers.)Business, regionalCynthia Burton
State probes Upland Mortgage's origination fees.(The American Business Financial Services unit makes loans to the credit-impaired)Business, regionalDavid Evans
Time to refinance a mortgage? It depends.(Demand for mortgage refinancing services)Business, regionalJeff Gelles
U.S. Steel in talks to acquire 3 rivals.(United States Steel L.L.C.)(Company Profile)(Industry Overview)Business, regionalHoward Brubaker
Vanguard will launch exchange-traded fund.(Brief Article)Business, regionalJosehp N. DiStefano
When the stork comes, wallets open.(Three Philadelphia stores prosper by pampering parents-to-be.)Business, regionalSally A. Downey
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