November 1, 1989 |
SAYING GOODBYE TO FRIENDS at Camden County Health Services at the Lakeland hospital complex in Blackwood is Gerald J. DeFelicis, acting chief executive officer of the complex. Anthony Peters (right) will become the chief executive officer.
September 27, 2013
The Inquirer on Thursday misidentified ExxonMobil Chemical president Stephen D. Pryor as the chief executive of the South Philadelphia refinery. The refinery is headed by Philip Rinaldi, chief executive officer of Philadelphia Energy Solutions.
March 6, 2013 |
It's official: Lon R. Greenberg, 62, who has led UGI Corp. since 1995, will retire as chief executive officer of the Valley Forge energy company on April 1. He will be succeeded by John L. Walsh, the energy company's president and chief operating officer. Greenberg will remain as nonexecutive chairman on the boards of UGI and its related AmeriGas Propane Inc. and UGI Utilities Inc. The UGI board had outlined the succession plan in September.
January 29, 2013
Securities trades recently reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission by officers, directors and principal shareholders of corporations based or having sizable employment in the Philadelphia area. Titles are as reported to the SEC. Enersys John D. Craig , chief executive officer, sold 125,000 shares at $40.33 on Jan. 16, and now directly holds 353,189 shares. Epam Systems Inc. Arkadiy Dobkin , chief executive officer, sold 16,000 shares at $20.00 to $20.03 Jan. 11 to Jan. 14, and now directly holds 4,619,400 shares.
March 20, 2015 |
With an eye toward keeping African American interests at the forefront of the current mayoral campaign, a group of black civic leaders Wednesday outlined plans for a two-day "black political summit" April 11 and 12. The meeting, to be at Dobbins High School, will allow the group to draft an issues agenda for all mayoral and City Council candidates in the May 19 primary election. The candidates will be asked to sign off on positions presented. "We are sick and tired of politicians who come to our community and ask for our vote and disappear," said the Rev. William B. Moore, pastor of Tenth Memorial Baptist Church in North Philadelphia.
February 13, 2014 |
Upping the heat on Time Warner Cable Inc., rival Charter Communications Inc. formally launched a hostile proxy fight by proposing to oust Time Warner Cable's board and replace it with 13 new directors. A proxy fight was a remaining option for Charter after Time Warner Cable rejected three buyout bids, the last in January for $132.50 a share in cash and stock. Time Warner Cable closed at $134.90 Tuesday, down 0.59 percent. In a proxy vote, Time Warner Cable shareholders, such as pension funds, can vote for directors nominated by the company's management or directors nominated by Charter.
December 17, 2012
Mary Ann Plankinton-Peach, a partner in the Kennett Square and Centreville offices of MacElree Harvey, has been elected to the board of the Delaware SPCA , a private nonprofit organization dedicated to the elimination of animal cruelty, neglect, and overpopulation. Carey Buckley has been named board member of the Connecticut Mortgage Bankers Association and its membership chair. She is senior account manager at Radian Guaranty Inc., Philadelphia. American Council of Life Insurers , a Washington trade group, named Eileen C. McDonnell to its board.