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March 27, 2014 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
When the dot.com boom crashed in 2001 and the easy money dried up, Guyana native Jonathan Brassington and two colleagues quit their venture capital-backed Philadelphia firm and set up their own small company: LiquidHub. They designed it to be self-funding - with cash from clients, not bets from investors - and went to work upgrading Internet services for some of the region's biggest companies. Today, LiquidHub is big enough, profitable enough, and growing fast enough to welcome investment from around the world.
NEWS
February 13, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Branding agency 160over90 is moving its Philadelphia operations to the office complex formerly known as the Penn Mutual Towers from its current location at the One South Broad building. The company moves its 125-member staff on Monday into a 30,000-square-foot office in the Old City building that's since been renamed One Washington Square, 160over90 spokeswoman Kim Hallman said. The 880,000 square foot One Washington building has been undergoing extensive renovations following its 2014 acquisition by Rubenstein Partners.
NEWS
June 30, 2010
WPCS International Inc. says it has received about $7.3 million in new contracts for domestic as well as international projects. The Exton-based company, which builds communications systems, said the client list includes the New London Police Department, Central Connecticut State University, Camden City Police Department, Florida Department of Transportation, AT&T, Qwest and Boeing. New contracts also call for work in China and Australia. "We are pleased to see bids being converted to backlog as it helps us establish some momentum," Jim Heinz, executive vice president, said in a company release.
NEWS
September 26, 1986 | By Frederick Cusick, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau (The Associated Press contributed to this article.)
In the latest round of political financial disclosures, Lt. Gov. William W. Scranton 3d, the GOP gubernatorial candidate, released additional information yesterday about his financial assets and those of his family. Scranton has engaged in a running dispute with former Auditor General Robert P. Casey, the Democratic candidate, over who has fully disclosed the details of his finances. Scranton has called on Casey to release a list of his legal clients, and Casey's campaign manager, James Carville, has suggested that Scranton's disclosure statements have been less than complete.
NEWS
December 26, 2011 | By Cassandra Vinograd and Ramit Plushnick-Masti, Associated Press
LONDON - The loose-knit hacking movement Anonymous claimed Sunday to have stolen thousands of credit card numbers and other personal information belonging to clients of the U.S.-based security think tank Stratfor. One hacker said the goal was to pilfer funds from individuals' accounts to give away as Christmas donations, and some victims confirmed unauthorized transactions linked to their credit cards. Anonymous boasted of stealing Stratfor's confidential client list, which includes entities such as Apple Inc., the Air Force, and the Miami Police Department, and mining it for more than 4,000 credit card numbers, passwords, and home addresses.
NEWS
June 21, 2013 | By Ellen Gray
* DEVIOUS MAIDS. 10 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime. * DROP DEAD DIVA. 9 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime. * CROSSING LINES. 9 p.m. Sunday, NBC10.   IT MAY BE summer, but television doesn't want to see you break that Sunday night habit. "Game of Thrones" is on hiatus, somewhere beyond the Wall, and after this weekend AMC's "Mad Men" goes away until next year, leaving viewers to argue about whatever it was they just saw and to ponder, I don't know, the Deeper Meaning of Bob Benson.
SPORTS
July 23, 2008 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Any interest? Listed yesterday on MLB.com Auctions was a used base from the 2008 All-Star Game at soon-to-be-demolished Yankee Stadium. The opening bid for the cleat-stained bag was $300. As of late yesterday afternoon, the high bid was $1,306.02. Here are some other items from the All-Star Game that were up for grabs, with the high bid from yesterday: Rosin bag: $255. Lineup card: $525. Pitching rubber: $525. Game-used baseball from the 14th inning: $465.
SPORTS
May 11, 2016 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Up until Monday, it was possible to understand what Sam Bradford was doing after the Eagles moved up in the draft to take Carson Wentz and essentially relegate Bradford to his spot on the menu as yesterday's potatoes. Even if you didn't agree with Bradford when he stopped attending team activities and requested a trade, at least the rationale made some sense. We can debate forever the notion that a guy who worked to come back from three serious surgeries might not have the resolve to compete, but there was no getting around the fact that his chance to be the long-term starter here had been seriously diminished.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kate Winslet , 37, whose beauty was the cause of Leonardo DiCaprio 's horrific, painful, cold, wet, arctic death in Titanic , is expecting a baby! It'll be Kate's first bairn with third husband Ned Rocknroll , whom she wed in secret in December. Kate has a child with each of her two previous husbands, daughter Mia , 12, with film director Jim Threapleton and son Joe , 9, with that other film director dude, Sam Mendes .   Love in the age of reality TV Not that we think he's anything remotely resembling the bee's knees, but we're nonetheless happy for Kris Humphries : His divorce from wife of 72 days, Kim Kardashian , has been finalized.
SPORTS
September 5, 2009 | By Andy Martino INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The chants of "Rauuuul" that began in April at Citizens Bank Park will perhaps forever shield Raul Ibanez from hearing boos from Phillies fans. But after a dynamic beginning with the Phils, Ibanez has struggled for months. "In the first half of the season, we talked about him being MVP; he could do everything," said manager Charlie Manuel, who rested Ibanez last night against lefthanded starter Wandy Rodriguez in favor of righthanded hitter Ben Francisco. Manuel said that Ibanez would return to the lineup today.
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May 11, 2016 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Up until Monday, it was possible to understand what Sam Bradford was doing after the Eagles moved up in the draft to take Carson Wentz and essentially relegate Bradford to his spot on the menu as yesterday's potatoes. Even if you didn't agree with Bradford when he stopped attending team activities and requested a trade, at least the rationale made some sense. We can debate forever the notion that a guy who worked to come back from three serious surgeries might not have the resolve to compete, but there was no getting around the fact that his chance to be the long-term starter here had been seriously diminished.
NEWS
February 13, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Branding agency 160over90 is moving its Philadelphia operations to the office complex formerly known as the Penn Mutual Towers from its current location at the One South Broad building. The company moves its 125-member staff on Monday into a 30,000-square-foot office in the Old City building that's since been renamed One Washington Square, 160over90 spokeswoman Kim Hallman said. The 880,000 square foot One Washington building has been undergoing extensive renovations following its 2014 acquisition by Rubenstein Partners.
SPORTS
May 27, 2015 | BY JEFF NEIBURG, For the Daily News
THE DESCRIPTION is perfect, given the occasion. Longtime journalist Franz Lidz likens his childhood friend Arn Tellem, the iconic sports agent, to a traditional Jewish dish. "What separates him from others is he's kind of a gefilte fish in a sea of sharks," Lidz says. Tellem and Lidz, friends since the age of 9 at Belmont Hills Elementary School in Bala Cynwyd, are among seven notables who will be inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday at the Gershman Y, 401 S. Broad St. Tellem, who graduated from Haverford College in 1976 and Michigan Law School in 1979, has a client list that includes Chase Utley and Yu Darvish in baseball and Derrick Rose, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook in basketball.
BUSINESS
March 27, 2014 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
When the dot.com boom crashed in 2001 and the easy money dried up, Guyana native Jonathan Brassington and two colleagues quit their venture capital-backed Philadelphia firm and set up their own small company: LiquidHub. They designed it to be self-funding - with cash from clients, not bets from investors - and went to work upgrading Internet services for some of the region's biggest companies. Today, LiquidHub is big enough, profitable enough, and growing fast enough to welcome investment from around the world.
NEWS
June 21, 2013 | By Ellen Gray
* DEVIOUS MAIDS. 10 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime. * DROP DEAD DIVA. 9 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime. * CROSSING LINES. 9 p.m. Sunday, NBC10.   IT MAY BE summer, but television doesn't want to see you break that Sunday night habit. "Game of Thrones" is on hiatus, somewhere beyond the Wall, and after this weekend AMC's "Mad Men" goes away until next year, leaving viewers to argue about whatever it was they just saw and to ponder, I don't know, the Deeper Meaning of Bob Benson.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kate Winslet , 37, whose beauty was the cause of Leonardo DiCaprio 's horrific, painful, cold, wet, arctic death in Titanic , is expecting a baby! It'll be Kate's first bairn with third husband Ned Rocknroll , whom she wed in secret in December. Kate has a child with each of her two previous husbands, daughter Mia , 12, with film director Jim Threapleton and son Joe , 9, with that other film director dude, Sam Mendes .   Love in the age of reality TV Not that we think he's anything remotely resembling the bee's knees, but we're nonetheless happy for Kris Humphries : His divorce from wife of 72 days, Kim Kardashian , has been finalized.
NEWS
December 26, 2011 | By Cassandra Vinograd and Ramit Plushnick-Masti, Associated Press
LONDON - The loose-knit hacking movement Anonymous claimed Sunday to have stolen thousands of credit card numbers and other personal information belonging to clients of the U.S.-based security think tank Stratfor. One hacker said the goal was to pilfer funds from individuals' accounts to give away as Christmas donations, and some victims confirmed unauthorized transactions linked to their credit cards. Anonymous boasted of stealing Stratfor's confidential client list, which includes entities such as Apple Inc., the Air Force, and the Miami Police Department, and mining it for more than 4,000 credit card numbers, passwords, and home addresses.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 19, 2010
THE CLIENT LIST. 9 tonight, Lifetime. "A MOTHER WILL do anything for her family," according to Lifetime's promos for "The Client List. " I wasn't aware Jennifer Love Hewitt had children. And so, while I'm not prepared to judge the unidentified woman or women whose "true story" supposedly inspired this tale of small-town prostitution in a bad economy, I will say that for Hewitt, playing a woman who's long been judged for her physical attributes and turns to them for an income when the going gets tough might not be the smartest career move.
NEWS
June 30, 2010
WPCS International Inc. says it has received about $7.3 million in new contracts for domestic as well as international projects. The Exton-based company, which builds communications systems, said the client list includes the New London Police Department, Central Connecticut State University, Camden City Police Department, Florida Department of Transportation, AT&T, Qwest and Boeing. New contracts also call for work in China and Australia. "We are pleased to see bids being converted to backlog as it helps us establish some momentum," Jim Heinz, executive vice president, said in a company release.
SPORTS
September 5, 2009 | By Andy Martino INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The chants of "Rauuuul" that began in April at Citizens Bank Park will perhaps forever shield Raul Ibanez from hearing boos from Phillies fans. But after a dynamic beginning with the Phils, Ibanez has struggled for months. "In the first half of the season, we talked about him being MVP; he could do everything," said manager Charlie Manuel, who rested Ibanez last night against lefthanded starter Wandy Rodriguez in favor of righthanded hitter Ben Francisco. Manuel said that Ibanez would return to the lineup today.
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