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February 12, 2013
B   ILL DECKER, 40, of Media, is president of the Hub, which he co-founded in 2004 to provide specialized meeting space and technology/business-support services. The Hub Commerce Square, a 23,000-square-foot meeting-and-event space at 20th and Market streets, opened last May. Already open were the Hub CityView, at 30 S. 17th St., and the Hub Cira Centre, across from the 30th Street station. Q: How did you come up with the idea for the business? A: We bet that companies would use less office space in the future.
BUSINESS
February 7, 2013 | By Mike Armstrong, Inquirer Columnist
On a day when Michael Dell felt confident enough to announce a $24.4 billion leveraged buyout of the PC maker he founded came word of two less successful outcomes locally. The maker of the Zicam line of cold remedies said it withdrew an offer made in October to acquire Doylestown-based ProPhase Labs Inc. , the maker of Cold-Eeze lozenges. In a filing with the SEC last fall, Matrixx Laboratories Inc. disclosed that it has been trying to acquire ProPhase since May. Matrixx offered to acquire ProPhase for $1.40 per share in September, but was rebuffed.
NEWS
January 26, 2013 | By Claudia Vargas, Inquirer Staff Writer
The nonprofit Camden Children's Garden has two months to vacate most of its state-owned property before the land is transferred to the Adventure Aquarium next door. In a letter sent last week, the New Jersey Department of Treasury ordered Children's Garden director Michael Devlin to remove all property - including the facility's amusement rides, gazebo, and giant dinosaur - by March 31. The garden has the option to sell its items to Herschend Family Entertainment, the private owner of the aquarium as well as amusement parks around the country.
NEWS
January 25, 2013 | BY DANA DiFILIPPO, Daily News Staff Writer difilid@phillynews.com, 215-854-5934
IT'S HARD TO FORGET that Ross Berkowitz's new office in Center City used to be part of the 12th Street Gym. Move-in boxes brimming with office supplies pile where fitness instructors recently demanded more sweat from wheezing aerobicizers. The clunk of a dropped weight occasionally interrupts the quiet, a reminder that the gym still thrives beyond Berkowitz's walls. But in his mind's eye, Berkowitz sees and hears only young professionals clattering away on laptops, the hubbub of entrepreneurs cooking up brilliant business plans.
SPORTS
January 14, 2013 | By Phil Sheridan, Inquirer Columnist
Disclosure: Ten days ago, I started writing a column advocating Jon Gruden to replace Andy Reid as head coach of the Eagles. I decided to go in a different direction, which isn't unusual. What's unusual is reviving an unfinished column and reworking it. Why now? Three reasons: The Eagles' coaching search   meanders on, with Notre Dame's Brian Kelly handing them another snub. A few notables - Ron Jaworski, Dick Vermeil, Mike Mayock, Brian Baldinger - endorsed Gruden.   Finally, and maybe most compellingly, I've gotten into a couple of Twitter debates on the topic.
NEWS
January 1, 2013
SCRANTON - A newspaper received a calendar to help ring in the new year - except the year was 1950. The Scranton Times-Tribune reported that a mail carrier delivered the item, 63 years late, without explanation Friday. The large tube contained a 1950 Pennsylvania Railroad calendar addressed to James Flanagan, former general manager of the Scranton Times. The calendar includes a holiday greeting from a railroad executive dated December 1949. Flanagan died the same month. A Postal Service spokesman said lost mail is sometimes found when a machine is dismantled or office space is renovated.
NEWS
December 28, 2012 | By Dan Zak, Washington Post
NEWTOWN, Conn. - Christmas is gone, and with it the satellite trucks, and now the residents of this most famous small town in America are left with tens of thousands of teddy bears that they don't know what to do with. Mountains of plush stuffed animals - some the size of grizzlies - await itemizing and boxing in a warehouse just east of Main Street, where the highest flag in town now flies at full-staff. Two weeks after the mass shooting at nearby Sandy Hook Elementary School, nearly a week after the streets were jammed with hearses and funeral processions, Newtown is digging itself out from an avalanche of altruism.
BUSINESS
December 28, 2012 | By Harold Brubaker, Inquirer Staff Writer
The decision by 3B Orthopaedics to move from Center City's Pennsylvania Hospital and become employees of Aria Health, effective Tuesday, shows that even prominent doctors are not immune from the economic forces reshaping medicine. Driving the move was 3B's desire to expand its footprint in the region, according to Robert E. Booth Jr., one of the partners in 3B, short for Booth Bartolozzi Balderston Orthopaedics. The group had been an independent practice at Pennsylvania Hospital, part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, since 1998.
BUSINESS
December 17, 2012
Chuck Ulmann, who has lived a few minutes outside the borough proper for the last 42 years, has kindly agreed to provide as comprehensive a tour of West Chester as six hours allows. Ulmann, who worked in the pharmaceuticals industry from college through retirement, is not only well-versed in West Chester's architectural history but has, over the years, shepherded groups through the borough's streets and alleys, showing them the highlights. In the first hour of the tour, Ulmann proves that just about every style of housing from the early 19th century to 2012 is represented in West Chester.
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