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BUSINESS
October 23, 2015 | By David Sell, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Philadelphia 76ers and partypoker have ended what both sides said in 2014 was a groundbreaking partnership between an NBA team and an online gambling business. Sixers CEO Scott O'Neil confirmed Wednesday night that the partnership had ended, but declined to explain why the two businesses parted ways, other than to say that even multiyear partnerships such as this one have "triggers" that allow for "adjustments based on market opportunity. " Someday, sports gambling - online and otherwise - might be a hot market opportunity nationally, as it is in Las Vegas now and in other countries such as the United Kingdom.
NEWS
July 30, 2015 | By Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG - More victims of sexual violence will be notified if their attacker moves, takes a new job, or has other changes in his or her status as part of a new partnership announced Tuesday by state law enforcement officials and victim advocates. Under Pennsylvania's Adam Walsh law that was signed into law in 2011, the State Police is responsible for notifying victims when a sexually violent offender registers with its Megan's Law unit or if the offender changes jobs or addresses.
NEWS
June 19, 2015
ISSUE | WORKFORCE Partnership worth investment re-up Pennsylvania is known nationally for connecting workforce training to the needs of key industries, creating workers with the capabilities needed for high productivity, healthy profits, and good wages. The state's Industry Partnership program has even helped shape a new federal workforce law that will be implemented shortly. Through the simple step of bringing businesses together to identify common personnel challenges and opportunities, more than 100,000 workers have been up-skilled since 2005.
NEWS
April 29, 2015 | By Jessica Parks, Inquirer Staff Writer
As they walked through M&S Centerless Grinding in Hatboro on Monday, its president, John Shegda, told Gov. Wolf that his company - and its workforce - have expanded dramatically in recent years. The company, founded by Shegda's father in the 1950s, makes precision rods and tubes for products ranging from pacemakers to guided missiles. One of his machines uses a computer-guided laser to cut rods "within 20 millionths of an inch," Shegda said. Wolf used a tour of the Montgomery County plant to emphasize the need to match career training with local employers' needs.
NEWS
April 29, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
The shrill blast of a lifeguard's whistle transports me from the Kroc Center in Camden back to a childhood swimming spot in Western Massachusetts. But the nostalgia must wait, because I've come to the Kroc's water park to watch a group of Camden students take an introductory swim lesson. And their bus just pulled up outside. "A lot of kids in this area don't have access" to lessons, aquatics supervisor Jim Warner says, standing in the lobby as 20 Davis School first graders arrive.
NEWS
February 12, 2015 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a holistic effort to address some medical needs in Camden, students from Rutgers-Camden and Rowan University will provide health care alongside legal services in a new medical-legal partnership. The Rowan University/Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors authorized $25,000 in seed money for the program during its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon. Students at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University already provide care through student-run clinics. Rutgers-Camden law, nursing, and social-work students will join the Rowan students, alongside faculty from both universities and staff from the Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers, to help Camden residents with health-care needs beyond direct medical assistance.
NEWS
December 20, 2014 | By Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nextdoor.com, a for-profit social-networking site, and the Nutter administration announced a partnership Thursday that will enable the city to communicate directly with Nextdoor's 17,000 local users. It will allow the city to more narrowly focus its online interactions with residents who belong to the online network. The Streets Department, for example, will be able to send a notification of a street closing to residents in the affected neighborhoods. "This offers us a cost-effective method to communicate with residents in a targeted way," Managing Director Rich Negrin said.
NEWS
December 16, 2014 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
City Council President Darrell L. Clarke, whose opposition killed the $1.86 billion sale of Philadelphia Gas Works, has an alternative plan in mind for the city-owned utility. He can't talk about details. "There is a proposal I can be comfortable with," Clarke told Inquirer editors and reporters recently, just hours before UIL Holdings Corp. announced it was pulling out of its deal to buy PGW, ending Mayor Nutter's two-year effort to privatize the utility. Clarke said he favored some kind of public-private partnership concept in which the city retained ownership of PGW. He said he could not reveal specifics: "It's not available yet. " He cited several cities with municipal utilities - Jacksonville, Memphis, San Antonio, and Allentown - as models for operating public-private partnerships.
BUSINESS
November 9, 2014 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
Liberty Energy Trust L.L.C., founded by a Russian-born, Harvard-trained former Enron executive, had several strikes against it when it bid to buy the city-owned Philadelphia Gas Works. Liberty has no assets and no utility operating experience. Its offer to buy PGW was $160 million shy of UIL Holdings Corp.'s winning $1.86 billion bid. It finished out of the running. But Liberty had one winning quality that seems to have intrigued members of Philadelphia's City Council: political juice.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 1, 2014 | By A.D. Amorosi, For The Inquirer
Michael "Killer Mike" Render and Jaime "El-P" Meline have spent so much time together that they finish each other's sentences. How close are they? "We're brothers," Meline says in a phone interview just as Render says they've rarely been separated since 2011. That's when El produced Killer Mike's R.A.P. Music . The two rappers then joined together as Run the Jewels for a 2013 eponymous debut album and tour. Now, they've just released Run the Jewels 2 and there's talk of Run the Jewels 3 sprinkled throughout the chat.
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