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NEWS
January 15, 2015 | By Ben Finley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Defending himself in his fraud trial Tuesday, Don Tollefson offered a new layer to his legal strategy: blaming other people. Accused of selling $340,000 in bogus travel packages to sporting events, the former sportscaster has faulted his addictions, lack of business acumen, and desire to help poor children through his charity. But while sitting on the witness stand, Tollefson named seven people who bought travel packages for a 2013 Super Bowl trip, claiming they contributed to his financial undoing.
SPORTS
November 4, 2014 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Staff Writer
I SUPPOSE I could start this and all columns about the Sixers for the foreseeable future with this disclaimer: "Don't worry; it'll all be worth it in two, three or four more seasons when the plan comes together. " After all, I've been told that the Sixers deserve credit for being transparent about their decision to sacrifice the present in an effort to build long-term success. None of this bad basketball should be a surprise. If you can't stomach the growing pains of "building together" then come back in 2016-17, when hopefully things will begin to kick into gear.
BUSINESS
November 1, 2014 | By David Sell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. said Thursday its third-quarter profit rose compared with the same period last year in large part because it stopped trying to sell generic medicine in markets where the profit was too small, cut expenses, and converted patients to a new version of its multiple sclerosis medication. Teva's net income rose from $711 million in the third quarter of 2013 to $876 million in the same period this year. Sales for the third quarter were almost flat, decreasing from $5.059 billion in 2013 to $5.058 billion in the third quarter this year.
NEWS
October 25, 2014 | By Michael Boren, Inquirer Staff Writer
In the 1990s, when the population of Ocean County's Juvenile Detention Center swelled past 45 - well over the recommended capacity of 30 - some youths slept on mattresses on the floor until a bed opened, usually in a day or two. "There was always a fight just about every night," said Walter Hopson, the center's superintendent. Now, with only 13 occupants, some beds sit empty. The halls are a little quieter, too. A dozen workers have retired or left in recent years, their positions unfilled.
SPORTS
October 10, 2014 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
WHEN LESEAN MCCOY ran away with the NFL rushing title last season, nearly three-quarters of his rushing yards came out of what generally is considered a passing formation. McCoy gained 1,155 of his 1,607 rushing yards in 11 personnel - three-wide receiver formations with one tight end and one running back. He averaged 5.4 yards per carry as the Eagles spread defenses out, forced them into nickel with their passing prowess and then let McCoy do his thing behind the league's most athletic offensive line.
BUSINESS
October 8, 2014 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
The majority owner of Aker Philadelphia Shipyard and American Shipping Co. is exploring "strategic initiatives" for the companies that might include a U.S. listing of stock, a merger or acquisition, or a financial restructuring. Converto Capital Fund, an investment fund owned by the Norwegian parent company Aker ASA, has a 57 percent stake in Aker Philadelphia Shipyard and a 20 percent stake in American Shipping Co. "These two companies have performed well, and Converto is always looking to create values," said Atle Kigen, Aker ASA spokesman.
NEWS
September 29, 2014 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Politics Writer
"Where's the beef?" That was the question underdog candidate Walter Mondale borrowed from a Wendy's ad to skewer front-runner Gary Hart and his airy "new ideas" in a 1984 presidential debate. In the same vein, underdog Tom Corbett paced the stage in last week's first debate of the Pennsylvania governor's race, demanding that Democrat Tom Wolf provide details of his promises to make the state's personal income tax fairer to the middle class and to increase state funding on education.
NEWS
August 20, 2014
M ICHAEL PRIFTI, 60, of Wynnewood; Eric Rahe, 56, of Phoenixville; and Michael Ytterberg, 60, of East Falls, are principals in BLT Architects. The second-generation Center City firm works in mixed-use, multifamily, education and hospitality spaces. I spoke with Prifti, who's managing principal. Q: What sets BLT Architects apart from other firms? A: We don't bring preconceived notions to any opportunity. Our higher-education work has informed our hotel work. Similarly, the hotel work is showing up in residential where there's lots of interplay in the amenity space.
BUSINESS
August 6, 2014 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
Eric Ulken, director of product management for SeattleTimes.com, has been named executive director of digital strategy for Philly.com and Interstate General Media's other digital news properties, owner and publisher H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest said Monday. Ulken will also oversee Inquirer.com and PhillyDailyNews.com. Ulken, who will report to Stan Wischnowski, vice president of news operations, has extensive experience in content, product development, and digital journalism education. Before his current job, Ulken was the Seattle Times' assistant managing editor for digital.
NEWS
July 27, 2014 | By Tom Avril, Inquirer Staff Writer
Patients with heart failure engage in a delicate balancing act all year round, taking care not to drink too much liquid because the weakened heart muscle cannot cope with excess fluid. But what is a person supposed to do during those blast-furnace days of July and August? Perspiration depletes the body of fluids and electrolytes, such as potassium, that are needed for proper heart function. The patient, who is typically also taking a diuretic to excrete excess fluid, then feels the need to drink more water.
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