Publication: Philadelphia Business Journal

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Cozen adds top lawyer at Jefferson Health as health care practice co-chair

The recent restructuring at Jefferson Health System streamlined management, including the company’s legal department. So there was less of a need for deputy general counsel R. Christopher Raphaely, who returned to private practice as co-chair of Cozen ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 5 hours ago]
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Philly schools, cigarette tax in limbo despite budget passing

Pennsylvania state senators finished Tuesday what Republican majority leaders viewed as the remaining pieces of budget-related legislation, although Democrats went away frustrated and a controversial bill remained undone eight days after the beginning ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 6 hours ago]
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For Carmen Khan, Shakespeare is never much ado about nothing

It took an Englishwoman to put a spotlight on Shakespeare in Philadelphia. Carmen Khan founded the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre almost two decades ago and in that time the theater has produced 45 plays and entertained more than 70,000 high school ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 9 hours ago]
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Leaders sound off on the challenges of Philly’s creative industry

Leaders in Philadelphia’s creative industry gathered at Creative Café(3711 Market St.) in June to discuss the challenges city artists face. Speakers included Erica Hawthorne (Small But Mighty Arts), Tayyib Smith (Two.One.Five Magazine), Thaddeus Squire ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 9 hours ago]
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Jefferson melds three boards into one

Dr. Stephen Klasko's wish has been granted. The head of the Jefferson Health System doesn’t have to answer to three separate boards anymore.Instead, he will now report to just one board of trustees — albeit a panel with 57 members.After taking over last ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 9 hours ago]
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5 things to know today (7-9)

Here's what's happening today:1. Hundreds of thousands lost power in Tuesday night's storms. Many won't see power restored until Friday.2. Lobbyists spent more than $500 million in Pennsylvania in 2013, the highest amount on record.3. Guest column: ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 12 hours ago]
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Hundreds of thousands lose power; many won't see it restored until Friday

Violent storms knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses and now one of the region's largest electric utilities says some people will remain in the dark until Friday.PECO Energy tells NBC10.com that it will take crews until the ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 13 hours ago]
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SEPTA Chestnut Hill East Regional Rail suspended

Rush hour just got more complicated for many, as SEPTA has suspended its Chestnut Hill East Regional Rail line due to weather problems.The agency warned passengers of the suspended line on Twitter at around 4:45 a.m.The line is suspended until further ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 13 hours ago]
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First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

Senate confirms Dechert lawyer for federal judge post

Unlike immigration reform, gun control or what color the sky is, Cheryl Krause appears to be something Democrats and Republicans in Washington can both support. The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed the Dechert partner to serve as a judge on the U.S. ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

AbbVie ups its offer for Shire

AbbVie has upped its offer to buy Shire, putting forth a $51.5 billion bid for the Dublin-based drug company that has its U.S. headquarters in Wayne, Pa.Shire previously rejected three other unsolicited takeover bids from AbbVie, including a $46 billion ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

5 things to know today (7-8)

Here's what's happening today:1. Penn medicine received a 'breakthrough' designation for a promising new cancer medication.2. Hotel performance in Philadelphia this summer has been "abysmal." Lack of conventions to blame?3. Media executives are wary ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
First reported Jul 08 2014 - Updated Jul 08 2014 - 1 reports

$18M expansion for Rodeph Shalom synagogue at Broad and Spring Garden

Founded in 1795, Congregation Rodeph Shalom is one of the oldest synagogues in Philadelphia and the first Ashkenazic congregation in the Western Hemisphere. Now it's in the midst of a major expansion.The $18 million project will give the synagogue at ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]

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"A contributing factor in our decision to withdraw our proposal was the CityCity of Philadelphia's vocal support for a Center City casino location, despite…"
The only woman ever to have served on the Delaware Supreme Court said she’s retiring because she "wasn’t taken seriously” when she applied for the chief justice position."

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Leaders sound off on the challenges of Philly’s... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 9 hours ago]
For Carmen Khan, Shakespeare is never much ado ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 9 hours ago]
5 things to know today (7-9) [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 12 hours ago]
SEPTA Chestnut Hill East Regional Rail suspended [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 13 hours ago]
Hundreds of thousands lose power; many won't se... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - 13 hours ago]
AbbVie ups its offer for Shire [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
$18M expansion for Rodeph Shalom synagogue at B... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
5 things to know today (7-8) [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
Philly chefs combine fine dining and beer in wi... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
Comcast gaining too much influence on mobile TV... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
Senate confirms Dechert lawyer for federal judg... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
Crumbs Bake Shop closing all stores [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 08 2014]
Tesla approved by Pennsylvania government for n... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 07 2014]
Hotel performance “abysmal” due to fewer conven... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 07 2014]
Local high-school students to participate in 'S... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 07 2014]
Medical marijuana? Most Pennsylvanians approve [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 07 2014]
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Kathleen Kane no longer suing Philadelphia Inqu... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 07 2014]
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Wills Eye Hospital has a warning about July 4 f... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 03 2014]
Hindus urge Urban Outfitters to pull religious ... [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 03 2014]
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Arthur upgraded to hurricane [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 03 2014]
Target: Don't bring guns in our stores [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 03 2014]
Univest exec departing to become credit union CEO [Published Philadelphia Business Journal - Jul 03 2014]
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