From the Philadelphia Business Journal

The Fine Print: $20M, 160-unit community in Cherry Hill & more
Friday July 20th, 2018 10:00:00 AM Natalie Kostelni
Here are a bunch of recent real estate transactions in the Philadelphia region.
Retired Ford exec: Temple president deserves praise for quick ratings scandal action
Thursday July 19th, 2018 08:52:44 PM David Schoch
It’s not uncommon for my cell phone to buzz at any hour of the day with an incoming call, or for it to chime with a flurry of inbound emails. When you lead an organization of any size, you learn how to absorb news without missing a beat.Last week, I received a message from Temple University President Richard M. Englert that gave me reason for pause.President Englert’s letter, sent to all members of the Temple University community, addressed action that he had authorized involving my alma…
Military contractor to shutter Horsham operations
Thursday July 19th, 2018 08:35:20 PM Natalie Kostelni
The company, among other services, provided support for MQ-1 planes, which are remotely piloted aircraft used by the CIA and the Defense Department.
Radian: IRS settlement should produce $74M tax benefit, enhance 2Q results
Thursday July 19th, 2018 06:57:58 PM Jeff Blumenthal
The settlement, which is pending tax court approval, would resolve a dispute over adjustments the IRS made when it examined the company’s consolidated federal income tax returns filed between 2000 and 2007.
Exclusive: New hospital owners to add St. Christopher's presence at Hahnemann in Center City
Thursday July 19th, 2018 06:56:16 PM John George
While so far focusing largely on unglamorous tasks like improving care documentation, hiring staff and forging relationships with post-acute care providers, the new owners of Hahnemann University Hospital and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children are planning a step that will make a big splash on the region’s health care landscape.“We want to establish a St. Christopher’s presence at Hahnemann,” said Joel Freedman, CEO of American Academic Health System (AAHS).Freedman said their…
Amid Made in America spat, how do you solve Parkway event problems?
Thursday July 19th, 2018 06:49:04 PM Kenneth Hilario
There's a perception among residents that Parkway usage increased over the years for large-scale special events, or events that attract more than 50,000 people.
Why Florida-based Beasley bought Phila. country station WXTU 4 years after selling it
Thursday July 19th, 2018 06:15:54 PM Jeff Blumenthal
Beasley Broadcasting's CEO said the company the country station in 2014 because it did not see a path to growth in Philadelphia. But since adding four local stations in 2016, it now has a strong platform here.
Brewerytown Taproom closes to make way for new operator
Thursday July 19th, 2018 05:04:35 PM Kenneth Hilario
Brewerytown Taproom, which began as a venture between a South Jersey brewing company and a celebrity chef, closed its doors.The prep work has begun to make way for a new restaurant to fill in the space left vacant by Brewerytown Taproom.The eatery, located inside the The Fairmount @ Brewerytown rental community, closes less than two years after its December 2016 opening under the name Flying Fish Crafthouse. It began as a partnership between South Jersey beermaker Flying Fish Brewing Co. and…
Has Philadelphia reached peak millennial?
Thursday July 19th, 2018 04:54:44 PM Kennedy Rose
The famed generation is getting older and starting to leave cities. Here’s what it means for Philadelphia.
S. Jersey family-owned Sharrott Winery more than doubles tasting room
Thursday July 19th, 2018 04:47:47 PM Kenneth Hilario
The winery, with six acres of grapes under cultivation, first planted its vineyard in 2005 and opened to the public in 2008. It had a 2,000-square-foot tasting room back then.





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