Assistant Business Editor, Philadelphia Inquirer
journalist Philadelphia Inquirer assistant business editor; Web Winners/Web Wealth columnist
philly.com — Posted: Sunday, May 19, 2013, 3:01 AM When it comes to credit issues and identity theft, I sometimes feel like what we used to call a broken record. Almost incessantly, I urge readers to check their credit reports by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com or by calling 1-877-322-8228.
inquirer.com — A top NBC Sports executive says advertising sales for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, are going "exceptionally well" with the company projecting $800 million in revenue.
inquirer.com — The recent controversy surrounding the morning-after contraceptive pill called Plan B One-Step has been argued in political, regulatory, and legal circles. But Teva Pharmaceuticals Ltd., which makes the drug and has its Americas headquarters in Montgomery County, has largely succeeded in remaining a bit player in the swirling theatrics.
inquirer.com — Community activists and an interfaith group want Philadelphia City Council to amend a lease agreement between the city and US Airways Group to boost the salary of 1,500 low-wage airport workers and require future hiring for ground-service jobs to come from neighborhoods around Philadelphia International Airport.
philly.com — Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 5:51 AM SEPTA may slightly reduce its fare hike and allow more rides on passes under changes offered to its planned overhaul of the fare-collection system. SEPTA plans sweeping changes that will start with fare hikes July 1.
inquirer.com — How do you blame a city for lying to taxpayers and bond buyers about its sad financial shape - without also blaming its mayor, or its finance officers, or any of the paid lawyers, bankers, and advisers who helped tell the lies?
inquirer.com — About a dozen Tea Party activists from the Philadelphia area gathered outside the Kimmel Center Wednesday - site of Comcast Corp.'s annual shareholders' meeting - to protest the company's ownership of the liberal-leaning MSNBC 24-hour cable news channel.
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