Reid Kanaley

Reid Kanaley

Reid Kanaley is an assistant business editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Wulfsohn steps down at Carpenter Technology

William A. Wulfsohn, 52, will step down as president and chief executive officer of specialty steel maker Carpenter Technology Corp. of Wyomissing.

We're talking baseball apps, and scores and stats

Now that it's baseball season, smartphone applications are making it easy to check scores during important meetings and dinner dates. Just keep nodding.

We're talking baseball apps, and scores and stats

Now that it's baseball season, smartphone applications are making it easy to check scores during important meetings and dinner dates. Just keep nodding.

Recording blight and reporting fraud

A proliferation of place-specific apps can help you catch a bus, stop blight, or drop the dime on municipal fraud.

Apps to fix Philadelphia, track SEPTA, and more

A proliferation of place-specific apps can help you catch a bus, stop blight, or drop the dime on municipal fraud.

Economics made easy with smartphone apps

In the era of serial Washington budget crises, you don't have to be a wonk to find the real numbers behind politicians' walls of words (like sequester). Just use these smartphone applications about the state of the economy.

Economic data, right at your fingertips

In the era of serial Washington budget crises, you don't have to be a wonk to find the real numbers behind politicians' walls of words (like sequester). Just use these smartphone applications about the state of the economy.

Smartphone apps steer motorists toward savings

Gasoline prices are climbing early and fast this year, as any driver can attest. The average cost at the pump nationwide for a gallon of regular stood Wednesday at $3.77 - 20 cents higher than a year ago, and up 46 cents in the last month.

As gas prices inch up, apps track pump pain

Gasoline prices are climbing early and fast this year, as any driver can attest. The average cost at the pump nationwide for a gallon of regular stood Wednesday at $3.77 - 20 cents higher than a year ago, and up 46 cents in the last month.

Last-minute help from Cupid's quiver

Forgot about Valentine's Day? Love's way can still be smoothed. Load your smartphone with the romantic app Couple, by TenthBit Inc. It's free for Android and iPhone.