The Fort Washington developer of an inflatable belt to prevent hip fractures among the elderly took top honors in the Extreme Tech Challenge, a worldwide competition for start-ups, the same week its product went on the market.
Less than two months into his role at the EDA, Kevin Quinn was the only member of the board who accepted an invitation from community organizers to tour Camden on Wednesday, amid intense public scrutiny and multiple investigations of the tax break programs that the agency administers.
“At first glance [it] looks like a great result for all DNBF shareholders—really shows how a board can deliver value when they put their mind to it,” said a stockholder, who was critical of former managers.
Outages like the recent that Google users experienced aren't going to go away, and that’s a challenge for many small businesses that rely on cloud based services for sales, payments and communications. When these applications don’t work our businesses don’t work. So what to do?
xtraChef says its clients include Chef José Andréscq, the &pizzacq chain, Dos Toros Taqueria, TGI Fridays and Dairy Queen, plus the CookNSolo restaurant group led by Philadelphia-based Michael Solomonov.
There’s a growing backlash against non-compete agreements - particularly when it comes to employees - across the country because some believe that these types of agreements limit the opportunities for lower skilled workers.
In 1999, Dorothea Gamble and Dagmar Mitchell bought a Northern Liberties multi-use building for $40,000 intending to open their boutique. But then their property was stolen, and it wasn’t until October 2018 that their business finally opened.