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Business tech firm in Blue Bell gets sold and now plans to hire and expand

Anexinet, a survivor among the scrappy companies that connect Philly-area employers to fast-changing business software, has been sold to a New York private-equity fund that promises to grow the business outside its local markets
Column

Business tech firm in Blue Bell gets sold and now plans to hire and expand

Anexinet, a survivor among the scrappy companies that connect Philly-area employers to fast-changing business software, has been sold to a New York private-equity fund that promises to grow the business outside its local markets
Column

Philly, get with the future. Fix the Liberty Bell

We have the technology for a Liberty Bell that rings. It should ring for elections, and toll when heroes die, and peal when the Eagles stomp the Patriots, Villanova tops the NCAA, and a Penn wonk gains a Nobel.
Column

Philly, get with the future. Fix the Liberty Bell

We have the technology for a Liberty Bell that rings. It should ring for elections, and toll when heroes die, and peal when the Eagles stomp the Patriots, Villanova tops the NCAA, and a Penn wonk gains a Nobel.
Opinion

Pennsylvania Republican Party chief’s disgrace could be good news for Trump 2020 | Maria Panaritis

Think the resignation of Pa.'s GOP Party chairman over sexually charged messages will hurt the president in 2020? Think again.
Opinion

Pennsylvania Republican Party chief’s disgrace could be good news for Trump 2020 | Maria Panaritis

Think the resignation of Pa.'s GOP Party chairman over sexually charged messages will hurt the president in 2020? Think again.
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Pete Buttigieg’s record on race should have been scrutinized earlier | Solomon Jones

Pete Buttigieg has a troubled — and undercovered — history with his city’s black community.

Opinion

Got popcorn for Democratic doubleheader? | John Baer

Will two nights of Democratic debates with 20 candidates shake up the field, energize the party -- or just fizzle?

Opinion

When Trump’s cruel immigration policies come for our families and friends, we can’t afford to be allies in theory | Helen Ubiñas

A lot has been said about how the unthinkable has become routine, how every day the unacceptable becomes acceptable. Do not accept any of it.

Opinion

Postal pilfering plagues Philly’s East Falls | Stu Bykofsky

Checks mailed in East Falls are being stolen, altered, and cashed.

Opinion

Explosions! Floods! Cancer! What more will it take for Pa. to ditch fossil fuels? | Will Bunch

The bullet that Philadelphia dodged in last week's oil refinery fire was a wake-up call for finally moving away from fossil fuels.

Opinion

After a half-century, teens from Oxford Circle honor a friend they can’t forget | Jenice Armstrong

When Ulysses “Ike” Gammage opened his shoe repair shop in 1967, he was the first black man whom many of the teens who hung out at Castor Avenue and Benner Street had ever met.

Opinion

Jared Kushner’s economic peace plan at Bahrain conference ignores the key factor for progress | Trudy Rubin

Investors won’t come to West Bank, Gaza, so long as the political situation there is unsettled, and Israel controls and limits land, airspace, seas access, bandwidth, water, and physical movement.

Opinion

This 80-year-old reader touched my heart | John Baer

A Philly native, former teacher, and retired real estate broker left me a voicemail message very worthy of sharing.

Opinion

Phase 2 of Trump’s American autocracy has arrived, and it’s as bad as your worst fears | Will Bunch

News on U.S. concentration camps, Iran, and the president's past assaults seem like a Rubicon. Why will no one cross it?

Recession risks are uncomfortably rising as faith in the economy wanes

President Trump’s trade war is creating an increasing amount of angst, as it clearly could go very wrong.

Opinion

At a royal celebration of the ‘king of instruments’ in South Jersey, the pipe organ will reign

Several hundred organists and organ enthusiasts are expected at a regional conference of the American Guild of Organists that will be held for the first time in South Jersey beginning June 30. Organizers say the area is home to many talented players and fine examples of these mighty instruments.

Opinion

Tracey Gordon is my newest shero and quite possibly Philly’s next register of wills | Jenice Armstrong

Unless an independent candidate emerges, Gordon is the presumed winner and will be Philly’s next Register of Wills. She would be the first African American and the first female in the post.

Opinion

Trump’s Iran stand down shows the total incoherence of his policy | Trudy Rubin

Maximum pressure on Iran with no clear goals or diplomacy will drag US into a war.

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