WPHT’s Rich Zeoli Talks To ‘Clinton Cash’ Author Peter Schweizer

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Peter Schweizer, author of Clinton Cash, accused Bill and Hillary Clinton of exploiting their positions to make millions of dollars in speaking fees while promising access to the Department of State. Schweizer told Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that evidence is there to suggest that paying former President Clinton to […]

Officials: Man Struck, Killed By Train In Delaware County

HAVERFORD Twp., Pa., (CBS) — SEPTA officials say a man was struck and killed by a southbound Norristown High Speed Line train in Haverford Township, Delaware County. Officials say it happened at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday near Township Line Station. Shuttle buses operated between 69th Transportation Center and Wynnewood Road Station. NHSL: Shuttle buses are […]

WPHT’s Rich Zeoli Talks To Author Josh Davis About His Book ‘Two Awesome Hours’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Dr. Josh Davis, author of Two Awesome Hours, said we need to reevaluate the eight hour work day and the way our best work gets done. Davis told Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that being at work for eight hours does not mean you’re necessarily using your time in an […]

Police: $10K Reward Offered In Shooting That Injured Child In West Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police say a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction in a shooting that left a young girl injured in West Philadelphia. At about 9:06 p.m. Saturday, police say officers responded to the 5400 block of Haverford Avenue. Upon their arrival, police say officers were met by […]

Colwyn Designated Distressed, Will Enter Act 47 Program

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The state says the Delaware County borough of Colwyn has been classified as distressed under a Pennsylvania program for financially struggling municipalities. The Department of Community and Economic Development said Wednesday that Colwyn will enter the state’s Municipalities Financial Recovery Act program, also known as Act 47. Under the program, cities […]

Notes from the news, May 6

By the Notebook on May 6, 2015 09:29 AM As promised, SRC resolutions posted far ahead of meeting. Notebook Three Renaissance charter renewals in question. Notebook Relieve testing frenzy and abuse with new policy. Notebook Which Pa. school districts get the highest percentage of aid from the state? NewsWorks/Notebook Jim Kenney talks charter schools, Philly’s ‘neighborhood […]

Lab supplier acquires instrument manufacturer

Laboratory products supplier VWR of Radnor has acquired an analytical instruments company. John George Senior Reporter- Philadelphia Business Journal Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+ VWR, a global laboratory products supplier based In Radnor, Pa., has acquired Hichrom Ltd. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Hichrom, based in Reading, England, is a 37-year-old manufacturer and […]

Comcast plans to overhaul customer service, hire 5,500

Comcast has invested heavily in its retail experience, redesigning all of its stores. 15 photos Dan Norton Special Projects Producer- Philadelphia Business Journal Email  |  Twitter Dealing with seemingly endless criticism of its customer service, Comcast announced a multiyear plan Tuesday to revamp the system. The Philadelphia-based media giant will create more than 5,500 customer […]

Vanguard unveils personal advisory service with lower minimum account size

Vanguard Group CEO William McNabb rolled out the investment management firm’s hybrid automated-human advisory service it has been testing for the past two years and lowered the minimum account from $100,000 to $50,000. 15 photos Jeff Blumenthal Reporter- Philadelphia Business Journal Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+  |  LinkedIn Vanguard Group has unveiled the hybrid automated-human […]