Monday, August 23, 2010

A Few WSJ Notes

A few Pennsylvania notes from last week's Wall Street Journal:

"Gardening without a sprinkler," by Anne Marie Chaker on 8/18 focuses on xeriscaping, designing and growing gardens that require little watering. One of the gardens featured belongs to Jenny Rose Carey of Ambler. The photo shows a lush, colorful lawn.

Two items from Thursday, 8/19:

"Soros's ex-manager to close shop," by Jenny Strasburg and Mark Gongloff, focuses on Stanley Druckenmiller of Pittsburgh, who tried to buy the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008. He runs Duquesne Capital Management.

"J&J, bruised by recalls, aims higher," by Jonathan D. Rockoff discusses the McNeil plant in Ft. Washington that was closed down earlier this year.

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