Monday, October 19, 2015

PA in the WSJ

PA in the WSJ

Here are a few Pennsylvania - related items I noticed in the Wall Street Journal last week.

Tuesday, Oct. 13
"Casino Glut Adds to Racetracks' Woes," by Jon Kamp -- There is a note on the effect of Pennsylvania and Maryland casinos on gambling in Delaware is mentioned.

"New Mission for Videogame Heroes:  Save the Symphony Orchestra" by Sara E. Needleman -- The focus is on symphony orchestra's performances of videogame music, with a noteable mention of the Philadelphia Mann Center for the Performing Arts.

Wednesday, Oct 14

"Companies try 'Firm 40' Workweeks," by Rachel Feintzeig --Allentown based myHR Partner, Inc is mentioned.

Thursday, Oct 15

"Hurdle Rises for Job-Seeking Nurses," by Anna Louie Sussman -- Megan Goodman of Downingtown is quoted.

Friday, Oct 16

"Men Who Beat Gay Couple Avoid Prison" -- Another bit of bad publicity for Philadelphia

One non-PA article of note.  "Deficit Shrinks, but Spending Fight Goes On," by Nick Timiroas (10/16).  "The budget shortfall fell to its lowest level since 2007 ...."  Good news all around.

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