Sunday, January 03, 2016

PA in the WSJ

Articles I noticed in this week's Wall Street Journal that mentioned Pennsylvania.


"Icahn wins Pep Boys bidding contest," by Tess Stynes 12/31

"Bridgestone won't life Pep Boys bid," by Ezequiel Minaya 12/30

"Triumph Group names Raytheon executive Daniel Crowley as CEO," by Robert Wall and Anne Steele 12/30.  Triumph is based in Berwyn

Airfares out of Philadelphia are mentioned in "Airlines challenge low-cost foes on fares," by Susan Carey 12/30


"Bill Cosby charged with assault," by Kris Maher 12/31 includes a mention of newly elected Montco DA Kevin Steele

Pennsylvania pensions, the state budget, and Gov. Tom Wolf are mentioned in "States' pension woes spit Democrats and union allies," by Timothy W. Martin and Kris Maher 12/30


The Dormont public library gets a shout out in "To relax, grown ups try to stay inside the lines," by James R. Hagerty and Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg

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