Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774
A Philly soda makes a comeback in what could be another bubbly Series year
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Amazing Jews? No, corrects Elliott Hirsh, "Amazing Juice." Easy to confuse one with the other. Because it was the lifelong Philadelphian -- with Jewish roots from Feltonville and Fishtown to Strawberry Mansion and the "Circle" -- who brought Amazing Juice to the Jews and others of the area, starting with Elliott's Amazing Apple in 1983. It was all part and...
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Daymond John doesn't have a tiger in his tank ... more like a shark
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He brandishes the concept of branding like an Excalibur of excellence, unsheathing an unbelievable track record in business that has had competition kneeling, caught in a benighted comparison. King Arthur of the artful advertiser? This is one business behemoth you want around any table: advising, admonishing, suggesting -- winning. Daymond John's résumé resumes with a powerful announcement after a lull...
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When trading loafers for slippers means an economical move
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Adam Bell, JE Feature
If you think the economy has driven a lot of people to work from home, then you're right. Folks who have been laid off, or are looking to save money by telecommuting, have increasingly set up shop in their own living room. "It's the solution to the problem du jour . And the problem du jour is money," said Kate...
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Adam Bell, JE Feature
Trendy and kosher-friendly at the same time -- that's the idea behind a Canadian glass-countertop manufacturer seeking to expand its presence in the marketplace. ThinkGlass, a privately held company outside of Montreal, is pitching its sleek glass countertops as a good fit for kosher kitchens because they are nonporous. A basic kosher rule is no mixing of meat and dairy...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Recent dramatic downturns in today's economy have forced and inspired growing numbers of people to rethink the way that they make a living. Take, for example, Eric Weinstein, 35, a teacher of autistic children at Smedley Elementary School in Northeast Philadelphia, where the Penn State grad with a master's in elementary and special education from Holy Family College has his...
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