Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Tammuz 13, 5775
No, it's not a doctor soap, but a way for students to get their feet wet in the real world
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Aggie Sygnarowicz, JE Feature
Mandy Dutton, a sophomore at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York City, is a busy young woman: She's taking 20 credits at school, and working 20 hours a week as an intern at a New York City fashion magazine. And although she's so involved with filing, photocopying and performing other administrative tasks that she can barely take a...
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Andrew Lasner, JE Feature
Fueled by rising home values, larger sales forces and increased consumer acceptance, the number of federally insured reverse mortgages made in the United States in 2006 grew by 77 percent, according to the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association. "More seniors are recognizing that traditional retirements tools, such as IRAs, pensions and 401(k)s, are not providing sufficient income to help fund...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
One of the first things people notice upon entering Botwinick's Clothing, at the Metropol Center in Jenkintown, are solid-looking, turquoise-painted letters -- each about 3-feet-high, mounted inside directly above the entrance spelling out BOTWINICK'S. Now a retail icon in themselves, the letters are from the facade of the original store that opened at 976 N. Marshall St., in the East...
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It looks as if a "landmark" kosher supermarket in Northeast Philadelphia won't be going out of business after all. Last month, Ira Feldman, the longtime owner of Best Value Kosher Meats on Bustleton Avenue, told customers his grocery would be closing come early January. The only other option, Feldman noted, was the unlikely scenario that someone would offer to buy...
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Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
The investment surprise for 2006 was the greater-than-expected rise in the broader markets, such as the S&P 500. For the last several years, market sages have been telling us to curb our expectations and expect single-digit returns, at best, for the foreseeable future. While the modest owner of a Vanguard Index Fund is probably quite pleased with its 2006 performance...
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