Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
For the eighth consecutive year, Temple University's Fox School of Business and Management brought together fledgling companies in search of development/expansion capital, and investors with dollars to roll out, up and into the right company's coffers. New this year, with a special nod to the importance and relevance of ethics and ethical behavior, was the inclusion of so-called social entrepreneurship...
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After racing down a ramp on his inline skates, Benjamin Lachower picks up speed, hits a smaller ramp, then sails high in the air, easily clearing a bar held some 9 feet high. "All right, Israel!" says a skating instructor, while his peers holler at and applaud Lachower's performance during an impromptu high-jump competition at Camp Woodward near State College,...
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While Paul Mekler excels in his work as a junior at Northeast High, the Russian immigrant can admittedly use a hand prepping for his SATs, filling out college applications and writing entrance essays. And as part of the Jewish Employment and Vocational Service's Tuttleman/Lasko Youth Summer Internship Program, he receives such assistance free of charge. The internship is part of...
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Few things offer a greater sense of accomplishment than designing, building or customizing a home to your specific desires. Done properly, a home can offer decades of enjoyment to you and your family -- with little or no need for major updating or improvements. With so many necessary decisions however, it's often easy to lose sight of the truly critical...
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Joan Waldbaum is not your typical 75-year-old. Not only does she swim to stay healthy, but she just so happens to excel in the sport, and did so during a recent international competition. "I like to think that I could show young people that, just because you're older, it doesn't mean you're dead," she said. "I love it when 50-year-olds...
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