Monday, July 25, 2016 Tammuz 19, 5776
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Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
When the current credit crisis finally ends, and the panic has subsided and perspective can be gained, scholars will spend their entire careers studying this unprecedented seizure of the financial markets. Thousands of doctoral degrees will be awarded, and reams and reams of paper will be printed, all in the service of figuring out just exactly what happened, just as...
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A family business can be very rewarding -- and challenging. Indeed, family businesses are a major contributor to the overall economy, employing more than 60 percent of the U.S. work force, according to the Family Firm Institute. They do, however, face problems that are unknown at other companies, according to the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. If you are...
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Before men of twisted ideology -- seven years ago today -- brought inconceivable violence to the shores of our country, ending an extended period of calm and prosperity that many had hoped was becoming a permanent feature of the world, a theory known as "The End of History" had been gaining currency within the world of intellectuals. This theory argued...
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It's time for the kids to go back to school, and this year shopping for school supplies will be a lot more difficult for many families. Due to high gas prices and stretched budgets, financially pinched parents are looking for creative ways to save some money. In addition to cutting back on normal back-to-school purchases, parents are comparing prices and...
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By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
With gas prices at the pump out of sight, with a housing slump and a rising number of foreclosures, with economic growth slowed, unemployment heading upwards, and the "R" word on the lips of many -- well, some worry may be warranted. But Philadelphians go overboard in pessimism, it appears. They seem to echo poet Robert Lowell, who once said,...
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