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Phoebe Haddon stepping down as chancellor of Rutgers-Camden

Rutgers University-Camden Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon will step down from the position on July 1 and return to the school's law faculty. Haddon was named to the post in 2014, becoming Rutgers-Camden's first African-American woman chancellor. "Leadi...

Editor’s Briefing: Kill The Star? The future isn’t bright

“Kill The Star? The question won’t die” The headline appeared on the cover of the first issue of the Kansas City Business Journal in 1982. It would be as apt to be on the Business Journal’s next cover after The Star’s parent company filed for Chapter ...

Former Landmark Theatres CEO returns to ArcLight Cinemas

ArcLight Cinemas has tapped former chief executive of Landmark Theatres, Ted Mundorff, as its new president and chief operating officer. Mundorff, who left Landmark in October last year after 15 years, is coming back to ArcLight, where he once served ...

Univision may be sold to group led by former Viacom CFO

Univision Communications Inc. is in talks to be sold by a group that includes the former chief financial officer of Viacom, Wade Davis, and Searchlight Capital Partners. The Spanish-language broadcaster, which has been in the sale process for months, ...

Large new charter school on the books. Here are the details.

A South Florida company plans to build a charter school in Osceola County that could serve up to 1,000 students. Hollywood-based MG3 Developer Group LLC has proposed a 61,296-square-foot, two-story K-8 school near the corner of Old Canoe Creek and Nol...

Nautilus announces $70 million credit facility

Nautilus Inc. this month announced a $70 million credit facility designed to fuel the company's ongoing digital reboot. The exercised equipment maker's shares (NYSE: NLS) fell 84 percent last year, but new CEO Jim Barr hopes to turn the company aroun...

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Education

1702, 2020

Big name college coach lists Philadelphia home for $2.495M (Photos)

February 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Big name college coach lists Philadelphia home for $2.495M (Photos)

Villanova University head basketball coach Jay Wright is putting his home on the market this month for $2.495 million. The house is situated on five acres along the countryside in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, about a 15-minute drive from Villanova's campus o...

1402, 2020

Large new charter school on the books. Here are the details.

February 14th, 2020|Comments Off on Large new charter school on the books. Here are the details.

A South Florida company plans to build a charter school in Osceola County that could serve up to 1,000 students. Hollywood-based MG3 Developer Group LLC has proposed a 61,296-square-foot, two-story K-8 school near the corner of Old Canoe Creek and Nol...

2002, 2020

Distiller releases commemorative Derby bourbon

February 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Distiller releases commemorative Derby bourbon

The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience unveiled its 2020 commemorative Single Barrel Bourbon for the Kentucky Derby Festival on Wednesday. This year marks Evan Williams’ fourth consecutive year as an official sponsor of the Kentucky Derby Festival, and ...

2002, 2020

Dallas startup invited to chat at Snap’s Yellow accelerator

February 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Dallas startup invited to chat at Snap’s Yellow accelerator

Snap Inc. has invited 10 more startups to participate in its accelerator program Yellow, including a platform and podcast about conscious consumerism aimed at millennial and Gen Z women. The Snapchat maker announced Yellow, an accelerator for mobile-...

2002, 2020

Ultimate Software enters merger to create company valued at $22B

February 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Ultimate Software enters merger to create company valued at $22B

Weston-based Ultimate Software has entered an agreement to merge with Lowell, Massachusetts-based Kronos Incorporated. The deal would create a $22 billion conglomerate, making it one of the world's largest cloud computing companies, Ultimate Software ...

Health

North City hospital developer gets more time to secure financing plan

February 20th, 2020|

The developer of a controversial North City hospital will get more time to secure financing for the project. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the city Board of Estimate and Apportionment on Wednesday gave Paul McKee and his NorthSide Regenerat...

Sports

Mattel unveils new Barbie, Hot Wheels for the Olympic Games in Tokyo

February 19th, 2020|

Mattel Inc. has signed a new licensing agreement to make a collection of toys to mark the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, including a new Barbie line and a Hot Wheels mini collection. The El Segundo, California-based toy maker said it worked with ...

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