Articles by Maya Spitzer

09/14/10 12:05am

Pennsylvania alcohol handling fee changes for the first time in 17 years

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced the first changes to its alcohol handling fee in 17 years. Changes are estimated to bring 50-75 million dollars in revenue.
09/08/10 5:33am

Wharton alums settle insider trading charges

Two men who received their respective master’s degrees from Wharton settled federal insider trading allegations with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week.
07/15/10 2:43am
Two evangelical Christian missionaries plan to file a federal suit against the University of Pennsylvania for what the missionaries said was an infringement upon their right to proselytize
05/27/10 4:09am

McNish trial postponed a fourth time

The trial for 28-year-old Upper Darby resident Shacoy McNish, who was accused of stealing the identities of patients at the Hospital of the University of the Pennsylvania in November, was postponed by a Delaware County judge until July 6.
04/22/10 4:58am
Editor of The New Yorker David Remnick spoke Wednesday at the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Distinguished Lecture in Communication on “The Joshua Generation: Race and the Campaign of Barack Obama.”
04/14/10 5:28am
It’s not everyday that Penn President Amy Gutmann sits down with three of Penn’s leading professors and two of America’s most influential political experts.
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