Ahead of Bell: Cerberus explores Supervalu options The latest story counters a report by Bloomberg Thursday that cited unnamed sources maintaining that Cerberus' talks with Supervalu had stalled, because the private equity firm was having trouble obtaining the funds for a leveraged buyout. That report sent ... 12/3/2012 - 1:23 am | View Link
SuperValu Higher After Weekend Barron's Article (SVU) Supervalue (NYSE: SVU) is trading higher today versus Friday's close after a Barron's article featured the company over the weekend. The article highlighted the corporate turnaround story in Supervalu and argued that Supervalu investors "are overlooking ... 03/20/2011 - 8:49 pm | View Link
SuperValu Spikes on Buyout Rumors NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- SuperValu (SVU - Get Report) is spiking on rumors of private equity interest in the grocer. SuperValu shares reached $17.89 earlier in the day, their highest point in eight months, before falling back a bit to $16.91. Since ... 12/2/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
Today's Stock Market News and Analysis Get the latest news and analysis in the stock market today, including national and world stock market news, business news, financial news and more. 11/30/2015 - 11:30 pm | View Website
Technology and Science News Get the latest science news and technology news, read tech reviews and more at ABC News. 11/30/2015 - 8:21 am | View Website
truck A18078 UPS sued by man who was thrown from bucket truck after being hit by UPS truck. Evan Sullivan, a Missouri resident, is filing suit against the United Parcel ... 11/30/2015 - 4:46 am | View Website
Google Account Options. Sign in; Search settings; Web History 11/30/2015 - 3:06 am | View Website
Tom Karst | The Packer Tom Karst is national editor for The Packer, covering issues of importance to the produce industry including immigration, farm policy and food safety. 11/29/2015 - 5:12 pm | View Website
Here we are In December, the last month of 2015, a year I'd rate as pretty "eh" overall.
So, fellow Philadelphia-area types, what is in the news this Dec. 1?
Another plus for Camden
Camden, New Jersey. I can see it from my window. It's now in its 177th straight year of "This time the revitalization will work." I hope so too, because the good people of Camden deserve a break.
Actually, the economic redemption seems to have a little more gumption in 2015.
The only commercial shipyard in the region has a new name.
Following a shareholders meeting Monday, Aker Philadelphia Shipyard will now be known as Philly Shipyard Inc., according to a Philly.com report.
The name change also comes with a stock symbol change – AKPS will be replaced by PHLY on Dec. 3.
It's official: Publix Super Markets Inc. is coming to downtown Tampa.
The Lakeland-based grocer on Tuesday confirmed plans for a location in the Channel district, on a vacant block between Twiggs and Madison streets.
“Publix is excited about the opportunity to serve the Channel District community," a Publix spokesman wrote in an email Tuesday.
The economic ripple effects from the massive SolarCity/Riverbend project has crossed South Park Avenue as one of the region’s oldest companies moves forward with plans to transform a 26.6-acre former industrial site.
And, the first project is turning out to be larger than first anticipated.
Developer Tim Vaeth, representing the John W.
While most organizations still toast their employees with a holiday or end-of-the year party, a growing number of employers are pulling back, a new survey suggests.
About 30 percent of human resource professionals said no party is planned at their organization, the survey found. That's up 13 percentage points from 2012, according to the Society for Human Resource Management.
Owners may have cut parties because of tough financial times following the recession or other reasons, survey director Even…
The extended health care coverage for Allegheny Technologies Inc.'s 2,200 union employees locked out intended to last until the company reached a new contract agreement with the United Steelworkers' has now expired, according to the PittsburghTribune-Review.
The company announced in early November it would not extended the health care benefits after it locked the employees out in mid-August.
The Tribune-Review reports that negotiations have made little progress despite the involvement of a federal…