Jeff Blumenthal, NBC10 Philadelphia

Jeff Blumenthal

NBC10 Philadelphia

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Past articles by Jeff:

Employers, Employees Differ on Post-Pandemic Work Arrangements, Study Finds

Expectations differ significantly between employers and employees when it comes to post-pandemic working arrangements, according to a new study from Radnor executive search firm Salveson Stetson Group. → Read More

TD Bank Closing 81 Branches as COVID-19 Accelerates Changes

TD Bank will close 81 of its 1,223 retail branches, almost 7% of all locations, as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the switch from brick-and-mortar to digital banking, reports the Philadelphia Business Journal. → Read More

Flyers-Penguins Outdoor Stadium Series Game Draws Record Crowd, TV Ratings

More than 69,000 spectators and nearly 2 million TV viewers watched Saturday night as the Flyers mounted a furious comeback to beat the rival Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 in overtime. → Read More

PHH: South Jersey Headquarters Workforce to Be Reduced by 700

Mortgage company PHH Corp. said last week that its total workforce would be reduced from 3,500 to 1,250 by the end of 2018 but did not indicate how many of those cuts would take place at its South Jersey... → Read More

Philadelphia Regional President Out at Wells Fargo

Greg Redden is no longer Philadelphia-area Regional President at Wells Fargo, the largest bank in the region by deposits, as part of a company-wide management shakeup. → Read More

Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter Joins Nation's Largest Law Firm

Michael Nutter has been busy since serving two terms as Mayor of Philadelphia, and is now joining the nation's largest law firm. → Read More

Delco Town Accuses Wells Fargo of Discriminatory Lending Practices

On the heels of a similar action filed by the city of Philadelphia, the tiny Delaware County borough of Sharon Hill has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Co., accusing the bank of engaging in discriminatory... → Read More

Woman Charged with Embezzling $200K from Company Where Her Husband was President

A Chester County woman was charged with embezzling almost $200,000 from her employer and using a co-worker’s stolen identity to obtain more than $100,000 in college loans for her children, federal prosecutors in... → Read More

Kellogg's to Close Montgomery County Facility, Cutting Nearly 300 Jobs

Kellogg Co. will cut 292 jobs at its Horsham distribution center, according to a WARN notice the company provided to the state of Pennsylvania. → Read More

Carl Buchholz, law firm leader and former White House official, dies at 51

He was managing partner of DLA Piper’s Philadelphia office, former managing partner at Blank Rome and spent two years working in the White House after the September 11 attacks. → Read More

Largest U.S. newspaper chain makes investment in local news startup

The funds will allow the publication to expand into several other markets and add personnel. → Read More

Camden Entertainment Center, Celebrates 20 Years, Gets Another New Name

Camden’s waterfront concert venue will be rebranded for the third time in its 20-year history, as the Susquehanna Bank Center will morph into BB&T Pavilion. → Read More

Union leader: 'gutted' by layoffs

Union head said cuts shows Inquirer "still has the juice in this company." → Read More

Reports: TD Starts Layoffs as Cost-Cutting Measure

A new wave of layoffs is expected this week. → Read More

WXPN Expands Reach by Acquiring North Jersey Radio Station

WXPN (88.5 FM), the adult alternative, commercial-free radio station affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania, has acquired a North Jersey public radio station for $1.25 million. → Read More

World's Largest Executive Search Firm Acquires Philly-Based HR Consultancy

Korn Ferry, the world’s largest executive search firm, has agreed to acquire Philadelphia-based human resources consultancy Hay Group for roughly $452 million in cash and stock. → Read More

American Airlines Drops Philadelphia-Tel Aviv Direct Flight

American Airlines said it will discontinue its daily direct flights between Philadelphia and Tel Aviv because the route had yet to make money after six years. The service will end January 5, 2016. → Read More

Local tech CEO's family files wrongful death lawsuit related to Amtrak

Eight people died and more than 200 were injured in the May tragedy. → Read More

Local Bank CEO Among Nation's Highest-Paid

A relative newcomer was the only local member included in a new ranking of the nation’s highest paid bank CEOs from SNL Financial. → Read More

Inquirer, Daily News employees ratify new contract members will vote on their tentative deal Wednesday. → Read More