Congratulations to our 2018 Taoiseach Award honoree, Jerry Maginnis, on the publication of his book “Advice for a Successful Career in the Accounting Profession. How to Make Your Assets Greatly Exceed Your Liabilities”, which was released nationally in the US and Canada by the publisher, Wiley.

This short article that provides more color on the topics addressed in the book:

The book is available on Amazon and will also be carried in retail locations nationally, including selected Barnes & Noble stores.

News from a former Ambassador Award honoree John F. Crowley: Amicus Therapeutics and ARYA Sciences Acquisition Corp IV Announce Formation of a Next-Generation Genetic Medicine Company: “Caritas Therapeutics”

“This is a big, bold vision and a massive step forward for next generation biotechnologies for people worldwide living with some of the most devastating rare diseases. In a single stroke with the formation and funding of Caritas we will create what will be one of the world’s preeminent next-generation genetic medicines companies. “ John Crowley, Chairman, CEO and president, Amicus Therapeutics, as the lead.

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Capital Analytics Associates

August 2021 — While the most recent U.S. Census revealed concerning trends for many metro areas across the United States, Philadelphia stood out for its positive achievements since the last poll, despite hurdles like the 2020 pandemic.

The 2020 Census, released in mid-August, showed that Philadelphia strayed from the more challenging national trends that could hinder economic growth. In fact, over the last decade, Philadelphia increased its population size by 5%, further confirming that the growth Philadelphia has been experiencing since 2007 is not transitory.

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USGA picks Ardmore’s Merion Golf Club to host 2 future U.S. Open Championships
Philadelphia Business Journal

The United States Golf Association has tapped two of Pennsylvania’s most prestigious courses to host additional championship tournaments between now and 2050.

On Wednesday, the USGA announced it is committing an additional five U.S. Open Championships and four U.S. Women’s Open Championships to Merion Golf Club in Ardmore and Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, near Pittsburgh.

Merion was awarded the U.S Open in 2030 and 2050. Oakmont, already slated to host the U.S. Open in 2025, will add the 2034, 2042 and 2049 tournaments.

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