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Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
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  • Trifecta goes counter-culture in new downtown Allentown office digs

    Trifecta goes counter-culture in new downtown Allentown office digs
    The first thing you notice when you walk off the elevator onto the sixth floor of Trifecta Technologies' new Allentown headquarters is the commanding downtown view and natural light cascading through what used to be a solid wall. Then there are the...
  • FRIDAY NIGHT BIKES

    FRIDAY NIGHT BIKES
    •What: Air Products Developmental Finals. •When, Where: 7:30 tonight, Valley Preferred Cycling Center, Trexlertown. (Gates open at 6 p.m.) •Highlights: Riders of the Air Products Developmental Cycling Program will be featured next to...
  • Air Products vice president to leave

    Air Products vice president to leave
    Air Products Senior Vice President and General Manager Stephen J. Jones is stepping down, the company disclosed in a regulatory filing Tuesday morning. Jones — whose portfolio included tonnage gases, equipment and energy, as well as operations in...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Philadelphia, city murals, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Reading Terminal Market, Sept. 18. $72. Downton Abbey Costume Exhibit, Winterthur Museum, Oct. 15. $65. "Crazy for You," Dutch Apple Theatre, lunch, Oct. 16. $95....
  • Velodrome recognizes Air Products riders

    In the penultimate Friday night of competition at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown, the men, women, boys and girls who were in the Air Products Developmental Cycling program had a chance to compete under the lights. Fifty-six riders,...
  • Michael E. Faccinetto: Public education beneficial for the common good

    Michael E. Faccinetto: Public education beneficial for the common good
    We live in a society of high-stakes competition. With the shrinking economy and recent recession, quality middle-class jobs have become scarce. Reformers tell us students must be prepared to compete in the global economy, and this can only be...
  • 500+ Allentown children get free backpacks

     500+ Allentown children get free backpacks
    New school year, new backpack. More than 500 children walked away from Sacred Heart Hospital's Healthy Kids Back to School event Wednesday with new backpacks stuffed with school supplies in an event sponsored by the Lehigh Valley IronPigs and other...
  • Air Products CEO bets on company, self

    Air Products' new boss is putting his money where his mouth is. CEO Seifi Ghasemi upped his stake in the Trexlertown company this month, paying $3.3 million on the open market for 25,000 shares, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and...
  • Schnecksville cyclist heads world championships in Korea

     Schnecksville cyclist heads world championships in Korea
    "Nice guys finish last," it was observed the other day by formerly rough-and-tumble cyclist Marty Nothstein. He ought to know, judging from his Olympic gold and silver medals, three world championships and myriad other triumphs. Nothstein, however,...
  • Demolition begins at the Waterfront development along the Lehigh River in Allentown

    Demolition begins at the Waterfront development along the Lehigh River in Allentown
    Tour the Allentown riverfront near Tilghman Street today and you'll see a pock-marked landscape littered with discarded bulldozers and a collection of abandoned or half-used industrial buildings that obscure the scenic Lehigh River flowing behind them....
  • Upper Macungie hears traffic plan for roundabouts

    Rarely does an Upper Macungie supervisors meeting go by that traffic issues aren't front and center. Thursday night they were also round about. A representative of a commercial real estate company that plans to build two 1-million-square-foot...
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  • Magic reach a single-affiliation deal with the D-League's Erie BayHawks

    Magic reach a single-affiliation deal with the D-League's Erie BayHawks
    The Orlando Magic now have an outpost in northwestern Pennsylvania. After months of talks, Magic officials have finalized a one-to-one affiliation agreement with the NBA Development League’s Erie BayHawks. The agreement will begin with the 2014-15...
  • Monday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU loses top women's basketball player to Minnesota

    Colleges: Women's basketball: Old Dominion lost its top player, Shae Kelley, who announced she will transfer to Minnesota for her final collegiate season, the Virginian-Pilot reported. With the Gophers, she will play for former VCU coach Melanie...
  • Former Laker Shawne Williams named D-League performer of the week

    Former Laker Shawne Williams named D-League performer of the week
    Former Lakers forward Shawne Williams on Monday was named NBA Development League performer of the week. Playing for the Lakers' D-League affiliate, Williams is the third D-Fender to win the honor this season, joining Manny Harris, who also played with...
  • Lakers sit in sixth lottery position, with room to climb

    Lakers sit in sixth lottery position, with room to climb
    The 2013-14 regular season will come to a close Wednesday. With a record of 25-54, the Lakers stand in 25th place overall, which translates to sixth in the NBA's draft lottery standings. On May 20, the league will randomly select the top-three picks...
  • There's more to Lakers' sad story than is being told

    There's more to Lakers' sad story than is being told
    For much of our adult lives, the Lakers have been the toast of the town. That's why the anguish is so understandable now that they are merely toast. But in the midst of all the noise, have we not missed some of the more salient points? Are we so...
  • From a distance, they look pretty good

    From a distance, they look pretty good
    Like a perfectly functioning carburetor on an engine that's otherwise shot, there is one part of the Lakers that continues to hum: their three-point shooting. Kendall Marshall and Jordan Farmar both ranked among the top six in the NBA in three-point...
  • Lakers gain closure with Phil Jackson's departure to New York

    Lakers gain closure with Phil Jackson's departure to New York
    Should the Lakers have hired Phil Jackson to coach the team instead of Mike D'Antoni in 2012?  Will the team fire D'Antoni for Jackson?  Why won't owner/executive Jim Buss hire Jackson to run the team's basketball operations? Finally those questions...
  • Letters: As bad as it gets for Lakers (they hope)

    Letters: As bad as it gets for Lakers (they hope)
    I hope Chick Hearn doesn't have cable in heaven. John C. Borrego Temecula :: How bad was it at Staples Center on Thursday night? It was so bad that that Justin Bieber pulled his pants up, so that he could make a quick getaway. It was so bad...
  • D-Fenders lose D-League quarterfinals opener to Santa Cruz Warriors

    D-Fenders lose D-League quarterfinals opener to Santa Cruz Warriors
    The D-Fenders dropped the first game of the NBA D-League quarterfinals Thursday night, falling to the Santa Cruz Warriors, 140-127. Seth Curry, brother of Golden State Warriors All-Star Steph Curry, scored 44 points to help the Warriors outscore the D-...
  • Duke's Jabari Parker still uncertain if he'll declare for NBA draft

    Duke's Jabari Parker still uncertain if he'll declare for NBA draft
    Duke's Jabari Parker has an important decision to make by Tuesday. The freshman forward is debating whether or not to declare for the 2014 NBA draft. Parker and Creighton forward Doug McDermott, who are both 6 foot 8, joined Mark Willard and Mychal...
  • Familiar story: Grizzlies pull away from Lakers in third quarter

    The Memphis Grizzlies (48-32) had everything to play for Sunday night, still battling to hold onto the final available postseason berth with the Phoenix Suns (47-33) still a threat, and pulled away in the second half to defeat the Lakers, 102-90. The...