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Links: Pharma’s middle class, Indy Hall gaming and more

DEFINITE READS Mike Armstrong of the Inquirer writes about the region’s pharmaceutical ‘middle class,’ with between $1 billion and $10 billion in annual sales. MIGHT BE OF INTEREST Keystone Edge has a Q&A with Drew Becher, the new chief of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, discussing his interest in sustainability and technology in the nonprofit’s mission. […]



Below, a middle-class pharma company gets a little bigger, a 30 Under 30 nod for an e-mail marketer and more.


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