15 Philly CEOs Share Their Must-Have Smartphone Apps
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15 Philly CEOs Share Their Must-Have Smartphone Apps

Here's what helps them stay productive, fit and connected.


How Philly's 160over90 Got Acquired by a Global Marketing Firm in Less Than 60 Days
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How Philly's 160over90 Got Acquired by a Global Marketing Firm in Less Than 60 Days

I Love My Job: The Mayor’s Photographer Samantha Madera
I Love My Job

I Love My Job: The Mayor’s Photographer Samantha Madera

Here’s What Fortune 500 Companies Are Looking for in College Grads
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Here’s What Fortune 500 Companies Are Looking for in College Grads

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News

Penn Medicine and Princeton HealthCare System Officially Merge

This is Penn's first major expansion into New Jersey.

I Love My Job

Philly Auto Show Director Kevin Mazzucola

Here's how he plans a nine-day car-filled party for about 250,000 people.

News

Comcast Buys Out Philly’s Only Black-Owned Cable TV Provider

Here’s why Wilco Electronic Systems says it is pleased with the deal.

News

Sears to Close More Philadelphia Stores This Spring

The retailer will shut down 103 stores total nationwide.

Q&A

Stephen Tang on His Decade as Science Center CEO

He opens up about his challenges and shares some key advice for the institution’s next leader.

News

Stephen Tang to Step Down as Science Center CEO

His ten-year term completely transformed the University City institution and Philadelphia at large.


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Influential Philadelphians

Influential Philadelphians

Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Thanks to PECO Sensory Friendly Saturdays, there’s an even more creative way to get kids of all abilities involved in the arts.

Presented by PECO

Thinkfest

Thinkfest

Meet the People Who Run This Town


Technology

10 Things to Know About Philly New Tech Meetup’s Executive Director

Darla Wolfe now leads the group that claims more than 5,000 members.

Q&A

The $850K, Philly-Developed Blindness Treatment That Could Be the Gateway to Curing Big Disease

Spark Therapeutics's new drug may be worth every cent.

Technology

Philly Tech's Most Memorable Moments of 2017

Tech leaders tell us about the events that defined the growing industry this year.

Q&A

Kenney: Philly’s “New” Businesses Don’t Talk About Taxes

After submitting the Amazon bid, the Mayor’s been on a tour of Philly companies. Now he’s got a strong message for the city's "old" business community.

Money

Jack Bogle and Vanguard’s $5 Trillion Question

As the once-scrappy Malvern company approaches $5 trillion in assets, even founder Jack Bogle has to wonder: Has Vanguard simply gotten too big?

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Influential Philadelphians

Influential Philadelphians

How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs and Alcohol (And Actually Have Them Listen)

How to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs and Alcohol (And Actually Have Them Listen)

When it comes to talking about drug and alcohol prevention, it’s never too early to bring up the conversation with your kids.

Presented by Caron Treatment Centers

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Thinkfest

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Comcast

Comcast Announces Price Increases for 2018

Here’s how much more you’ll be paying for the company’s products and services.

Comcast

What Does Comcast’s Multibillion-Dollar Tax Cut Mean for Workers? A Grand Apiece

An anticipated windfall from corporate tax reduction and the end of net neutrality have the telecom giant in a giving mood.

Opinion

Without Net Neutrality, We Can't Trust Comcast to Do What's Right

Media Mobilizing Project policy director Hannah Jane Sassaman explains how people can continue to fight for an Open Internet.

Studies

Philadelphia: The No. 1 City for Diversity in Sciences, Tech

A new ranking puts the city's STEM workforce at the top for its racial and gender diversity.

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