Fabiola Cineas is the Senior Editor at Philadelphia magazine, where she covers innovation in everything from Philly’s small startups to its large corporations. Her work often explores Philly’s innovation future as anchored by the city's growing tech community and its established eds & meds sector. Her reporting also explores the state of jobs and workplaces, leadership, and commercial development.
Before covering the local economy, she covered education in Philly and in her hometown of New York City. And before launching her career in journalism, she taught seventh-graders in Camden, New Jersey. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Dickinson College.
On November 15th, three of Philadelphia’s leading science, tech and investment thinkers will dig into the future of the city’s growing biotechnology industry.
Jenny Tomczak shaved her head this season to play Carol, the Queen of Cadavers, at the prison’s Terror Behind the Walls machine shop.
The CEO will talk all about the beloved chain’s big expansion plans. And maybe he’ll address the naysayers who take issue with the Wawa hoagie.
The region’s highest-paid female executive of a publicly traded company talks the power of power breakfasts and more.
The Philly native on developing for TV with Larry Wilmore, being an Eagles fan in LA, and more.
Documents obtained by Philly Mag reveal Amazon’s apparent code name for the city and a secret dinner at Barbuzzo between the company and special city guests.
The school beat out the likes of Yale and Stanford for graduating more of the country’s richest people.
The company just hit a big network expansion milestone that gives it the power to connect millions of homes across the country to super fast internet speeds.
There are real consequences to talking smack about that colleague you hate. We’re here to help you stop.
It’s about time! Here’s what you’ll be able to see and do in the new Center City skyscraper.
The tennis superstar addressed more than 10,000 women at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Friday and made a passionate plea for why women must stick together and speak up.
An annual income distribution analysis puts Philly near the top this year for its big gap between the rich and the poor.
The innovation eats a large coin then spits out a vehicle. Here’s why the company behind the structure is so excited to finally open it in Philly on Thursday.
The Philly company is opening a new chapter with one of Europe’s most powerful telecommunications giants under its control.