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.
Though skeptics say Comcast will shell out way too much for the European broadcaster, here are some reasons why Philly’s hometown giant is going so far to seal this deal.
The third annual event will once again convene Philadelphia’s startup community for an evening focused on boosting diversity, equity and inclusion.
The Global Philadelphia leader explains why the city’s World Heritage designation is so important and why she won’t stop pushing Philadelphians to “think globally.”
According to a new analysis from Forbes and VC firm Revolution, young ventures in Philly are poised to thrive in the decade ahead due a variety of factors.
One of the routes will even take travelers directly to the sunny Keys, but they’ll have to wait until 2019 for the seasonal service.
The local leader is a newcomer to the prestigious ranking and joins visionaries like Oprah Winfrey and Sheryl Sandberg.
The Philly born and raised powerhouse talks about the Bill Cosby sentencing, why she’s suing Walmart and the number one thing she does to relax.
The $1.5 billion project is beyond anything I thought could be possible in Philadelphia, and a walk-through with CEO Brian Roberts revealed some special details about the future of the company and the city.
Dana Valenti, Kimco Realty’s director of development, tells us all about delivering a project with such big impact for residents, retailers and the city as a whole.
The new seasonal service will take travelers to one of the Caribbean island’s most popular beach and resort destinations.
Two of the event’s leading organizers — Aniyia Williams and Francisco Garcia — tell BizPhilly what the three-day tech conference means for the city and what attendees can expect to gain.
The tech giant could announce the HQ2 winner any minute now, but a new report suggests that Philadelphia is not a top contender according to Amazon’s recent job listings.
The telecom giant has repeatedly been associated with the hateful symbol in Google search results, and it’s unclear whether the problem will ever really go away.