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.
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.
“It’s a labor of love,” says 160over90 chief creative officer Cory McCall who has overseen the production of every Eagles hype video the team has made in the past five years.
The program, designed to support underrepresented founders, will open in four cities across the globe next spring. Startups selected for the first cohort will receive $100,000.
The discount supermarket chain will anchor a mixed-use development set to open on Fairmount Avenue in 2019.
The Yard’s Center City hub is offering the shockingly low membership price for the rest of 2018. Here’s why.
The embattled company has yet to hire a permanent CEO but is quickly moving forward with a bold plan to scale down and cut costs.
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The addition is the low-cost airline’s 24th destination from the Philadelphia International Airport.
Though Philly schools rank high when it comes to best average starting salaries for alumni, the top school on the list isn’t in or around Philadelphia.
The new research is tough to swallow. MagnifyMoney’s “best places for self-employed women” list ranks Philly 47th out of…50. Here’s why.
The tennis superstar will make her way to Philadelphia this October to address 10,000 attendees alongside other big-name speakers like Amal Clooney and Maysoon Zayid.
The new nonstop flights will take you to an urban paradise in Northern Italy, a top Game of Thrones filming location, a medieval wonderland in the northern U.K., and Germany’s storied capital.
The event is back this year with a whole new format and location for its 25th anniversary.
Open Access Philly wants to use data to help the innovation community do more to bolster diversity, equity and inclusion.