Fabiola Cineas

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Philly Just Lost Its Chance to Be the First to Enforce a Wage Equity Law

Another city stole our shine.

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Meet Center City’s Biggest Cheerleader

No one knows Philly’s downtown better than Michelle Shannon.

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Report: Comcast Wants to Acquire 21st Century Fox

The company has expressed interest in some of Fox’s assets.

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How Social Media Makes You Buy Things You Never Knew You Needed

And it’s happening at a shocking rate, says a new Curalate report.

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We Told You to Watch These 10 Philly Startups—Here’s Where They Are Now

As 2017 comes to an end, here’s an update on the year’s innovation watchlist.

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11 Philadelphians Make New Forbes "30 Under 30" Class

Rapper Lil Uzi Vert, at 23, is one Philly native on the 2018 list.

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WSJ Doesn’t Even Bother to Include Philly in Amazon Analysis

The new ranking doesn’t look good for the City of Brotherly Love.

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Can We Really Count on Philly’s Tech Community to Increase Diversity?

Local industry leaders just released a list of action items to boost inclusion efforts.

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Philly University Presidents Don’t Talk to Each Other—and That’s a Big Problem

Drexel prez John Fry and Thomas Jefferson leader Stephen Klasko kept it real at Thinkfest.

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Here’s How David Bookspan and Wil Reynolds Grade Philly’s Tech Scene

The founders gave an honest review at Thinkfest on Thursday.

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I Love My Job: PR Maven Rakia Reynolds

Philly’s coolest exec shares her social media pet peeves and tells us the one local restaurant she can’t live without.

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Penn Medicine Begins “Life-Changing” Uterine Transplant Program

The team will conduct the Northeast’s first clinical trial for the complex procedure.

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Philly’s Snarky Tea Just Won Big on Shark Tank

The company’s founder gives us the lowdown on her pitch and sassy new enterprise.

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Urban Outfitters Sued Over Wage and Overtime Practices

Employees say the retailer used an illegal company-wide policy that allowed it to skimp on wages.

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Here’s How Much Airbnb Has Blown Up in Philly

Philly legalized the service in 2015, and it has ballooned since.