Activists in categories like “business innovation” and “sustainability mentor” were honored for raising the bar on environmental consciousness in Philadelphia.
In its seventh year, the low-cost service is still narrowing the digital divide for its low-income subscribers.
These spots bring new meaning to the phrase “wedding bar.”
The company wants you to be able to pay the same amount for your most used route no matter the time of day.
The university wants to give startups in the industry a boost with a competition that’s open to the public and features a $10,000 grand prize.
As the company relocates its headquarters to the Schuylkill waterfront, the sign — a Market East fixture for more than 30 years — must come down.
The program, available through the online learning platform Coursera, costs just one-third of what it costs to earn the degree on campus.