Comcast

Comcast’s New xFi Pods Could Be the Answer to Your Home’s Spotty WiFi

Experiencing dead zones? The new plug-in devices extend internet access and are now available nationwide.


City

I Love My Job: Philly Bike Messenger Joe Cox

News

Penn Grads Least Likely to Stay in Philadelphia, Study Finds

Here’s What Fortune 500 Companies Are Looking for in College Grads
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Comcast

Comcast’s New xFi Pods Could Be the Answer to Your Home’s Spotty WiFi

Experiencing dead zones? The new plug-in devices extend internet access and are now available nationwide.

News

Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison Retires Suddenly

Here’s how Morrison pushed to keep the iconic soup company relevant in a rapidly changing food industry in just seven years as chief executive.

Events

It’s Almost Time for the Second Annual PHL Innovation Picnic

Next month, the Philly entrepreneurial community will convene to celebrate another year of big breakthroughs. You don’t want to miss out on the food, drinks and field day activities!

Opinion

Is 1 Million Cups Really What Philly’s Startup Community Needs Right Now?

The national program will launch here next week but do local entrepreneurs really need another space to sit and talk?

City

I Love My Job: Philly Bike Messenger Joe Cox

In between delivering legal documents and fish — yes, fish — on his Kona hybrid bike, the 32-year-old South Philly transplant tries his best to bring a smile to your face... and to avoid getting doored.

News

Penn Grads Least Likely to Stay in Philadelphia, Study Finds

Philly ranks in the top 10 nationally for attracting grads of other prestigious schools — but three-quarters of Penn students hit the road.


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Influential Philadelphians

10 Philly Startups to Watch in 2018

10 Philly Startups to Watch in 2018

From a team that wants to be your new internet provider to another that’s tackling mental illness with tech, these promising young companies are working on big solutions.


Events

Philadelphia Will Soon Host Its First-Ever Maker Faire

A mini version of the worldwide festival is coming to town next month, showcasing makers in everything from drones and glassblowing to textiles and 3D printing.

Technology

What Happens When a Startup Brain Decides to Focus on the Philly School System?

Why tech dynamo Bob Moul is set on computer science education for the city’s school kids.

News

These Innovators Won Big at the 2018 PACT Enterprise Awards

The 25th anniversary of the celebration honored leaders in the Philly region’s tech and health care space.

News

Penn Docs Have Performed the World’s First Robot-Assisted Spinal Surgery

The groundbreaking procedure was a success and further proves the versatility of robots in the operating room.

Comcast

Report: Comcast Is Preparing a $60 Billion Cash Bid for Fox

The telecomm giant isn’t backing down and could possibly derail the Fox-Walt Disney agreement that’s already in motion.

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Influential Philadelphians

Influential Philadelphians

10 Philly Startups to Watch in 2018

10 Philly Startups to Watch in 2018

From a team that wants to be your new internet provider to another that’s tackling mental illness with tech, these promising young companies are working on big solutions.


Q&A

Angel Rich: Black People in Philly Must Create a Tech Underground Railroad

The tech founder who’s been called the “The Next Steve Jobs” stopped by Philly last week and said it’s time to build a new pathway.

News

Dear White Male Investors: Your Time Is Running Out

A panel of the country’s top investors, including Josh Kopelman, Arlan Hamilton and Maya Baratz, convened on Thursday during Philly Tech Week to talk about the future of venture capital and innovation. Here are some takeaways from the fiery discussion.

News

New Philly Network Says Job Growth Would Skyrocket If Women-Owned Businesses Expanded Their Teams

Brazen Philly wants to give women entrepreneurs the tools they need to grow.

News

It Looks Like Philadelphia Might Never Get on Board With Wage Equity

A judge just ruled against the city’s wage equity law, which would have prevented employers from asking job applicants what they earned in the past. Here’s what that means for the city’s pay equity effort.

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