Studies

Here's How Many Philly Workers Have Left Their Jobs Due to a Bad Commute

In a new survey, Philadelphians report a mix of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with traveling to work. Overall, though, there’s room for employers to do more to ease the burdens that come with commuting to work, the study shows.


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Serena Williams in Philly: There Are Problems That Women Must Attack Together

Comcast

The New Comcast Technology Center Will Open to the Public This Week

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News

Monetate Names Stephen Collins as New CEO

He succeeds Lucinda Duncalfe who will remain on the personalization software company’s board of directors.

Travel

PHOTOS: What It Looks Like to Vacation As a Philly CEO

Their sweet summer tales of adventure, self-care and family time will help you feel less guilty about taking a break and finding time to recharge.

Comcast

Comcast Just Partnered With Amazon to Launch Prime Video on X1 Platform

Xfinity customers will soon have access to thousands of additional shows and movies through Amazon Prime Video.

Transportation

Lyft Unveils New Subscription Plan to Help Philly Riders Lock in Fixed Rates

The company wants you to be able to pay the same amount for your most used route no matter the time of day.

Entrepreneurship

Jefferson to Host Pitch Competition for Budding Marijuana and Hemp Businesses

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.

News

Aramark Logo Moving to New Home in Philly Skyline This Week

As the company relocates its headquarters to the Schuylkill waterfront, the sign  a Market East fixture for more than 30 years  must come down.


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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.


I Love My Job

I Love My Job: Philly Buffalo Exchange Manager Mike Shaffer

He has one of the coolest but toughest jobs overseeing what comes in at the popular Center City fashion destination. Here’s why he has to reject so much stuff.

Comcast

Comcast’s Latest Earnings Prove That We Should Stop Calling It a Cable Company

Though the company reported higher earnings for last quarter, it is relying less on video subscribers to drive growth.

Innovation & Tech

Stephen Zarrilli to Step In as President and CEO of the University City Science Center

The former Safeguard Scientifics leader will assume the position in October, putting an end to a six-month nationwide search.

News

Penn to Offer Its First-Ever Online Master’s Program in Computer Science

The program, available through the online learning platform Coursera, costs just one-third of what it costs to earn the degree on campus.

Workplace

Penn Medicine Is One of the Country’s Best Employers for Women, Forbes Says

Did you know that women make up 77 percent of the health system’s workforce? Plus, 55 percent of its executive positions and five out of seven of its CEO roles are held by women.

In This Section

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.


Retail Space

PREIT and 1776 Are Bringing a Startup Incubator to the Cherry Hill Mall

Here’s why the hub is shaking up our conception of where we work and what belongs in a shopping center.

Makerspaces

NextFab Is Preparing for a Big Philly Expansion

The organization’s South Kensington location is moving and will have five times the interior space once construction is done. Here’s when it’s all set to take place.

Advice

13 Made-in-Philly Podcasts to Listen to Right Now

Add them to your rotation for intimate and entertaining local conversation on movies, books, music, work and more.

Workplace

I Tried Philly’s Outdoor Co-working Space — Here’s Why It Works

The pop-up experience from L.L. Bean and Industrious helped me think differently about being productive outside. But some setbacks could jeopardize the novel concept.

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