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

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

Latest Stories

I Love My Job

I Love My Job: Meet the Two Women Behind Philly’s Dîner en Blanc

With less than a month before the big event, the passionate planners explain why people either love to love the all-white affair or still just love to hate it.

Comcast

Comcast Drops Its $65 Billion Bid for Fox to Focus on Buying Sky

The telecomm giant’s decision to back down finally puts an end to its bidding war with Walt Disney.

Events

Scenes From the 2nd Annual PHL Innovation Picnic

The event of the summer pulled in more than 800 registrants and raised thousands for local tech and business organizations. Here’s a peek at what went down.

Comcast

Here’s What Comcast’s First Lift Labs Accelerator Class Could Mean for Philly’s Startup Community

The program is powered by Techstars and will run for 13 weeks. Just ten startups from around the world made the cut. So what will the program do for Philly’s tech scene?

Health

Independence Blue Cross Announces Big Drops in Opioid Prescriptions and Use Among Members

A new report from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association shows a dramatic reduction in opioid use and prescriptions among network members. Still, the report recommends continued emphasis on the crisis.

Comcast

Comcast Boosts Offer for European Broadcaster Sky to $34 Billion

The sweetened offer heats up the ongoing bidding war between Comcast and 21st Century Fox.


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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: Magic Gardens Director Emily Smith on Running (and Preserving) a Prized Philly Destination

The leader wears many hats — from preservationist and activist to artist and world traveler — and says we shouldn’t allow for the destruction of beautiful things.

Workplace

A (Free!) Outdoor Co-Working Space Is Coming to Philly Next Week

This is the coolest outdoor workplace initiative we’ve seen in a while. Here’s how you can book a seat at the three-day activation.

News

Temple Dean Out for Falsifying School Ranking Data

Moshe Porat was fired after an investigation revealed that the school intentionally misreported information to improve and maintain rankings.

Advice

8 Philly CEOs on the TV Shows They’re Binge-Watching Right Now

These business leaders say there’s much to gain from sitting down for an hour or several to unwind and catching up on television programming.

Studies

Philly Makes List of Places Where You Can Earn Six Figures and Still Be Broke

A new study ranks the country’s 100 largest metro areas to determine the best and worst places to make $100,000.

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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.


Comcast

Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile Will Begin Throttling Video Streams and Hotspot Speeds

The company says the new restrictions will help maintain the service’s low price point.

I Love My Job

I Love My Job: George Washington Portrayer Dean Malissa

The historical interpretive actor explains why you should drop everything and read George Washington’s Farewell Address. “It’s like the ink is still wet,” he said.

Events

Black Girl Ventures’s Pitch Competition Is Coming to Philly This Month

The DC-based organization is making its way to the City of Sisterly Affection to help black women entrepreneurs access more capital.

Advice

10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Philly Co-Working Space

In other words, here’s how to stay on top of your game when the distractions of a shared open office come knocking.

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