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Business

Report: Educational and Medical Jobs Help Stabilize Rents and Retail Market

It’s no secret that Philadelphia is a powerhouse in educational and health services – just a quick glance around our thriving metropolis will make this more […]

Business

What Jobs Would Make You Move to Philly?

Philadelphia’s recent good fortune still has some local boosters worried. In particular, they fret, job growth has not kept pace with population growth, and the […]

Business

Temple’s Online MBA Ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report

For the second year in a row, Temple University’s Fox School of Business was named the No. 1 online MBA program in the country by U.S. […]

Business

Main Line’s Harcum College Sued for Age Discrimination

A former employee is suing Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, Pa. for age discrimination. Susan Friedland, 61, filed suit in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of […]

Business

Report: Jefferson and Philadelphia University to Merge

Thomas Jefferson University and Philadelphia University put out a curious press release on Thursday morning, saying the two organizations signed a letter-of-intent “to pursue integration of the two […]

Business

Penn Slips in New Colleges Rankings from U.S. News & World Report

It’s that time of year again — when college students go back to school, see old friends and probably hit the year’s first party. It’s […]

Business

Can Philadelphia Be the Silicon Valley of Health Care Innovation?

Dan Hilferty has some lofty goals for Philadelphia. He thinks it can become “the Silicon Valley of health care innovation” because of it’s first-rate universities, hospitals and […]

Business

Community College of Philadelphia: Average Results for Above-Average Cost

The Community College of Philadelphia is delivering average results at above average prices, according to a new report from Pew Charitable Trusts. Although CCP students earned associate degrees […]

Business

University City Science Center Plans to Swell to 4M Square Feet

The University City Science Center has plans to virtually double in size and create a behemoth with 4 million square feet of office, laboratory, residential and retail […]

Business

5 Wharton Grads Make Forbes’ Most Powerful Women List

Philadelphians likely forget that some of the most powerful and influential business people in the world are educated in our backyard. In fact, five graduates from […]

Business

Do I Start a Business or Get a Job? Sage Advice from Stephen Tang

Excited about Philly’s innovation boom over the last five or 10 years? Well the University City Science Center has been funding entrepreneurs and advancing innovation […]

Business

Who’s the Best Mayoral Candidate For Small Business?

The U.S. Census reports that there are more than 100,000 small businesses within the city limits of Philadelphia. And that number’s probably understated because there are likely many […]

Business

BizFeed: Another Hospital Exploring Merger; Navy Yard’s Sustainable Power Plan

1. Just Days after Abington and Jefferson Merger, Aria Health Exploring a Deal The News: Aria Health is the latest health system to explore a merger […]

Business

Report: Health Care and Education Remain Philly’s Largest Employers

Philadelphia’s economic landscape is changing. Between the techies on N3RD Street, the slew of new restaurants and shops, and a booming real estate market, the city’s economy […]

Property

Morning Headlines: “No City Has Come Into a Windfall From Selling Buildings”

The city — and in particular City Council President Darrell Clarke — is hoping that by selling the empty school buildings, they’ll make $50 million […]