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Who Likes Obamacare Now?

Don’t Worry About Ed. A week after leaving office, our former governor is (surprise!) headed back to Ballard Spahr, where he will make a lot […]

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Corbett and Christie Hit Snooze on Fixing the Walt Whitman Bridge

Cynicism toward government seems to be at an all-time high. Why? Because rampant corruption—the kind that directly affects people—just isn’t being tackled seriously. Politicians campaign […]


The Gershman Y Wins Historic Protection

A prominent South Broad Street landmark that now serves two purposes has been added to Philadelphia’s historic register over the objections of its owner. Liz […]

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Report: Eagles Show Interest In Chris Ballard

Add one more name to the list of potential candidates to be Chip Kelly’s right-hand personnel man. Per Adam Schefter, the Eagles have requested permission […]

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Another Rendell Bailout: Build Ships With No Buyers

In the movie Dave, Kevin Kline plays a Presidential lookalike who finds himself running the country after the real President falls into a coma. Convening […]

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Get Fit Now!: How Philadelphia Stays Fit

Cecily Tynan, meteorologist, Channel 6 Action News "Right now, I’m competing as a professional duathlete [5-kilometer run, 30k bike, 5k run]." The training? "During the […]

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Feds Go After Spread Bagelry Over Unpaid Wages

Popular Philadelphia eatery Spread Bagelry has gotten itself into trouble with the federal government over unpaid wages. United States Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta has […]

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The Best (and Worst) Companies

A total of 850 businesses have been rated in the HRC’s 2012 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a report that scores corporate America based on policies […]


While There’s Money and Hope in Cannabis, Technologists Beware

Just about everything we know about cannabis comes from tales told. While there is scant science to back up the claims of marijuana’s health benefits, […]

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More Questions and Conflicts at DRPA

In a February, 2008 media report, Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) Vice Chairman Jeff Nash, also an elected Camden County freeholder, ominously warned that “…the […]

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13 Philly Cops to Be Fired After Investigation Into Facebook Posts

The Philadelphia Police Department will fire 13 officers — and suspend four more — following an investigation into alleged racist, violent and bigoted social media posts. Police Commissioner […]


5 Philly Execs on How They Made It Through Their Toughest Career Decision

    Big decisions at work can make or break the direction of your career, so what do you do when you stumble upon them? […]

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Wolf, Corbett Spar in Final Debate

The third and final gubernatorial debate between Gov. Tom Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf was held Wednesday at WTAE-TV studios in Pittsburgh. Here’s what […]

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It’s Time for the DRPA Leadership to Go

In yet another unbelievable act of arrogance, the board of the Delaware River Port Authority last week rescinded a reform that had been pushed by […]


I Love My Job: Philly Youth Basketball CEO Kenny Holdsman

Kenny Holdsman was CEO of Philly’s Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education — now called Legacy — beginning in 2009, but when he saw an opportunity to start […]