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Economist Mark Zandi Likes the Stimulus, but Says Trump Is “Uniquely Unprepared” to Manage the Crisis

Mark Zandi, based in West Chester, is chief economist of Moody’s Analytics. Philly Mag reached out to him for his thoughts on the economic fallout […]

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8 Ways to Support the Local Economy During the Coronavirus Shutdown

The COVID-19 pandemic will affect you whether or not you contract the virus; surely it already has. Among other repercussions, the pandemic is revealing exactly […]

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Confessions of a Philadelphia Serial Networker

“You’re dressed as if you’re competing against Liberace,” an acquaintance told me as she picked me up for an event. “These folks will stare.” I […]

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10 Philadelphia Networking Organizations That Have This Town Wired

These are the networking organizations every in-the-know Philadelphian needs to know. The Flow A seasonal series that’s hosted by diverse City Hall politicos. The Walnut […]

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Saxbys’ Nick Bayer on Putting Millennials in Charge and Starting Without a Business Plan

THE DETAILS Age: 41 Title: Founder and CEO Workplace: Saxbys Trained as: Sales manager On what inspires him: We’re at a real tipping point in […]

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Allan Domb for Mayor!

I realize what I’m about to say. I realize exactly what I’m about to say. And yet: It must be said. Every so often, when […]

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White Gay Male Business Owners Aren’t a Vulnerable Minority in Philly

Here’s a blunt fact: When it comes to business ownership, white gay men in Philadelphia are not vulnerable minorities. They are not collectively marginalized by […]

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LGBTQ&A: Crystal Fox

Crystal Fox is a longtime Gayborhood businesswoman and executive chef of Bocconcini. We chat with the entrepreneur on running her own venture and supporting queer […]

Business

Report: Comcast Is Pennsylvania’s Most Valuable Company

A new report from Broadview Networks claims Philadelphia-based Comcast Corporation is Pennsylvania’s most valuable company.

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LGBTQ&A: Zachary Wilcha

Zachary Wilcha is the first-ever executive director of the Independence Business Alliance (IBA), Greater Philadelphia’s LGBT chamber of commerce. We chatted about the organization’s recent […]

Business

Aramark Says It’s Staying in Philly

Aramark is keeping is headquarters in Philadelphia, the company announced this morning. It might not, however, stay in the same Center City skyscraper currently topped […]

Business

Comcast-Backed Firm Invests in Groupon

Honestly, we’d long thought Groupon had passed from being an exciting new thing to a stale joke about spending too much money to buy a […]

Business

Penn, Drexel Place Finalists in “Coolest Startups” Competition

Penn has placed three finalists into Inc. Magazine’s Best College Startup of 2016 competition. Drexel added a fourth, making Philly-based teams one-fourth of the competition’s […]

Business

Philly Firm Picked to Renovate the Alamo

Remember the Alamo? The old Texas mission is historic, but the area surrounding it feels less so — overgrown with hotels and office buildings. Now a […]

Business

BioTelemetry Makes $15.5M Offer for VirtualScopics

BioTelemetry, the Malvern-based company formerly known as CardioNet Inc., has announced it its intention to buy VirtualScopics Inc., a leading provider of clinical trial imaging […]