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10 Michelle Obama Quotes That Prove She Should Be the Next President

Between writing her first book, adjusting to life outside the White House and celebrating her 25th wedding anniversary, Michelle Obama popped into Philly on Tuesday […]

City Life

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 […]

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For Ryan Howard, It’s VC Spring Training

Former Phillies slugger Ryan Howard really sees a future for himself among entrepreneurs. Last month, we learned that the former National League MVP and World […]

Business

I Love My Job: Joyce Russell, Dean of the Villanova School of Business

When Joyce Russell was appointed Dean of the Villanova School of Business last year, she became the first woman to lead the institution and inherited […]

Business

Philly Just Launched Its Own “Dreamers // Doers” Chapter

There’s now a new Philly community for female entrepreneurs who want to support one another through the ups and downs of the entrepreneurial journey. Dreamers // […]

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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.

City Life

ThinkFest Preview: Madeline Bell on the Role of CHOP

ThinkFest is in just one week, people, and if you needed just one more reason to buy your ticket today, here she is: Madeline Bell, […]

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Women Are Gaining Ground in Philly’s C-Suites — but Where Are Women of Color?

Women are making it to the top of Philadelphia-area corporations, universities and healthcare systems—but they’re getting there slowly. That’s according to the 2016 “Women on […]

City Life

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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Pa. Unemployment Stays at 4.6 Percent

Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate stayed at 4.6 percent in February — unchanged from the month before, and lower than the 4.9 percent national unemployment rate.