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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.


Philly to Host Tech Conferences

Philly will play host to a couple of tech conferences this summer, helping showcase the burgeoning local scene.


Philadelphia Scientific’s Owner Has a Bright Idea: Electric Roads

With the exception of Tesla, electric cars haven’t gotten very far with the American car-buying public — or manufacturers for that matter. One reason? Keeping […]


Philly CFOs Confident in Biz Growth

More than 90 percent of Philadelphia’s chief financial officers say they’re optimistic about the growth of their business in the next six months, a new […]


Report: Pa. Ranks Eighth in Tech Employment

Pennsylvania ranks eighth among U.S. states for the size of its tech-oriented workforce, a new report says. The Cyberstates 2016 report was produced by CompTIA. […]

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Proposal Would Automatically Seal Minor Criminal Records

Hot on the heels of a new state law that makes it easier to seal old, minor criminal records — as well as new Philly rules […]


Are Liberal Bosses Better for Women?

It’s easier for women to get opportunities and promotions at law firms led by liberals, according to a new paper co-written by a Temple University […]


Can Boathouse Sports Show Manufacturers How to Bring Jobs Back to the U.S.?

It’s a tough campaign season for globalization. With Donald Trump winning Republican voters by promising better trade deals, and Bernie Sanders challenging Hillary Clinton with […]


“Ban the Box” Law Goes Into Effect Monday

A reminder to Philadelphia employers: The city’s new, expanded “ban the box” law goes into effect on Monday, one of the last pieces of legislation […]


Philadelphia Region Among Worst for Women-Owned Businesses

Bad news for Philadelphia’s reputation as an inclusive, cutting edge, growing business ecosystem — the Philadelphia region was ranked 90th out of 100 cities for women-owned […]


Maria Quiñones-Sánchez Wants to Make Philly the “BCorp Capital of the World”

Sometimes, a business can do well by doing good. That’s the idea behind so-called “BCorps” — businesses that pledge to achieve social goals while making […]


Your Home Needs One of Keith Leaphart’s Amazing New Wall Decals

This week, there’s a new brand in the DIY home decor scene, and we’re obsessed: Guys, meet Wallsome. Founded by Keith Leaphart, owner of the Philly-based […]


MakeOffices Opens Center City Co-Working Space

Yet another company is trying its hand at co-working in Philadelphia. MakeOffices, a nationwide chain of co-working office spaces, is opening its first Philadelphia location […]


Philly-Based Online Shop Sells the Most Gorgeous Lingerie Ever

Lingerie is sort of like a sense of sense of humor: It makes us swoon when it’s good, and shudder when it’s bad. Unfortunately, when it comes […]


This Line of Philly-Designed Workout Tops Will Help You Keep Your Fitness Resolutions

Let us hazard a guess here: You made one (or five) New Year’s resolutions and one of them has something to do with health or fitness. […]