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The President Is Wrong on Net Neutrality: The Internet Needs Fast Lanes and Slow Lanes

You’re staying at a hotel. You get online. When you log in, you’re given a choice: You can use the free Internet service that the […]

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What Taylor Swift Could Learn From Uber About Spotify

I was in Las Vegas this week and the taxi driver taking me to the airport asked me what I thought of Uber, the company […]

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Philadelphia + a Pipeline (or Two) = America’s Next Energy Hub

About 1,400 miles from Philadelphia, at the northern edge of the Louisiana bayou, lies a spaghetti junction of steel tubing called Henry Hub, where 13 […]

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The Inside Scoop on Philly Kombucha Company Inspired Brews

I’m sure you’ve seen it at Whole Foods or Di Bruno Bros, those bottles of fermented tea called kombucha (pronounced exactly as it appears, btw). […]

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Construction Firm Moving Headquarters to Philadelphia

Hill International Inc., an international construction firm, is relocating its headquarters from New Jersey to Philadelphia, and expects to create more than 200 jobs here. […]

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Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney Reveal Plans for 13th and Locust

Foobooz has the scoop on Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran’s plans for their space at 13th and Locust streets, the location formerly known as Bump […]

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Here’s Why Philly Businesses Will Gladly Pay Millions for the Pope and DNC

Fact: If the Democratic National Committee decides to hold its 2016 convention in Philadelphia the cost could range anywhere from $50-$75 million dollars. While the […]

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Sisters to Re-Open as a Straight Bar

You may have seen some action happening around Sisters lately. The shuttered lesbian bar on Chancellor Street is being prepped to open as … are you ready […]

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3 Rules for Surviving (and Thriving) on Yelp

My sister is a really good doctor. She runs two busy offices in South Philly. Her patients include CEOs of large companies and union workers […]

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Biz Leaders Look to Philly’s Post-Nutter Future

Philly doesn’t yet know who its next mayor will be — heck, we’re not entirely sure who all the candidates will be — but the […]

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Merck Will Lay Off 600 Workers in Montgomery County

CBS Philly reports that pharmaceutical giant Merck is laying off 600 employee in Montgomery County:

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Famed Spice Company May Move to Pa.

Baltimore is known for three things: The Wire, crab cakes, and McCormick spices. Omar wouldn’t be Omar in suburban Pennsylvania — can the spice comapny move […]

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NYC Official Sets Conditions for Comcast-Time Warner Approval

We’ve told you before how New York State could upend the Comcast-Time Warner merger all on its own. Now we’re seeing how the Empire State […]

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Regional Manufacturing Firms Are Producing More and Employing More

After a dismal start to 2014 and mirroring a national upward trend, the Philadelphia region’s manufacturing sector has seen five consecutive months of growth and […]

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Staples’s Wayne-Based Safety Guru Bob Risk: Most Businesses Are Not Prepared for Emergencies

Careful, people of Wayne. You may be putting yourself at risk!  Is your town unsafe? It would appear to be the case. Especially if all […]