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Carpenters Union Goes on Strike at PA Convention Center

Newsworks reports the Carpenters Union has gone on strike at the Pennsylvania Convention Center over rules that would allow convention attendees to set up their own booths and […]

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The Confidence Gap: Do Women Lack Confidence, or Does the World Lack Confidence in Women?

Women lack confidence —  so says a piece in The Atlantic called “The Confidence Gap,” written by two women with impressive careers at ABC World […]

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The Most Powerful Man in Philadelphia

The last time we ranked the most powerful people in Philadelphia, in November 2009, Brian Roberts came in at a solid but not spectacular number […]

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The 56 Things You’ll Likely Overhear At Philly Tech Week

More than 20,000 people are expected to attend more than 140 events at next week’s Philly Tech Week. AT&T and Chevrolet are the big named […]

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Steel Magnolia

John Callahan, a 44-year-old natural salesman turned preternatural politician, looks down at the small plate of tuna crudo on the table. Fork poised, he considers […]

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Report: Big Companies Aren’t Paying PA Taxes

Ten Fortune 500 companies paid no Pennsylvania taxes at all during a five-year span from 2008-2012, a think tank reported Thursday afternoon. The Pennsylvania Budget […]

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Philly Benefits From Energy Boom. But Is It Safe?

A series of stories today that paint a big and complex picture: Philadelphia is benefitting from an “energy boom”—refineries in danger of being shuttered a […]

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Fixing Academia: 5 Ways To Save St. Joe’s (and Every University Like It)

St. Joseph’s University is facing financial problems. Revenue is not as high as projected. Expenses continue to rise. So they’re implementing budgetary cutbacks. Last year […]

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Good Riddance, Radio Shack

On Tuesday, Radio Shack announced that it would be closing 1,100 of its stores — nearly 20 percent of the company’s locations. During the last […]

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Can Plastic Surgery Help Older Workers Get a Job?

The Philadelphia Business Journal has a piece today about workers getting plastic surgery either to nab or defend a job that might otherwise be taken […]

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Dietz & Watson Might Move Meat to Philly

The South Jersey Times reports that Dietz & Watson might move its distribution center to Philly.


Sam Adams Wants to Help Your Small Business

Samuel Adams is bringing its Speed Coaching Event to Philadelphia on Monday, February 24th at the Reading Terminal Market. The event which is aimed at […]

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Women Scarce on Philly Boards

AxisPhilly reports that 33 of the top 100 public companies in Philadelphia have no women on their board of directors.

The Scene

Benjamin’s Desk Opens The 8th Floor

Benjamin’s Desk celebrated innovation last week with a cocktail party on “The 8th Floor,” its new work and party space at 1701 Walnut Street. Benjamin’s […]

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Comcast May Sell Electricity in Pennsylvania

Comcast has been busy lately. The company now owns 100 percent of NBCUniversal, it’s preparing to build the tallest building in the city again and […]