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515 Layoffs Coming to Montgomery County

Two Montgomery County businesses have announced layoffs, and 515 people are set to lose their jobs permanently. Quad/Graphics is closing its plant in East Greenville, Pa., […]


A Thanksgiving Meal in Philly? $46.60

You’re going to pay more for that turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie this year. That’s according to Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz, who said in […]


Philly Makes List of Richest U.S. Metro Regions

With its healthy ‘eds and meds,’ powerhouse pharmaceutical industry and fast-growing real estate sector, the Philadelphia metro region ranked No. 19 on a new Bloomberg Business list […]


Target Now Offering Curbside Pickup in Philly

Love Target but hate the lines, the long walks through the store and products you don’t need haunting you — eventually making you spend much more […]


Sage Advice from Four Super-Successful Philadelphians

For our November cover story about the changing workplace in Philadelphia, we interviewed four incredibly successful locals about what employees want and how it can […]


Philly is Fourth Worst City For Building Wealth

Of the 18 largest cities in the United States, Philadelphia is the fourth worst for building wealth according to a study from Bankrate. The study […]


Philly Makes List of Most Overpriced Cities

Is Philadelphia overpriced? Sure, cheaper rents seem to lure millennials away from higher-priced cities like New York and Washington, D.C. but a new study found that […]


Philly’s Millennial Population Growing Fastest Among 10 Largest U.S. Cities

Source: JLL Research, U.S. Census Bureau. Philadelphia’s millennial population is increasing fastest among the 10 largest U.S. cities, according financial and professional services firm JLL and […]


Be Your Own Boss: 5 Philadelphians Killing It in the Gig Economy

One-third of all working people are now self-employed. We spoke with a handful of local entrepreneurs about the freedom and frustrations of their on-demand jobs.


In Philly, Ben Bernanke Says Individuals Should Have Been Charged in Economic Crisis

According to Ben Bernanke, the United States economy is doing just fine. During a recent talk at the Philadelphia Free Library, the former chairman of […]


The Fastest Growing Companies in Philadelphia Area

The fastest-growing company in the Philadelphia region is one you may have never heard of: Pop! Promos. The company will make custom sunglasses, scarves, car chargers, beanies and […]


$100,000 Salaries, Happiness for Center City’s Self-Employed

Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock What does the typical self-employed person in Philadelphia look like? If you said they’re likely a millennial earning low wages, you’d be […]


Study: 94 Percent of Philly’s Top Companies Have a Male CEO

Philadelphia is facing a serious crisis regarding gender equality in the workplace, according to a new study. In fact, women held only 13 percent of […]


Philadelphia Has 7th Most Overvalued Housing Market in the Country

Noticed that home prices in Philly are sky-high? You’re not alone. In fact, Philly is the 7th most overvalued real estate market in the United […]


5 Surprising Philly Jobs That Pay $75,000

Want to make $75,000 or more per year? You could become a doctor, lawyer, dentist or financial manager, but you knew that already. What you may […]