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PSL’s Startup Accelerator Is Now Taking Applications

It’s about that time again to get your applications in for Philly Startup Leaders’ startup accelerator. The program’s organizers want to help the city’s entrepreneurs move their […]


What Hillary Clinton’s Tech Plan Could Do for Philadelphia

Hillary Clinton dropped some big technology objectives last week when she released her all-encompassing “Initiative on Technology & Innovation” policy agenda. The ambitious list of […]

City Life

This Philly Paramedic Is 3-D Printing His Bright Idea to Save Lives

Bill Finegan’s bright idea was born from the darkest of tragedies. The Philly Paramedic Lieutenant was in his first few years on the job on September […]


Comcast Buys Philly Tech Company to Capitalize on Sports Stat Craze

In today’s era of Netflix, on-demand programming, and recorded TV shows, nobody is really watching live television — unless it’s sports. In fact, 93 percent of the […]

Jim Kenney

Curalate CEO: Kenney Needs to Support Tech Community

Mayor Michael Nutter was a staunch supporter of Philadelphia’s local tech scene. He helped launch StartupPHL, a seed fund and grant program that invests in early […]


Death of a Startup Company

Just a few years ago Nick Yap and Brian Dragotto had high hopes for their social media app Toboggan, but the 21-year-olds have now realized that the startup world can be […]


College Startup Leaders Show Their Stuff at Pitch Contest

From an app that aims to transform college meal plans to virtual-reality training to conquer public-speaking fears, the innovations on display at Wednesday night’s College Pitch […]


Four Innovators Awarded $600,000 from University City Science Center

Four researchers are sharing the hefty prize of $600,000. It’s all part of the QED Proof-of-Concept Program from the University City Science Center that unites collegiate research from the […]


Inside Mt. Airy’s New Immigrant Entrepreneur Co-Working Space

The following statements have become truisms: Small businesses are the greatest engine of economic growth in America. Immigrants from abroad have played a major role in […]


Shark Tank Presenter Fired Before Episode Aired

If you’re a fan of Philly’s budding tech and entrepreneurial community, Friday night’s episode of Shark Tank was cringe-worthy. It featured Martin Dell’Arciprete pitching Mark Cuban and the gang about a […]


It’s Not Marijuana, But Synthetic THC Company Has High Hopes

Zynerba is not a medical marijuana company, but its CEO Armando Anido might know more about the chemical makeup of pot than anyone else. The Devon, […]


6 Seriously Cool Health Care Innovations Ready to Prove Their Worth

You can’t help but root for the companies in the latest class of the University City Science Center’s Digital Health Accelerator. A patch that analyzes sweat […]


Philly Venture Capital Firm Closes $35 Million Fund

Think Philly doesn’t have serious funding sources for startup companies? Think again. MissionOG has closed its first fund and has now has a cool $35 million under […]


Sixers Selling Tickets Through StubHub Unlocks Treasure Trove of Consumer Data

The Philadelphia 76ers will sell all tickets through StubHub starting next season — and they’re doing it to unlock a treasure trove of data about ticket […]


Report: Revzilla to Sell to Cycle Gear

UPDATE: Revzilla was not acquired by Cycle Gear. Instead, it announced that it’s partnering with J.W. Childs (the private equity firm that owns Cycle Gear) to form […]