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URBN CEO Richard Hayne still one of America’s richest [Links Roundup]

Plus: the $100,000 innovation plan from Penn's student newspaper.

Urban Outfitters HQ. (Photo by Neal Santos)

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Who are the richest Philadelphians? [Philadelphia Business Journal]Kynetic CEO Michael Rubin is on the list again. Urban Outfitters CEO Richard Hayne also made the list. “Comcast CEO Brian Roberts also just missed the cut with a net wealth of $1.3 billion.”

Does urban greening boost public health? [NewsWorks]: Featuring GeoPhilly, the mapping meetup.

Q&A w/ Crux Space Tech Art Gallery Founder and Director Andrew Cameron Zahn
[Geekadelphia]See our coverage of CRUX here.

Why The Daily Pennsylvanian is spending $100,000 over the next two years to foster innovation
[Nieman Lab]

Companies: URBN / Kynetic / University of Pennsylvania / Urban Outfitters

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