- 70 percent increase in black owned businesses in Philly region from 2002 to 2007 [Daily News]
- Phila. Early Stage Venture Showcase report [Philadelphia Business Journal]
- A lot on Nutter’s plate at Phila. chamber luncheon [Philadelphia Business Journal]
- Mayor Nutter announces GlaxoSmithKline will relocate to the Navy Yard [Press release] — Later a 1,000 new jobs from Urban Outfitters at the Navy Yard was also announced
- Small-Business Credit Markets, Assessed by a Loan Broker [New York Times] — Ami Kassar, formerly of Advanta, who launched MultiFunding in 2009 answers questions
- Farewell [StoopPhilly] — On Dec. 23, Matthew J. Singer launched a consumer-friendly, real estate and development blog that looked like it could fill a role left by the vacated Brownstoner. Now it’s gone again, as Singer was offered a new opportunity, he tells Technically Philly.
- For Penn, playing the role of Goliath [Philly Inc: Inquirer] — On an economic impact report from the University of Pennsylvania
- Was Eric Schmidt Wrong About the Historical Scale of the Internet? [Read Write Cloud] “RJMetrics cofounder Robert J. Moore gets to the bottom of it.” H/T Philly Tech News
- 2nd Philadelphia Type-in Photos [Geekadelphia] — Yah, typewriters
- ‘Philadelphia’s Cambridge’ [Philadelphia Business Journal] — On an initiative from the University City Science Center and other players to develop that stretch of Market Street into a noted innovation hub
- Pennsylvania’s New Lt. Governor Expects Expanded Role [KYW] Jim Cawley
- Northeast Philly college issues challenge: No Facebook for 30 days [Inquirer] — At Holy Family University
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