- The Daily News reports on city Chief Technology Officer Allan Frank‘s Tuesday budget hearing before City Council and his push to move the municipal government forward in areas like paperless time sheets.
- PlanPhilly has a piece on the importance of the 2010 U.S. Census to Philadelphia, particularly in a municipal services and business image perspective.
- Blake Jennelle, co-founder of Philly Startup Leaders, has hit the road promoting his missoneurship concept blending nonprofit missions and for-profit entrepreneurship, teaching at the European Creative Cities Conference and hosting meetups.
- The Inquirer has a piece on some of the sights and sounds of SXSW, including Center City-based mobile payment service Venmo.
Below, a study finds financial incentive gave GSK drugs positive treatment from scientists, Philebrity’s Joey Sweeney talks flash mobs and more.
MIGHT BE OF INTEREST
- Bloomberg News reports that a study claims most scientists who published articles supporting a GlaxoSmithKline diabetes drug after it was linked to heart disease in 2007 had financial ties to GSK.
- The Inquirer profiles its Top Workplaces of 2010, including Fort Washington-based IT consultancy firm Chariot Solutions, noting its focus on long-term, sustainable growth.
- The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce announced it has launched a new blog platform, which is integrated into its existing site.
GIVE A GLANCE
- The Flash Mob news continues, with police on alert from University City to South Street and beyond. Fox 29 even dragged out Joey Sweeney of Philebrity, the video of which can be seen below.
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