- Innovation Philadelphia interviews developer, entrepreneur, Philly Startup Leaders hound and Kingsessing Park-basketball hustler Chris Cera. He talks about the region and its startup scene. Our only beef? West Philly certainly isn’t a single neighborhood. Ask folks living in University City, Haddington, Clark Park, Overbrook, Mantua, Walnut Hill and the rest.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
- The Inquirer’s Joe DiStefano reports that TL Ventures, the region’s largest VC fund during the dot-com era, is now focused squarely on in-fighting.
- Enterprise Matters on a ‘new’ SAP, the software behemoth.
GIVE A GLANCE
- The Central Penn Business Journal reports that the state has renewed the Harrisburg technology corridor.
- Philly Tech News reports on the regional IT executives that were named to Computerworld’s 100 Premier IT Leaders for 2010.
- The Intelligencer reports that 11 regional companies were named among Pennsylvania’s 100 best places to work.
- The Inquirer reports that Allentown-based Air Products & Chemicals has announced a contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a carbon-capture project. That’s the former company of Chamber of Commerce chief Rob Wonderling.
- Comcast chief blogger and Philly nerd scenester Scott McNulty has an e-reader problem.
- Our Most Trafficked Story of the Week: Walnut Street Apple Store location now hiring
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