Farmers say nonprofit that had stand at Reading Terminal owes them thousands

Fair Food was created to help farmers sell their food to restaurants. Some of those farmers now say the nonprofit owes them thousands.

New Philly clothing line inspired by Latin American style | Elizabeth Wellington

Everything about Americae is nod to South American heritage, but founder Gabriela Guaracao stresses it's for every woman who likes pretty things.

New Philly clothing line inspired by Latin American style | Elizabeth Wellington

Everything about Americae is nod to South American heritage, but founder Gabriela Guaracao stresses it's for every woman who likes pretty things.

Small business owners want to see the Chinese punished with tariffs

Tariffs will be "very tough to go through but it will be better in the long run," said one business owner.

Small business owners want to see the Chinese punished with tariffs

Tariffs will be "very tough to go through but it will be better in the long run," said one business owner.

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Sit-stand desks help improve job performance, study finds

Researchers in England said a group of sit-stand workers also reported better work engagement, occupational fatigue, daily anxiety, and quality of life.

Bucks County firehouse enjoying fruits of jam company’s labor

For seven years, the Eat This Yum jam company has operated out of the kitchen of a volunteer Bucks County firehouse, and given back 5 percent of its sales.

Keiretsu founder plans to push Philly angels for a new start-up pitch event

"I'm hopeful that next year we will convince our counterpart angel groups in PAN (PA Angel Network) to come together and jointly run our own one-day expo where all our angel groups can come together and share our deal flow," said Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic cofounder Howard Lubert.

This Philly consultant thinks the key to better business leadership comes in a bottle

Distilled Leadership, launched in March, was inspired the same way so many come to develop an appreciation for the amber-colored whiskey made primarily from corn: A trip to Kentucky, the bourbon capital of the world.

At the Merchants Fund, a mom to hundreds of small businesses walks away

After 11 years at the business-assistance charity, Merchants Fund executive director Patricia Blakely is making a career change. To what, she doesn't know yet.

The Inquirer’s 2018 Stellar StartUps winners named at gala

From nearly 100 contenders, winners in nine categories were announced Thursday at a gala at South Bowl Lounge N' Lanes in Philadelphia.

REC Philly: How a Mentos-and-cola experiment led to a launchpad for Philly’s creatives

Once partners in chemistry class, the cofounders of REC Philly think they have a winning formula for growing Philadelphia's creative economy — and ultimately those of other cities.

Cosby sued for failing to pay legal bills

Center City law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis claim in a complaint filed Tuesday in Montgomery County Court that the convicted entertainer owed more than $50,000 in unpaid legal fees.

What a ‘silver tsunami’ of retiring baby boomer business owners could mean for their workers

As Labor Day arrives and economic inequality grows, could a new provision in the defense spending bill help build workers' wealth?

Inspired by war’s trauma, an Army vet’s start-up applies tech to mental health compliance

NeuroFlow is one of 30 finalists in the Inquirer's third annual Stellar StartUps contest.

Can neon’s comeback among trendy companies save Philly’s last glass benders?

Cheaper LED lights have taken over, and only a handful of neon sign makers are left in the region.

And the 2018 Stellar StartUps finalists are …

Judges have selected 30 finalists in nine categories in the third annual Stellar StartUps competition, an event to recognize the breadth and diversity in the region's start-up community. A grand prize winner will be announced Sept. 13 at South Bowl in Philadelphia.

Survey: Philly, Pittsburgh rank (almost) dead last for women entrepreneurs

Out of 50 U.S. cities, the top-ranked for women entrepreneurs included San Francisco, San Jose, Austin, and — nope — not Philadelphia.
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