Tag: Economic Development
By: Ryan Briggs Sep 12, 2017 AT 6:08 PM
On paper, the Delaware Valley Regional Economic Development Fund is an impressive organization. The nonprofit, which provides startup capital to worthy causes – according to its website, the...
By: State Rep. Jake Wheatley Oct 20, 2017 AT 12:07 AM
Economics is called the dismal science; Pennsylvania politicians seem intent on making it an even gloomier discipline. The current budget debacle is bad enough: more than three months late, $2.2...
By: Greg Salisbury; photos by Salvatore Patrone Oct 26, 2017 AT 12:46 AM
Addressing the issues and challenges facing minority- and women-owned business enterprises was the order of the day at the inaugural edition of City & State PA’s On Diversity, an event designed...
By: Max Marin Nov 5, 2017 AT 11:56 PM
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In its bid to become home to the next Amazon headquarters, Philadelphia crafted a sparkling sales pitch replete with videos, interactive maps, testimonies from business leaders and a lengthy written...
By: Jason Gottesman Nov 8, 2017 AT 11:56 PM
While the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States is still more than eight years away, the federal government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are deep into planning how to...
By: Alana Koll Nov 13, 2017 AT 11:26 PM
With talks of Pittsburgh leaving Act 47 status by the beginning of 2018 and with a zeroing out of the city’s financial oversight authority’s line item in this year’s state budget,...