The Problem With Being A Philly Progressive

Do you have to accept a whole lotta bad stuff in order to live your values here?

By Larry Platt

Purpose and Profit

At our event next week, Berwyn’s Jay Coen Gilbert, who helped found the international B Corp movement, will show why doing good is also good for business

By Larry Platt

The Beast

As noted when The Citizen first ran this story in March, La Colombe’s Todd Carmichael has become one of the nation’s most politically outspoken CEOs. See him talk about using business to change the world at a Citizen event next week

By Larry Platt

The Fix

Introducing a new series, in which we delve into the city’s transactional culture of influence—and look at strategies for promoting public integrity

By Larry Platt

The Citizen Recommends: The Future of Sports Tech & Sports Betting Conference

Venture capitalist Wayne Kimmel and former Phillie Ryan Howard look to make the burgeoning sports betting industry their own

By Larry Platt

The B.S. Task Force

Do we really need a reconciliation task force to get to the bottom of the city’s accounting horrors? Or is the Mayor trying to look like he’s taking action?

By Larry Platt

Tax Addiction

Mayor Kenney seems more committed to the soda tax than to the programs it was meant to fund. Why?

By Larry Platt

Rhynhart On The Missing Millions

The Controller’s report this week woke people up to the embarrassment that is the city’s accounting practices. But does it go far enough in suggesting a fix?

By Larry Platt