Leading for Change

A new class of Germination Project fellows joined an elite group last night tasked with shaping a city of the future

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Are B Corps An Elite Charade For Changing The World?

In anticipation of next Thursday's Citizen event, B Lab's co-founder argues in a Forbes column for giving capitalism for good a chance

By Jay Coen Gilbert

Welcome To Cellicon Valley

A week at Penn Medicine offers a glimpse into an innovation revolution that may not only change Philadelphia, but the world

By Ajay Raju

Guest Commentary: Seeing Philly Through Detroit-Colored Glasses

A trip to the Motor City leads The Economy League’s executive director to reflect on how far Philly has come—and where we are headed

By Jeff Hornstein
Sep

06

EVENT:

“Changing The World”—An Elite Charade?

Thursday, Sep 06, 2018
6:00 pm-8:00 pm

at Arch Street Presbyterian Church

Join us for an evening with author Anand Giridharadas and co-founder of B Lab Jay Coen Gilbert

The Value of the Abatement

In the last of a deep-dive series, a well-respected economist explains research that shows that market value of the tax abatement is genuinely high—but that most homebuyers still over-value it

By Kevin C. Gillen

Guest Commentary: Getting Past Profit

Elizabeth Warren wants large corporations to change their profit-at-all-costs model. B Lab’s co-founder offers some ways that liberals, conservatives and the private sector might all agree on a new vision for accountable capitalism

By Jay Coen Gilbert

The High Cost of Being Broke

A Philly reporting collaborative launches a new series that looks at how being poor costs more money

By Jean Friedman-Rudovsky