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Brandywine chief Sweeney embraces developer-statesman role, entwining company's fate with Philly's | Industry Icons

In Sweeney, Philadelphia may have found someone to fill the developer-statesman niche last occupied by Willard G. Rouse III, who built skyline-defining towers in the 1980s and 1990s while

Philadelphia Councilman Kenyatta Johnson helped friend make $165,000 flipping city-owned lots

A childhood friend of Councilman Kenyatta Johnson managed to leapfrog other developers - again - and make a quick $165,000 by flipping two city-owned lots in Point Breeze. City regulations are

Three houses with ample space to host overnight Thanksgiving visitors

These Philadelphia suburban estates have bedrooms, guest houses, and parking to spare to house a host of holiday guests.

Nissan moves to dismiss chairman Ghosn for serious financial misconduct

Ghosn is regarded as one of auto industry's top executives, and one of the best-paid.

Three kitchens where you wouldn't mind prepping all day for Thanksgiving

Here are three kitchens where most of us wouldn't mind spending entire weeks, let alone most of a single day prepping for Thanksgiving.

Why Philadelphia hosted anti-deportation training for Latino workers

A look inside the city's new initiative to empower and educate immigrant workers.

SAP adds Contextor, robotic process automation

"Relieves business software users from performing competitive tasks."

David's Bridal says creditors will keep stores open, dresses flowing, in bankruptcy

"David's Bridal has sufficient liquidity to meet its business obligations and will continue to operate its business as usual" while under bankruptcy protection, the company said.

U.S. presidential impeachment or resignation? History shows stocks don't care

Nixon, Clinton, and a possible Trump impeachment? Doesn't matter to the stock market.

Mushroom spawn king seeks China trade relief

"I'm a Trump supporter, but I keep waiting for him to do something for me."

Whole Foods to open in Newtown Square after years of delay and rumors

Many who live in and around Newtown Square said they excitedly await the opening of Whole Foods, which calls itself "America's Healthiest Grocery Store" and is widely considered the country's largest

Beloved toy store FAO Schwarz makes its comeback

After a three-year absence, a new FAO opened Friday in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks from its former home near Central Park.

Passengers, not SEPTA bus driver, blocked rider in wheelchair, video shows

Access to public transit for a disabled person can depend on the whims of other passengers.

Comcast co-founder says Ralph Roberts had an 'iron fist in a velvet glove' | Industry Icons

Ralph Roberts was initially ambivalent about the cable business, but once it was in his blood he acquired franchises relentlessly. He has been posthumously named an Inquirer Business Hall of Fame

Amy Gutmann: Penn's long-serving president seeks to bridge the divide | Industry Icons

Gutmann's current contract runs through 2022, which would give her 18 years at Penn's helm and make her the longest-serving president in the university's history.

What Betsy DeVos' new sexual misconduct regulations mean for victims, the accused, and schools

Under new Title IX regulations unveiled by the Trump administration, schools will have limited responsibility to investigate allegations of misconduct and the accused will have more defined rights.

On the market: A family-style condo in Queen Village

The 18-foot ceilings, open floor plan, and oversized kitchen sealed the condo deal, but now with three children, the homeowner needs a house with a yard.