Philly CEO's career advice: 'Swim in ambiguity'

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Miles Wilson came to our interview well-prepared, his thoughts neatly spelled out on a tablet set squarely in front of him on a conference... Read more

Wake up! You have a mentor

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Sometimes, the hardest part of having a mentor is knowing you have one. That's what happened to Christopher Pappas, the chief executive of... Read more

Philly was the right choice for chemical company

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When Dow Chemical Co. spun off four of its businesses in 2009 and melded them into one company in preparation to sell it off, everything was... Read more

Ten things you should know about open hiring

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Ten more things you should know about Greyston Bakery and its open hiring process: (Just to review, the Yonkers supplier of brownies to Ben... Read more

You won't catch Philly's Chuck Pennoni complaining about unions

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No one's going to catch Celestino R. "Chuck" Pennoni complaining about unions. "I have no problem dealing with unions, because I grew up in... Read more

How the son of an immigrant coal miner became a Philly CEO

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"My father was an immigrant coal miner and he was injured in the coal mines. So, we all had to go to work, including my mother who had never... Read more

Broken bridges, pipelines: We go from crisis to crisis, says Philly CEO civil engineer

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What a traffic nightmare it was: Cracks in the truss of the Pennsylvania Turnpike's bridge to New Jersey caused the bridge to be closed to... Read more

Formerly jobless, Philly HR pro helps the laid-off find work

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Amy Dinning's career path in human resources has hardly been straight and smooth. She's been laid off and temped and contracted — all... Read more