When soul mate business partners bring in a third

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What happens if you meet a guy over coffee (in France, mais oui), fall in love in a soul-mate kind of way and start a roasting business? That's... Read more

Why La Colombe's Todd Carmichael couldn't get a latte at the South Pole

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What made La Colombe CEO Todd Carmichael, 15 years into building his coffee roasting and cafe business, leave his lattes behind for the brutal... Read more

Tense meeting? Call a time-out, says Philly exec

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Everyone comes to the meetings with a bias, says Katharine "Kathie" Morgan, the incoming president of a nonprofit that convenes committees... Read more

What will Trump mean for business self-regulation?

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What will happen to the world of self-regulation and standard setting under the Trump administration? That's the administration that promises... Read more

Why China needs what Philly has

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In the United States, it's common for people with hip or knee replacements to move from a hospital to a rehab center or get therapy at home... Read more

Why it's not bad to have a for-profit health company

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Yes, he's the chief executive of a for-profit health company, but George V. Hager Jr. really doesn't understand why people have such strong... Read more

Philly church as an economic driver, growing stores, jobs -- and faith

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"From now until the end of Kwanzaa we’re pushing buy black," Rev. Alyn Waller, pastor of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, told me during... Read more

Why church is a business; the product is faith in Jesus, says Enon's pastor

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"If Saturday night is your deadline, you're already in trouble," Rev. Alyn Waller, senior pastor at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, said talking... Read more