Friends since childhood, they have developed a chocolate protein snack to help Muslims “last the fast.”
The Plymouth Meeting company even got the attention of Pope Francis when he visited Philadelphia and saw a likeness of himself held by a child in the crowd.
Joining nearby Suburban Hardware, Pun's Toy Shop becomes the second Bryn Mawr institution in recent months to announce it is closing. The owner says he received an offer for his building he couldn't refuse.
With so few women presenters and investors, the leader of the annual pitch event for start-ups has a plan.
Orai has already won $170,000 in prizes and is on the market. Can the public-speaking app outperform a field of global contenders?
A goal is to get corporations, governments and institutions to collaborate with the region's start-ups.
Pennsylvania brewers are using liberalized alcoholic beverage rules to open new drinking establishments.
As editor for 18 years, Eugene Roberts led the Philadelphia Inquirer to 17 Pulitzers. A documentary is under production to recognize his vast contributions to journalism.
Revenue growth. New products. A business sale. All have been part of the experience of the contest's Class of 2016.
To spotlight the growth of the local start-up environment, Philadelphia Media Network is launching the second annual contest. "Lean bio" health-care innovations are considered a way to put the region on the map.
After Brock Weatherup's surprise departure, Philly Startup Leaders quickly finds a replacement as president. Robert Moore is a serial entrepreneur who wants to build Philly's start-up profile nationally.
"Detroit-made" is key to the growing success of the Shinola brand. Does it augur well for "Philly's finest"?
SocialLadder, a Philly-based startup, enables live events to promote and sell tickets through its peer-to-peer marketing platform. It has been growing 30 percent for each of the last five quarters.
My Kid's Threads wants to give mothers access to Burberry and Ralph Lauren without the sticker shock. The clothes are for kids, after all.
One of the knocks on the Philadelphia region's start-up scene is that it hasn’t birthed many big exit deals – young businesses originating...