PhillyInc: Many are interested in last year's Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act and how it may make it easier for small businesses to raise capital.
PhillyInc: When businesses threaten to move from city to suburbs or across state lines but just a short drive away, state economic-development offices spring into action in the name of saving or attracting jobs.
U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, a Philadelphia Democrat, voiced publicly what others had said privately. He called Lynn L. Elsenhans, the former chief executive of Sunoco, the "wicked witch."
PhillyInc: Dollars were down, but deals were up in the fourth quarter, according to the latest statistics on venture capital activity in the Philadelphia area.
PhillyInc: An optimist at heart, I tend to tune out when the prevailing sentiment sounds like Eeyore commiserating with Woody Allen.
PhillyInc.: Last week, Morphotek Inc., of Exton, said results from a Phase III study of its experimental treatment for ovarian cancer failed to meet its "primary end-point."
I'm not sure I would find too many people willing to say they endorse the practice of states offering subsidies to attract or retain companies.
PhillyInc: Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, many of us know today where we stand simply by commuting.
PhillyInc: The company has 483 stores and plans to open another 22 by the end of the year.
PhillyInc: The region tied with Boston and Miami for seventh among metro areas, says an Inc. magazine poll.
Philly Inc: Michael Armstrong chats with Wharton professor Michael Useem, who has authored seven books on leadership.
Philly Inc: A new program will award grants, which will pay graduate students to work for for-profit companies.
PhillyInc: The first half of the year is over, and it's time to look at the winners and laggards in the Philadelphia region.
PhillyInc: Comcast Ventures will continue to fund DreamIt Ventures' program for minority-led entrepreneurs.
Philly Inc: Despite the shuttering of the 127-acre complex in Essex County, New Jersey still ranks No. 2 in the U.S. in biosciences employment. Pennsylvania is No. 3.
Philly Inc: The region's life-sciences sector remains one of the few that produces capital-hungry start-ups with the potential to hit home runs for investors and patients.
Philly Inc: What the Federal Reserve did Wednesday was not "stimulus." It was maintenance.
Inquirer business columnist Mike Armstrong and other staff writers take you beyond the business headlines in Philadelphia.