Forbes Magazine announced this week a million dollar contest for millennial entrepreneurs who want to the change the world.
Rich discusses the reaction in the media the a series of New York Times articles on Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s finances, New Jersey studying the viability of later starting times for schools, and what could be the next escalation of the Iraq war. He also spoke with Kelly Phillips Erb from Forbes, Pennsylvania State Representative Jordan Harris and author Ann Coulter.
The most overpriced city is Honolulu, according to Forbes.
When you hear Pittsburgh and State College, did you instantly think of great places to spend your retirement years?
According to the school, Dr. Nikki Wright, 28, and Dr. Lisa Gretebeck, 26, made the list for co-founding an organization that provides sustainable animal husbandry training and resources to families living in rural Haiti.
The article, which is part of the write-up on the smartest cities, briefly mentions the Jersey Shore town for its jump in the percentage of residents who are college-educated.
New statistics indicate many of the region’s richest Americans graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.
A group of entrepreneurs in town for the Forbes Under 30 Summit got an early start this morning to channel their inner Rocky at the Art Museum.
Forbes Magazine ranked the Top 50 most valuable franchises in sports and two teams made the list representing Philadelphia. The Eagles and the Phillies both made the cut.
Beyoncé’s empire is getting a boost from Forbes.
LeBron James was ranked the second most powerful celebrity.
Coding, programming, and computer analytics don’t seem like very sexy careers. But did you know that developers and programmers are among the highest paid members of the workforce, right out of college?
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
The Sixers current slogan is “together we build.” The team traded its best player in the offseason, and are building with youth and the draft. It may mean wins in the future, but for now, it means a lot of losses, and a lots of empty seats.
Chris looks back at yesterday’s testimony before Congress by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and the Sixers surprise win in their opener over the Miami Heat. He talks to investigative journalist Audrey Hudson, Dr. Douglas Tynan from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, and Comedian Rory Albanese.