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    Economy League press releases and media coverage



April 26th 2008

Center Square: Fixing What Ails City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall. Outstanding customer service. Those two phrases aren't typically paired in a sentence - unless it's said with a sarcastic laugh. Read More
April 14th 2008

Opinion: PA Economic Revival Lies in Its Metro Assets

In the long run-up to the Pennsylvania primary, there's been a good deal of candidate discussion of the state's economy and how to fix it. Read More
April 8th 2008

The city's academic salvation

LISTEN TO a Philly guy boost the Phils or parse politics and you might think Philadelphians know everything they need to know. You'd be wrong. Read More
April 7th 2008

Budget Play

So, you think Mayor Nutter is blowing it by cutting taxes too fast? Not fast enough? You're sure City Council's spending priorities are out of whack, and that instead they ought to invest in libraries, or the park system, or rec centers, or the schools? Read More
April 4th 2008

Out to Learn Atlanta Ways

Community redevelopment, work force development and an inclusive economy will be the focus of a group of government, business and nonprofit leaders headed to Atlanta this fall for ideas on improving Philadelphia. Read More
April 3rd 2008


Economy League and Great Expectations to develop online Philadelphia budget simulation tool Read More
March 27th 2008


The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is pleased to announce new leadership of its Board of Directors. James R. Waddington, Jr., Director of Operations for Lockheed Martin Mission and Combat Support Solutions, has been elected to serve a one-year term as Chair. Read More
March 26th 2008

Philadelphia targets one of its toughest problems

On Jan. 8, with the new year barely a week old, Dionne Graham walked through the doors of Graduate! Philadelphia's College Access Center. Read More
March 13th 2008

Schools' location important in ranking attractiveness

The Philadelphia region placed 12th among the country's 22-largest metro areas on a ranking that measures how attractive an area is to college students. Read More
March 1st 2008

New study shows earning power of a diploma

Every day, high school-aged youth in Philadelphia are making a critical investment decision that could cost them more than they realize: more than $400,000 over the course of a lifetime. According to a new study due out this spring, this figure represents the expected lifetime earnings gap between a... Read More
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