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Shake Shack shares fall as restaurants cannibalize one another
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein, February 25, 2020

Improving NYC’s Tech Training
Inside Higher Ed, by Madeline St. Amour, February 25, 2020

What Amsterdam’s war on the rubber duckie says about global tourism
Fortune, by Phil Wahba, February 22, 2020

Saratoga Senior Population Booms: Plans Underway for New & Improved Senior Center
Saratoga Today, by Thomas Dimopoulos, February 21, 2020

Have you seen the Jehovah’s Witnesses hotel that will house formerly homeless New Yorkers?
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Lore Croghan, February 20, 2020

New Saratoga senior center planned
The Daily Gazette, by Stephen Williams, February 19, 2020

Epic $62M Landmarks Commission HQ Project Building History of Cost Overruns
The City, by Reuven Blau, February 18, 2020

Brooklyn Leads in Tech Workforce Amongst Outer Boroughs But Lacks Diversity
Brooklyn Reader, February 18, 2020

New York and San Francisco Tech Industries Are Leaving Women Behind
Bloomberg, by Nikitha Sattiraju, February 14, 2020

Study finds New York City’s tech education programs lacking
AM New York, by Alejandra O'Connell-Domenech, February 14, 2020

Opportunities for tech education in Queens are slim: Report
QNS, by Jacob Kaye, February 13, 2020

Why New York’s free college program is still costing its students
Vox, by Michael Waters, February 13, 2020

New Yorkers Face a Training Gap for Tech Jobs, but a Study Finds Hope
The New York Times, by Steve Lohr, February 12, 2020

Water Mains Are Bursting All Over New York. Can They Be Fixed?
The New York Times, by James Barron, February 12, 2020

New Jersey $2M grants will allow apprentices to earn college credits
HR Dive, by Ryan Golden, February 11, 2020

Council Moves Legislation Requiring City to Enroll More Eligible Seniors in Food Assistance
Gotham Gazette, by Katie Kirker, February 11, 2020

How chain stores are rightsizing New York City retail
Retail Dive, by Lara Ewen, February 10, 2020

How chain stores are rightsizing New York City retail
Retail Dive, by Lara Ewen, February 10, 2020

BID Seeks Cure for Hospital Neighborhood
NYCity News Service, by Shoshannah Buxbaum, February 10, 2020

Long Island’s Senior Housing Developers Eye Future Needs
Long Island Press, by James Bernstein, February 06, 2020

Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul Presents NY State Budget on Campus
Marist College The Circle, by Tara Guaimano, February 04, 2020

MTA’S Uber Plan To Give Late-Shift Workers a Lyft
The City, by Jose Martinez and Trone Dowd, February 04, 2020

A balancing act in Brooklyn
City & State, by Gabe Ponce de Leon, February 03, 2020

Blackstone Leads $300M Recap of NYC Mixed-use Asset
Commercial Property Executive, by Scott Baltic, February 03, 2020

Guilderland Neighbors to offer help with aging in place
The Altamont Enterprise, January 30, 2020

Excelsior Scholarship Expands To Aid More Families
SUNY The New Paltz Oracle, by Nikki Donohue, January 30, 2020

Brooklyn Isn’t Just for Startups
Wall Street Journal, by Kate King, January 29, 2020

City and State Budgets Pose Challenges for Aging New Yorkers
City Limits, by Roshan Abraham, January 28, 2020

State funding boost could make ‘free’ CUNY tuition a reality for more New Yorkers
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Victoria Merlino, January 27, 2020

Subway Water Main Pain Already Worse Than Last Year
The City, by Jose Martinez, January 27, 2020

De Blasio wants feds to tackle automation; some say he can start at home
City & State, by Annie McDonough, January 23, 2020

With Cuomo Promising Gig Economy Regulations, New York Leaders Consider Pros and Cons of California
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, January 21, 2020

The Aging of the Mid-Hudson Valley
The River Newsroom, by Sarah Amandolare, January 19, 2020

Crews clean up water main break on Upper West Side
PIX11, by Greg Mocker, January 14, 2020

Can free college work at 4-year colleges? Early examples offer clues.
Education Dive, by Daniel C. Vock, January 14, 2020

A Few Suggestions for Andrew Cuomo’s Next Poster
New York Magazine, by Sarah Jones, January 09, 2020

Taking Stock of Significant Progress in New York City Schools
Gotham Gazette, by Jim Brennan, January 06, 2020

MTA’s Bronx Bus Redesign Leaves Some Disappointment at the Curb
MooseGazette, by George Henry, January 06, 2020

Her Job Requires 7 Apps. She Works Retail.
New York Times, by Andy Newman, January 06, 2020

How to work retail in the middle of the retail apocalypse
Chicago Tribune, by Andy Newman, January 06, 2020

National Chain Stores Decline in Brooklyn, New Study Shows
Bklynr, by Irina Groushevaia, January 02, 2020

‘Life is too expensive here’: Senior immigrants in Flushing putting off retirement
QNS, by Baidi Wang, December 31, 2019

Older adult issues for New York’s 2020 legislative session: Medicaid cuts, drug prices, caregiving
WBFO 88.7, by Tom Dinki, December 31, 2019

Capezio Closes
I Love The Upper West Side, by Sara Lewin Lebwohl, December 27, 2019

Chain Reaction Sparks Retail Meltdown
The Spirit, by Douglas Feiden, December 26, 2019

Chains leave NYC in record numbers
Metro, by Holden Walter-Warner, December 26, 2019

Number of Chain Stores Continues to Decline Across NYC, Including Brooklyn
Greenpoint Post, by Kristen Torres, December 26, 2019

New York City had a record drop in chain stores in 2019
Business Insider, by Libertina Brandt, December 24, 2019

Five NYC Retail Chains Expand in 2019 While Others See Shrinkage
The Jewish Voice, by Hadassa Kalatizadeh, December 24, 2019

Major Chain Stores In NYC Shrank The Most In More Than A Decade
Gothamist, by Elizabeth Kim, December 23, 2019

Chain Stores Continue Shrinking NYC Footprint
ConnectCRE, December 23, 2019

Dunkin’ and MetroPCS thrive in NYC despite overall drop in number of chain stores
6sqft, by Devin Gannon, December 20, 2019

National Chain Closures in NYC Hit 12-Year High
Commercial Observer, by Rebecca Baird-Remba, December 20, 2019

More than 29 chain stores shuttered on S.I. in 2019, report says
SI Live, by Tracey Porpora, December 20, 2019

Brooklyn project once pitched for Amazon lands first tenant
The Business Times, December 18, 2019

Lack of awareness, registration hurdles hurt NYC tech apprenticeship growth
HR Dive, by Ryan Golden, December 17, 2019

Brooklyn Project Once Pitched for Amazon Lands First Tenant
Bloomberg Quint, by Natalie Wong and Jon Dominick Querolo, December 17, 2019

Brooklyn property once pitched for Amazon HQ2 lands first tenant
Crain's New York, by Bloomberg, December 17, 2019

Business at a breaking point: Owners struggle to survive as the city adds on more regulations
New York Daily News, by Jessica Walker, December 17, 2019

Brooklyn Startups Face Speed Bumps
The Wall Street Journal, by Kate King, December 16, 2019

National retail chains closing at a rapid rate in NYC
Denton Daily, by Denton Staff Contributor, December 15, 2019

Lack of city tech apprenticeships hurts New Yorkers: report
Crain's New York, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, December 10, 2019

City Council Holds Another Hearing on the Parks Capital Process
CityLand, by Jason Rogovich, December 09, 2019

NYC will finally fix Riverside Park’s persistent flooding problems
Curbed, by Caroline Spivack, December 06, 2019

Artist’s Studio: How About the Living Room?
The New York Times, by Kim Velsey, November 29, 2019

The golden years: 1 in 3 senior households has income of $100,000-plus, LI data show
Newsday, by Ken Schachter, November 29, 2019

New York Business Group Decks the Halls of Empty Storefronts
The Wall Street Journal, by Kate King, November 26, 2019

The Right to a Free and Quality Public Higher Education in New York
Gotham Gazette, by Andrew Gounardes & Timothy Hunter, November 26, 2019

Automation Concerns Spur Calls to Assist Workers in Adapting
The Chief-Leader, by Crystal Lewis , November 18, 2019

Officials question New York’s preparation for automation at Council hearing
City & State, by Annie McDonough, November 14, 2019

CVS Plans Another Tribeca Outpost, Even as NYC Drug Stores Decline
Commercial Observer, by Rebecca Baird-Remba, November 12, 2019

NYC’s housing supply can’t keep up with its job growth: report
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Kelly Mena and Victoria Merlino, November 08, 2019

Adams tells tech companies to embrace diversity at Brooklyn Tech Week kickoff
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Mary Frost, November 07, 2019

‘Now, no one, nowhere’: Disappearing Duane Reades are part of a trend of vanishing local chains
PIX11 New York, by James Ford, November 06, 2019

Tech, politics and growth: The new BK Chamber president’s plan for the future
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Michael Stahl, November 05, 2019

Duane Reades Are Disappearing In NYC, Leaving Unexpected Nostalgia In Their Wake
Gothamist, by Elizabeth Kim, November 05, 2019

Vallone proposes tourism office to serve as intermediary between NYC tourists, businesses
QNS, by Jenna Bagcal, October 25, 2019

Overdue repairs: Brooklyn Public Library struggling to meet $247 million funding shortfall
Brooklyn Paper, by Kevin Duggan, October 25, 2019

Evidence of Growing Need for Capital in the City’s Aging Parks
City Limits, by Harry DiPrinzio, October 22, 2019

CUNY Freshman Enrollment Increasing
Insider Higher Ed, by Madeline St. Amour, October 14, 2019

Is the city’s workforce prepared for the future?
Crain's New York, by Will Bredderman, October 14, 2019

State Senate to hold hearings on rising SUNY tuition costs
Daily News, by Michael Elsen-Rooney, October 10, 2019

First Mandated Survey of Small Businesses Identifies Problems But City Points to Existing Services
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, October 08, 2019

The least powerful man in New York
City & State, by Ben Adler, September 30, 2019

New York City Council to Vote on Overhaul for Commercial-Waste Collection
Wall Street Journal, by Katie Honan, September 29, 2019

Rate of empty storefronts jumped by 45% - and it could get worse, report says
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, September 26, 2019

Hunters Point Library by Steven Holl Architects Opens in New York
Architectural Record, by James S. Russell, September 24, 2019

Amazon Opens Brick-And-Mortar Stores Meant To Emphasize Convenience
NPR, by Cardiff Garcia, Sally Herships, September 24, 2019

Why the Amazon Debacle Didn’t Kill the City’s Tech Industry
NY1, by Michael Scotto, September 20, 2019

3 Studies Tout Dallas-Fort Worth as Destination for Startups and Tech Professionals
Dallas Innovates, by Lance Murray, September 19, 2019

The Deficiency of Bill de Blasio’s Plan for Cultural Equity
Hyperallergic, September 19, 2019

Silicon Valley Is Over! Top 10 Cities Where Techies Can Actually Afford to Live
SF Gate, September 16, 2019

The Startup Song Remains The Same For Brooklyn Office Owners
Bisnow, by Miriam Hall, September 11, 2019

Brooklyn Beats Manhattan in Attracting Innovative Tech Startups
The Jewish Voice, September 11, 2019

Freelancers make up one-third of the NYC workforce: Report
amNew York, by Ivan Pereira, September 11, 2019

New York’s Excelsior Scholarships rise 20 percent, but tough requirements exclude many
Times Union, by Rachel Silberstein, September 11, 2019

Why Bushwick’s ‘Got Next’ in Brooklyn’s Emerging Innovation Economy
BK Reader, by C. Zawadi Morris, September 06, 2019

Report Finds City Infrastructure Under Serious Stress
NY1, August 28, 2019

Report: NYC Infrastructure Needs Major Investment Despite Recent Gains
The Jewish Voice, by Kevin Latham, August 28, 2019

Despite recent gains, city infrastructure needs major investment: report
Crain's New York, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, August 27, 2019

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