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Why 20 years wasn’t enough time for NYC to upgrade this Staten Island storm sewer
Daily News, by Reuven Blau, July 17, 2018

No walk in the park
The Bond Buyer, by The Bond Buyer Staff, July 17, 2018

Parks Facing Infrastructure Challenges
Spectrum News NY1, by Spectrum News NY1 Staff, July 16, 2018

Peril in the Parks
The Spirit, by Douglas Feiden, July 11, 2018

Protect Long Island’s economy in the age of automation
Newsday, by Newsday Staff, July 09, 2018

Study: Boro parks have been neglected
Queens Chronicle, by Ryan Brady, July 05, 2018

Report finds negelected parks in need of major repairs
Real Estate Weekly, by Real Estate Weekly Staff, July 05, 2018

Island parks most underfunded, staff deprived in NYC, report says
Staten Island Advance, by Sydney Kashiwagi, July 05, 2018

Study: Brooklyn Public Library needs $228 million for upkeep
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Paula Katinas, July 05, 2018

Newly expanded Hunter’s Point South Park highlights a greener future for NYC parks
The Architects Newspaper, by Sydney Franklin, June 29, 2018

A pair of Ridgewood and Maspeth parks haven’t seen restorations in more than a century, study finds
QNS, by Ryan Kelley, June 29, 2018

Parks and wreck: New York City’s crumbling public infrastructure
Document Journal, by Caroline Christie, June 28, 2018

Porter24 Expands Premier Digital Hotel Network and Advertising Platform in NYC
Markets Insider, by Business Insider Staff, June 28, 2018

Automation threatens 80,000 jobs in Finger Lakes region, study says
Rochester Business Journal, by Velvet Spicer, June 28, 2018

Forest Park’s Flooding Among Worst In The City, Study Finds
Forest Hills Patch, by Danielle Woodward, June 28, 2018

New York City parks hobbled by age, underinvestment according to new report
The Architects Newspaper, by Jonathan Hilburg, June 28, 2018

Wait, these NYC playgrounds haven’t gotten updates in how long?
TimeOut, by Danielle Valente, June 28, 2018

Brooklyn Parks Falling Into ‘Dangerous’ Disrepair, Study Finds
Ditmas Park Patch, by Kathleen Culliton, June 27, 2018

New York City Parks Are In Desperate Need Of Repairs, Study Finds
CBS New York, by Elise Finch, June 27, 2018

This Is the Most Pressing Challenge Facing New York City’s Tech Ecosystem
Inc., by Zoë Henry, June 27, 2018

Aging NYC parks need $6 billion in repairs: Report
Metro, by Kristin Toussaint, June 26, 2018

Inside NYC’s $6 billion parks problem
New York Post, by Nolan Hicks, June 26, 2018

NYC needs to invest nearly $6B over the next decade to fix aging park infrastructure, report says
6SQFT, by Devin Gannon, June 26, 2018

Aging park infrastructure challenges New York City
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, June 26, 2018

NYC parks plagued by ‘chronic underinvestment,’ infrastructure problems: report
Curbed New York, by Ameena Walker, June 26, 2018

Study shows many aging New York City parks have infrastructure problems
New York Daily News, by Elizabeth Elizalde, June 26, 2018

NYC parks need $5.8B over 10 years to fix aging infrastructure, report says
amNY, by Lisa L. Colangelo, June 26, 2018

City’s top-earning, publicly traded companies dominated by finance firms, analysis shows
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, June 20, 2018

Will a robot take your job? The Central NY jobs most at risk for automation, ranked
Syracuse.com, by Ben Axelson, June 19, 2018

Will a robot take your job? The Upstate NY jobs most at risk from automation, ranked
NewYorkUpstate.com, by Ben Axelson, June 19, 2018

Automation Could Cost New York 1.2 Million Jobs
WSHU Public Radio, by Charles Lane, June 18, 2018

Automatable Job Growth Has Helped Locally
The Post-Journal, by Eric Zavinski, June 18, 2018

Report: Automation A Threat To New York Jobs
WAMC Northeast Public Radio, by Lucas Willard, June 18, 2018

Study: Over 72,000 local jobs ‘highly’ susceptible to automation
Times Union, by Madison Iszler, June 15, 2018

City Council Passes $89 Billion Budget As Fiscal Storm Clouds Loom On Horizon
Gothamist, by Devin Gould, June 15, 2018

The Briefing: The economic time bomb called automation
Buffalo News, by Jerry Zremski, June 14, 2018

Automation could have a $9.6 billion annual impact on Capital Region jobs
Albany Business Review, by Chelsea Diana, June 14, 2018

Study: Long Island has more than 180,000 jobs at high risk to automation
Newsday, by Carrie Mason-Draffen, June 13, 2018

With automation threatening NY jobs, Gillibrand wants to help affected workers
Auburnpub.com, by Robert Harding, June 13, 2018

Gillibrand announces legislation to benefit displaced workers
WHECTV, by WHECTV Staff, June 13, 2018

New York City libraries’ good-repair backlog nearly $1 billion
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, June 12, 2018

Despite funding from city, repairs for aging libraries remain overdue: Study
Metro New York, by Nikki M. Mascali, June 08, 2018

Scaling Up Small Businesses in the Bronx
BronxNet Youtube Channel, by BronxNet Staff, May 31, 2018

New School Vibes Among the Old School Stacks
Next City, by Jenna Chambers, May 31, 2018

New York Starbucks join outlets nationwide closing for racial-bias training this afternoon
amNY, by amNY/Reuters Contributor, May 30, 2018

Why Your Brooklyn Starbucks Will Be Closed This Afternoon
The Bridge, by Stephen Koepp, May 29, 2018

Gjonaj Attends Business Forum
Bronx Times, by Robert Wirsing, May 29, 2018

Dunkin’ Donuts plans 60-store rollout in Manhattan over next 3 years
The Real Deal, by Adam Pincus, May 24, 2018

New York City’s Biggest ‘Food Swamps’
City Limits, by Lea Ceasrine, May 22, 2018

The Factory That Oreos Built
Smithsonian Magazine, by Katherine Martinelli, May 21, 2018

Report Details Tourism’s Impact on Queens Economy
The Queens Gazette, by The Queens Gazette Staff, May 16, 2018

Report: Queens workers benefiting from tourism growth
Times Ledger, by Gina Martinez, May 15, 2018

MTA’s Bus Overhaul Could be Lifeline for Healthcare Workers, Who Face City’s Longest Commutes
City Limits, by Jeanmarie Evelly, May 11, 2018

NYC a Travel Tech Hub – CUF
Travel Trade Daily, by Travel Trade Daily Staff, May 10, 2018

Report calls for roadmap to keep tourists coming
Real Estate Weekly, by Jackson Chen, May 09, 2018

Preparing for the Next Sandy: Making New York More Resilient in the Age of Superstorms
Triple Pundit, by Contributor, May 09, 2018

Transit failures could derail Big Apple’s tourism
Crain's New York Business, by Will Bredderman, May 09, 2018

Report: Record Increase in Tourism Powers Job Growth in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Reader, by Andrea Leonhardt, May 09, 2018

Tourism has grown to the 4th-largest job sector in NYC, employing 291,000-plus: Report
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, May 08, 2018

Tourism industry producing thousands of jobs for Queens, but report warns of challenges
QNS, by Jenna Bagcal, May 08, 2018

Love ‘Em Or Hate ‘Em, Tourists Are Keeping NYC Vibrant
New York City Patch, by Noah Manskar, May 07, 2018

Record increase in tourism benefits Staten Islanders, study says
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, May 07, 2018

Here’s how tourism benefits New York City
Metro US, by Kristin Toussaint, May 07, 2018

NYC’s Tourism Boom Powering Job Growth At Museums, Performing Arts Venues, And Broadway Theaters
Broadway World, by Broadway World News Desk, May 07, 2018

Tourism boom is fueling NYC economy, report finds
Spectrum News NY1, by Spectrum News NY1 Staff, May 07, 2018

Designers in NYC Are Growing — And More Are Tackling Civic Problems
Next City, by Rachel Kaufman, May 04, 2018

Fast Bus Service in New York City? It’s Possible
New York Times, by Tabitha Decker, May 02, 2018

This art-loving stylist is part of what makes Memphis a top city for black women entrepreneurs
USA Today Network, by Tonyaa Weathersbee, April 16, 2018

Report: Bryant and Stratton, other for-profit schools need more scrutiny
Democrat and Chronicle, by Justin Murphy, April 13, 2018

Chick-fil-A’s Creepy Infiltration of New York City
The New Yorker, by Dan Piepenbring, April 13, 2018

New York’s Corporate Mom-and-Pop Stores
New York Times, by Keith Williams, April 06, 2018

Why artist housing is just another kind of affordable housing
Curbed, by Patrick Sisson, April 04, 2018

N.Y. For-Profits Get Piece of Scholarship Pie
Insider Higher Ed, by Ashley A. Smith, April 03, 2018

How Can It Take 15 Years and $32 Million to Build a Neighborhood Library?
New York Magazine, by Justin Davidson, March 29, 2018

BP Adams To Honor Brooklyn Sheroes
Kings County Politics, by Kings County Staff, March 29, 2018

Why That New Chain Store Just Landed on Your Block
The Bridge, by Erin Schulte, March 28, 2018

La Guardia Small Business Meeting Entitled Scaling Up Small Businesses in Queens
Queens Gazette, by Thomas Cogan, March 28, 2018

Wall Street bonuses average $184,220 for 2017, up 17% from 2016
Newsday, by James T. Madore, March 27, 2018

Non-CPA Firm Ownership: From Nice to Have to Have to Have
The CPA Journal, by Joanne S. Barry, March 26, 2018

How Students in New York Are Graduating College With No Debt
Wall Street Journal, by Emily Hager, March 09, 2018

ECC ‘in danger of losing its accreditation,’ president says to staff
WIVB 4, by Dave Greber, March 09, 2018

Arts Sector Contributed $763.6 Billion to U.S. Economy—More Than Agriculture or Transportation
Artsy, by Isaac Kaplan, March 09, 2018

Here’s why NYC’s construction industry isn’t crazy about robots
The Real Deal, by Konrad Putzier, February 28, 2018

Bus service improvements will be announced via ‘comprehensive’ plan, Andy Byford says
amNewYork, by Vincent Barone, February 21, 2018

Pharma giant Roche to acquire Flatiron Health for $1.9 billion
Crain's New York Business, by Jonathan LaMantia, February 20, 2018

Commute tough for many health workers
Queens Chronicle, by Queens Chronicle Staff, February 16, 2018

New tax cuts a win for boro commerce?
Queens Chronicle, by Queens Chronicle Staff, February 16, 2018

City seeks partners to provide affordable artist studios and workspaces
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, February 15, 2018

Tech Hub NIMBY? Nah
Crain's New York Business, by Steve Herrick, February 14, 2018

Study: Queens health care workers face long commutes
TimesLedger, by Gina Martinez, February 12, 2018

Report Finds That NYC’s Half-Million Healthcare Workers Have Worst Transit Commutes of Any Industry
Mass Transit Magazine, by Mass Transit Magazine Staff, February 10, 2018

NYC’s international student numbers increase amid immigration debate
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, February 08, 2018

OPINION: New study finds Brooklyn’s 132,000 healthcare workers have among the city’s worst commutes
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Brooklyn Daily Eagle Staff, February 08, 2018

Transit Torment
Manhattan Times News, by Gregg McQueen, February 07, 2018

Student Debt in America and the Hope of Affordable Education
Wall Street Journal, by Emily Hager, February 07, 2018

Here are real estate’s tech disruptors
The Real Deal, by Konrad Putzier, February 02, 2018

Queens healthcare workers have some of the longest & slowest commutes in NYC
QNS, by Emily Davenport, February 02, 2018

Health care workers, patients suffering because of train, bus woes, study finds
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, February 01, 2018

Healthcare workers bear brunt of city’s transit woes: Report
Metro US, by Nikki M. Mascali, February 01, 2018

Healthcare Workers Bear the Brunt of NYC’s Transit Failures
Streetsblog New York City, by David Meyer, February 01, 2018

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