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NYC’s First-Ever Design Week Launches Today
WFUV, by Laura Macchiarola, May 10, 2013

Boro libraries face $30M budget cut
Queens Chronicle, by Joseph Orovic, May 09, 2013

New York City’s public libraries need their patrons to stand up against mayoral budget cuts
New York Daily News, by Albor Ruiz, May 08, 2013

Amid Navy Yard’s Ruins, Space for a Comeback in Manufacturing
The New York Times, by Patrick McGeehan, May 08, 2013

Public Institutions In Private Developments: Plans For a Smaller, If Sleeker, Donnell Library Reveal Trade-offs
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, May 07, 2013

NYC Looks Beyond Wall Street, Funds Design
Epoch Times, by Joshua Philipp, May 06, 2013

Analyzing Challenges Impacting Low-Income Entrepreneurs
NY1, April 30, 2013

Nonstarters (PDF)
New York Daily News, by Phyllis Furman, April 26, 2013

Could Entrepreneurship Help Low-Income New Yorkers Achieve Economic Self-Sufficiency?
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, April 25, 2013

Op-Ed: Fixing the Start-Up Boom’s Class Bias
Next City, by Jonathan Bowles, April 25, 2013

Low Income New Yorkers Less Likely to Start a Business, Study Finds
WNYC, by Ilya Marritz, April 25, 2013

Op-Ed: Fixing the Start-Up Boom’s Class Bias
Next City, by Jonathan Bowles, April 25, 2013

The Return of Hooverville: The Deepening Crisis of Family Homelessness
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, April 23, 2013

For Brooklyn PL, Planned Sale of Branches Promises Opportunity, Provokes Concern
Library Journal, by Norman Oder, April 22, 2013

The Bronx is earning! Borough leads city in startup growth
New York Daily News, by Phyllis Furman, April 22, 2013

The Bronx’s Mott Haven lures businesses, residents with low property prices
The Real Deal, by Zachary Kussin, April 15, 2013

As more chains hit the city could mom and pop be in trouble?
amNew York, by Tim Herrera, April 15, 2013

Bronx cheers for biz growth
Crain's New York Business, by Annie Karnie, April 14, 2013

New York increases ranks of low-wage workers
New York Business Journal, April 12, 2013

Low-Wage Jobs Are On the Rise In New York, But Where Can the Poorly Paid Afford To Live?
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, April 11, 2013

Many New Yorkers Stuck in Low-Wage Work: Study
Wall Street Journal, by Jackie Bischof, April 11, 2013

New high point for low-wage jobs
Crain's New York Business, by Annie Karni, April 11, 2013

The one-hour maximum commute, and other big transit ideas from Christine Quinn
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, April 11, 2013

About a third of New Yorkers earn under $27,000 per year: Study
amNew York, by Tim Herrera, April 11, 2013

Number of Staten Islanders in low-wage jobs spikes to 27.4 percent, study shows
Staten Island Advance, by Judy L. Randall, April 11, 2013

Saving Schools and Libraries by Giving Up the Land They Sit On
New York Times, by Joseph Berger and Al Baker, March 26, 2013

NY: The End of the Digital City?
Huffington Post, by Steve Rosenbaum, March 25, 2013

The Bronx boasts most new businesses
The Riverdale Press, by Melanie Cisse, March 21, 2013

State aids immigrants with free service centers
The New York World, by Gianna Palmer, March 18, 2013

Annual Library ‘Budget Dance’ in NYC Leads to Call for Baseline Funding
Library Journal, by Norman Oder, March 18, 2013

Biz startups booming in Brooklyn: Even during recession entrepreneurs surged
New York Daily News, by Lore Croghan, March 13, 2013

New York’s New Business Boom
MetroFocus | THIRTEEN, March 13, 2013

Study: New businesses dip on Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, by Judy L. Randall, March 13, 2013

Is it the Big Apple or the Big Incubator?
Upstart Business Journal, by Teresa Novellino, March 13, 2013

Startups Blossom in City Since 1991
Wall Street Journal, by Jackie Bischof, March 12, 2013

Bronx leads new business growth
Crain's New York Business, by Andrew J. Hawkins, March 12, 2013

New York Startups Doubled in Two Decades
Wall Street Journal, by Jackie Bischof, March 12, 2013

State’s Unique Place in Jobs Picture
Wall Street Journal, by Laura Kusisto, March 07, 2013

Why do the 2013 candidates treat congestion pricing like a third rail?
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, March 05, 2013

The Mayoral Race and the State of Transit in New York
Next City, by John Petro, March 05, 2013

Does New York have an incubator bubble?
Crain's New York Business, by Emily Laermer, March 05, 2013

Rough road for New York lawyers
Crain's New York Business, by Annie Karni, March 04, 2013

The number of New Yorkers migrating to Texas grows
Houston Chronicle, by Erin Mulvaney, March 01, 2013

Big and Bright? Texas Outshines Broadway’s Lights
The Street, by Joe Deaux, February 28, 2013

Web Extra: Public Libraries in the Digital Age
MetroFocus | THIRTEEN, by Marisa Wong, February 27, 2013

Numbers spike of New Yorkers packing for Texas
Metro, by Alison Bowen, February 27, 2013

NYC Libraries: Despite City Cuts, Attendance Spikes
MetroFocus | THIRTEEN, by Beth Garbitelli & Greg Jacobs, February 25, 2013

Social Media Week: inside New York’s startup bubble
The Guardian, by Katie Rogers, February 21, 2013

Mad dash for Manhattan’s ‘dash tech’ scene
Upstart Business Journal, by Anika Anand, February 21, 2013

A tech migration downtown
Crain's New York Business, by Annie Karnie, February 17, 2013

City pols announce NYCxDesign, first ever NYC design exposition
Metro, by Danielle Tcholakian, February 14, 2013

Dodging the tax man: Self-employed Brooklyn freelancers hide out during tax season
New York Daily News, by Simone Weichselbaum, February 11, 2013

Creating Room for Middle Class in New York City Focus of Council Speaker
Epoch Times, by Zachary Stieber, February 11, 2013

Kings Highway Library has become the borough’s top-performing branch thanks to immigrants
New York Daily News, by Lore Croghan, February 11, 2013

By Elite-City Standards, New York Is a ‘Relative Bargain’
Wall Street Journal, by Jackie Bischof, February 05, 2013

Despite drop in money, library attendance is higher than ever
amNew York, by Tim Herrera, February 03, 2013

How budget cuts are affecting the New York City Public Library’s work
CUNY TV Independent Sources, January 30, 2013

Series Not Awesome: Quincy Apparel Reportedly Closes Up Shop
Betabeat, by Kelly Faircloth, January 28, 2013

Report finds foreign bookworms in boro
Queens Chronicle, by Joseph Orovic, January 24, 2013

Despite cuts, more Bronxites are using public libraries
The Riverdale Press, January 24, 2013

Circumstance and opportunity collide to make libraries relevant again
Upstart Business Journal, by Anika Anand, January 22, 2013

Local library branches score for busiest in New York City
Bronx Times, by Kirsten Sanchez, January 21, 2013

To Live Like A Middle Class Citizen In NYC, You Have To Make At Least $80,000
Business Insider, by Alyson Shontell, January 20, 2013

Borough library caters to immigrants’ special needs
Queens Times Ledger, by Rich Bockmann, January 19, 2013

What Is Middle-Class in Manhattan?
New York Times, by Amy O'Leary, January 18, 2013

Queens Library Hits High Marks
Queens Tribune, by Megan Montalvo, January 17, 2013

Mom-and-pops facing stiff competition on Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, by Mark D. Stein, January 16, 2013

Giving Libraries Their Due
WNYC Brian Lehrer Show, January 15, 2013

Proposal Would Replace Shuttered Brooklyn Libraries With New Spaces
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, January 15, 2013

Brooklyn Public Library May Close Older Carnegie Buildings
Curbed NY, by Jessica Dailey, January 15, 2013

BK libraries striding toward the future with new technology
News 12 Brooklyn, January 15, 2013

Library Eyes New Page
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, January 14, 2013

The New York Public Library Highlights Essential Service Following “Branches of Opportunity” Report
NY Public Library, January 14, 2013

Q&A: Jonathan Bowles on how to make NYC more liveable
1 Caribbean Radio, by OCMGC, January 13, 2013

Q&A: Jonathan Bowles on how to make NYC more liveable
AM New York, by Sheila Anne Feeney, January 13, 2013

East Flatbush residents say two-year renovation at local library will leave them out in the cold
NYDailyNews, by Mark Morales, January 10, 2013

New York City Public Libraries Open Fewer Hours Than Libraries in Other Major Cities
Next City, by David Giles, January 10, 2013

New report shows the Bronx with fastest growth in public library usage of any borough
NYDailyNews, by Patrice O'Shaughnessy, January 10, 2013

New Report From NYC Think Tank Looks at Future of All Three New York City Public Library Systems
Info Docket, by Gary Price, January 09, 2013

More people than ever using New York’s public libraries
Melville House Books, by Ellie Robins, January 09, 2013

What Does the City’s Recovery Need? More Libraries
City Limits, by David Giles, January 09, 2013

City library support, years overdue
NYDailyNews, by David Giles, January 09, 2013

Startup News: Kickstarter and IndieGogo Show Off Their Metrics and Middle Schoolers Get Appy
Beta Beat, by Ross Barkan, January 09, 2013

Today’s Report: City’s Libraries Serving More People In More Ways Than Ever Before
Gotham Gazette, by Cristian Salazar, January 09, 2013

Center for Urban Future Releases Report on NYC Library Trends
MetroFocus, January 08, 2013

As Use of Libraries Grows, Government Support Has Eroded
The New York Times, by Sam Roberts, January 08, 2013

The Future of Libraries
WNYC, January 08, 2013

New Report on Libraries Transforming in the Digital Age
WNYC-New Tech City Blog, by Manoush Zomorodi, January 08, 2013

NY1 Online: Examining Growing Importance Of Public Libraries
NY1, by Road To City Hall, January 07, 2013

Economic Outlook: Four boroughs, after Sandy
Crain's New York Business, January 06, 2013

Harlem Experiences an Influx of National Retailers
Meet Me Uptown, January 02, 2013

Teaching tech a top priority in city schools
New York Post, by Yoav Gonen, January 01, 2013

Big retailers moved uptown in greatest numbers in 2012
NYDailyNews, by Douglas Feiden, December 26, 2012

Bloomberg ‘all in’ on gun control
The Ithaca Journal, by Martha T. Moore, December 19, 2012

Queens sees 2.1% growth in number of national chain stores
NYDailyNews, by Clare Trapasso, December 19, 2012

Dunkin’ tops NYC list with 484 outlets
The Boston Globe, December 18, 2012

Fewer chain stores on Staten Island than year ago, study reveals 
SI Live, by Judy L. Randall , December 18, 2012

Bronx Sees Biggest Influx of Chain Stores Amid Citywide Rise, Report Shows
DNA Info, by Andrea Swalec, December 18, 2012

Chain store city: Dunkin Donuts still leads, but Subway’s coming up fast
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, December 17, 2012

Dunkin Donuts, Subway stay NYC’s top retail chains
The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 2012

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