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Promises, promises
The Riverdale Press, by N. Clark Judd, October 26, 2009

Campaign 09: Fact or Fiction
Gotham Gazette, by Courtney Gross, October 26, 2009

Jobs on the line in mayoral race
Metro, by Carly Baldwin, October 20, 2009

We won’t live like sardines in a tin
New York Daily News, by Adrienne Leslie, October 16, 2009

City launches $5M fund to spur bioscience startups
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Massey, October 15, 2009

Can Bloomberg’s ‘Luxury’ City Survive?
The Wall Street Journal, by Fred Siegel and Harry Siegel, October 15, 2009

What’s dogging NYC biotech?
The Scientist, by Edyta Zielinska, October 15, 2009

As City Adds Housing for Poor, Market Subtracts It
The New York Times, by Manny Fernandez, October 15, 2009

The Mayor Who Added Jobs, and Lost Some, Too
The New York Times, by Christine Haughney, October 14, 2009

Good News: More New York Jobs! Bad News: They Pay $16-$20K
The Village Voice Blog, by Roy Edroso, October 14, 2009

Mayor’s economy: Grades are in
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Massey, October 11, 2009

The Daily Start-Up: New York, A City Whose Universities Sleep?
Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch blog, by Scott Austin, September 29, 2009

NYC Slow To Tap Tech Sector Potential
GlobeSt.com, by Cody Lyon, September 29, 2009

Innovation Startups, Not License Fees
WNYC, September 28, 2009

New York City Is Bad At Building An Innovation Economy—Listen Up Mayor Bloomberg
BusinessWeek, by Bruce Nussbaum, September 28, 2009

NY universities fail to harness research for jobs
Reuters, by Joan Gralla, September 28, 2009

NYC’s tech lag tracked
Crain's New York Business, by Kira Bindrim, September 27, 2009

Vacant storefronts ending up in chains
Marketplace, by Sally Herships, September 21, 2009

Immigrants embrace Southern living
Charlotte Observer, by Franco Ordo, September 20, 2009

N.J. development company to invest $150M to build 800 rental units at former Navy base
Staten Island Advance, by Karen O'Shea and Peter Spencer, September 16, 2009

10 Best Places for Tech Jobs
U.S. News & World Report, by Liz Wolgemuth, September 15, 2009

Commercial rent regulation bill is stuck in limbo
The Villager, by Patrick Hedlund, September 14, 2009

The Mayor’s Race That Wasn’t
New York Observer, by Jason Horowitz, September 08, 2009

Astoria shrugs off downturn’s worst
Crain's New York Business, by Amanda Fung, September 06, 2009

New Jersey Wins 1,600 Financial Jobs
The New York Times, by Charles V. Bagli, September 04, 2009

Retailers Take a Chance on a Mall in the Bronx
The New York Times, by Jane L. Levere, August 31, 2009

National retailers flocking to Queens despite slowdown
Queens Village Times, by Anna Gustafson, August 28, 2009

More national chains opening in Queens
Queens Chronicle, by AnnMarie Costella, August 27, 2009

New York City Continues to Turn Into Cleveland; News from the Center for an Urban Future
Huffington Post, by Adam Hanft, August 21, 2009

Study shows 101 Dunkin’ Donuts shops lead pack of chain stores operating in Brooklyn
New York Daily News, by Jake Pearson, August 20, 2009

Study shows Queens is home to second largest number of national chain stores in the city
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, August 20, 2009

Study shows that Dunkin’ Donuts leads pack of chain stores operating in the Bronx with 60
New York Daily News, by Tanyanika Samuels, August 20, 2009

NYC’s Chains Growing, Not Even Killer Economy Can Stop Them
Gothamist, by John Del Signore, August 19, 2009

Despite downturn, chains still growing
Metro, by Amy Zimmer, August 19, 2009

Retail chains show strength with growth in the city
AM New York, by Garett Sloane, August 19, 2009

Dunkin’ Donuts Still Biggest Chain In City
NY1 News, August 19, 2009

By the numbers: Staten Island national retail chains
Staten Island Advance, by Peter N. Spencer, August 19, 2009

Dunkin’ Donuts, other chain stores booming in city despite recession
New York Daily News, by Jake Pearson, August 19, 2009

Despite Recession, Large Retail Chains Expand in City
New York Times City Room Blog, by Jennifer 8. Lee, August 18, 2009

Cheap rents spur retail expansion
Crain's New York Business, by Adrianne Pasquarelli, August 18, 2009

Chain Gang! Or, Where The Chain Stores Are
Curbed, August 18, 2009

Despite poor economy, nearly a third of top retailers expand in NYC
The Real Deal, August 18, 2009

Dunkin’ Fantastic
WNYC, by Ilya Marritz, August 18, 2009

Chains Expand in NYC Despite Downturn
GlobeSt.com, by Paul Bubny, August 18, 2009

National retailers grow on Staten Island, in other boroughs
Staten Island Advance, August 18, 2009

Mayor Plans Millions More to Aid Community Colleges
The New York Times, by Javier C. Hernandez, August 14, 2009

Bloomberg touts F express
Brooklyn Times Ledger, by Gary Buiso, August 06, 2009

Would You Stand on Planes for Cheaper Tickets?
The Atlantic Online, by Derek Thompson, July 22, 2009

Job Training: Often Misunderstood But Too Important to Dismiss
The Huffington Post, by David Jason Fischer and Brandon Roberts, July 21, 2009

Parents in Prison, Children in Foster Care
Gotham Gazette, by Michelle Chen, July 20, 2009

Hometowns: Forever works in progress Neighborhoods are not static; they are living, breathing entiti
Staten Island Advance, by Tevah Platt, July 16, 2009

New York City’s Middle Class Is Voting With Their Feet
New York Post, by Michael Gray, July 11, 2009

Take it or leave it, Street fairs
Time Out New York, by Michael Ventura, July 09, 2009

BK slice of job mkt. grows
Brooklyn Times Ledger, by Gary Buiso, July 09, 2009

Study shows Bronx not getting its share of city’s private sector jobs
New York Daily News, by Benjamin Peim, July 07, 2009

The Malaise-Proofing of Michael Bloomberg
New York Observer, by Jason Horowitz, July 07, 2009

Is urban policy on the back burner?
Politico, by Nia-Malika Henderson, July 06, 2009

Brooklyn Registers Modest Private-Sector Job Recovery
The Brooklyn Eagle, July 01, 2009

Study sees New York City as coming HIT hub
Government Health IT, July 01, 2009

NYC Could Be Hub for Nationwide Health IT Expansion, Study Says
iHealthBeat, June 30, 2009

New Study: Health IT Sector Could Be Key to Boosting City’s Economy
New York Observer/New York Future Initiative, by Joe Pompeo, June 30, 2009

Report: New York poised to be healthcare IT hub
Healthcare IT News, by Molly Merrill, June 30, 2009

Study: NYC’s health-tech sector holds promise
Crain's New York Business, by Kara Bindrim, June 29, 2009

How Health Records Could Promote Job Growth
New York Times City Room Blog, by Patrick McGeehan, June 29, 2009

NYC Talent Pool Is Key to Recovery
GlobeSt.com, by Paul Bubny, June 24, 2009

Real Estate, Take Notice! Manhattan’s Share of Private-Sector Jobs Declines, Brooklyn’s Increases
The New York Observer, by Molly Fischer, June 17, 2009

Manhattan’s Share of NYC Jobs Falling
Bloomberg News, by Henry Goldman, June 17, 2009

Manhattan Job Market Loses Ground
New York Times City Room Blog, by A.G. Sulzberger, June 17, 2009

Brooklyn Gains Private-Sector Jobs; Manhattan Shows Decline
The Brooklyn Eagle, June 17, 2009

Goldman May Get $321 Million on Missed Trade Center Deadlines
Bloomberg News, by David M. Levitt, June 12, 2009

Cuts Could Place City Libraries at Bottom
Gotham Gazette, June 02, 2009

Experts say boro will grow
Times Ledger, by Jeremy Walsh, May 28, 2009

Unlike in 2007 Report, Bloomberg Now Silent on Regulation
City Hall News, by Sal Gentile, May 28, 2009

NYU Panels Calls for Silicon Alley Revival
Internetnews.com, by Alex Goldman, May 18, 2009

Can Brooklyn keep its mojo?
Crain's New York Business, by Miriam Kreinin Souccar, May 18, 2009

Recession Culture
New York Magazine, by Jennifer Senior, May 10, 2009

New South Bronx mall brings Gateway to change
Crain's New York Business, by Hilary Potkewitz, May 02, 2009

Real estate: Is it time to buy?
Time Out New York Kids, by Carole Braden, May 01, 2009

New York Lags Several Cities in Certified Green Buildings—Surprising, Right?
The New York Observer, by Eliot Brown, April 30, 2009

NYC celebrates Immigrant Heritage Week
Asian Journal, April 30, 2009

Experts push immigrant biz
Astoria Times, by Anna Gustafson, April 30, 2009

NYC buildings less green than most
Crain's New York Business, by Amanda Fung, April 29, 2009

As workplace literacy gap grows, survey finds need for more English classes for Central New York imm
The Syracuse Post-Standard, by Rick Moriarty, April 26, 2009

Empowered through English - ESL on Long Island (video)
Long Island WINS via YouTube, April 24, 2009

Lost in America, Found on a Field
The Washington Post, by Steven V. Roberts, April 19, 2009

Survey: Newcomers face workplace language barrier
Utica Observer-Dispatch, by Rebecca Croniser, April 13, 2009

Survey: Many businesses hire employees with limited English language ability
The Central New York Business Journal, by Eric Reinhardt, April 13, 2009

Breaking the Feast or Famine Tax Cycle
Gotham Gazette, by Mae Watson Grote, April 06, 2009

Small Business: Suffering in Good Times and Bad
Gotham Gazette, by Jillian Jonas, March 30, 2009

Beyond Wall Street: How the fiscal crisis yields new opportunities
AM New York, by Rolando Pujol, March 22, 2009

Bronx boro’s bus & subway lines overloaded with new commuters - report
New York Daily News, by Dorian Block, March 16, 2009

Brooklyn’s Franklin Ave. train gets ‘C’ for long waits & delays
New York Daily News, by Sarah Kaufman & Veronika Belenkaya, March 16, 2009

Hope on the Horizon?
New York Post, by Virginia Backaitis, March 16, 2009

Smith’s doomsday Dems: State Senate leaders must act to save the MTA
New York Daily News, by Editorials, March 15, 2009

Bus ridership booming as transit officials eye route cuts
New York Daily News, by Lisa Colangelo, March 11, 2009

Subway and bus ridership balloons
The Queens Courier, by Noah Rosenberg, March 11, 2009

Transit Overload for Brooklyn
Brownstoner, March 11, 2009

F train subway stop at Lexington Ave. and 63rd St sees 777% growth in riders in last decade
New York Daily News, by Pete Donohue, March 10, 2009

These Stops Are Rail Hot
New York Post, by Tom Namako, March 10, 2009

Outer borough riders cram subways: report
Metro, by Patrick Arden, March 10, 2009

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