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Shoppers cry - Bring in chains
New York Daily News, by Dorian Block, September 08, 2008

Queens had largest share of New York City job growth last 10 years
New York Daily News, by Donald Bertrand, September 08, 2008

Disappearing NY icons
El Diario/LA PRENSA, September 06, 2008

Job boom on city fringe
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, September 04, 2008

Outer Boroughs Drive Surge In City’s Job Growth
New York 1, by Ruschell Boone, September 04, 2008

Lower Manhattan Fares Poorly in Job Trends Report
The New York Sun, by Peter Kiefer, September 04, 2008

Report: Job Growth Jumps in Outer-Boroughs, Wanes in Manhattan
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Oliver Haydock, September 03, 2008

Boroughs seeing more jobs created
The Real Deal, by Jovana Rizzo, September 03, 2008

Outer boroughs lead NYC job growth
Crain's New York Business, by Elisabeth Butler Cordova, September 03, 2008

Dunkin’ Donuts: the Starbucks of Brooklyn
Brownstoner, by Lisa Selin Davis, September 02, 2008

Brooklyn Prefers Dunkin’ Donuts Over Starbucks
Gothamist, by Jen Carlson, September 01, 2008

Study shows Brooklyn sweeter on Dunkin
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, September 01, 2008

Urban Infrastructure & Global Competition
CEOs for Cities, by Kristian Buschmann, August 29, 2008

Holy Moses! City Development Liberals Can Love?
The Village Voice, by Roy Edroso, August 26, 2008

Does New York Need to Dream Big Again?
New York Times City Room blog, by Jennifer 8. Lee, August 26, 2008

Yaro: NYC Should Look to China for Infrastructure Inspiration
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, August 25, 2008

No ‘shore-tage’ of doughnut shops
Staten Island Advance, by Tevah Platt, August 21, 2008

Queens is running on Dunkin’: Report
Queens Time Ledger, by Howard Koplowitz, August 08, 2008

A Ceasefire in the Sunset Park Pizza War
New York Times, by David Gonzalez, August 07, 2008

Donuts are King by Number of Stores in New York City
The Wall Street Journal Blog, by Sushil Cheema, August 05, 2008

Are chain stores taking over NYC?
amNewYork, by David Freedlander, August 01, 2008

It’s raining chain stores on the Island
Staten Island Advance, by James Queally, August 01, 2008

‘Bucks’ Getting ‘Dunk’ed
New York Post, by Hasani Gittens, August 01, 2008

Report: New York is a Dunkin Town
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, August 01, 2008

Chains chokin’ off mom-and-pop shops
New York Daily News, by Erin Durkin and Bill Hutchinson, August 01, 2008

Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks dominate NYC’s retail
The Real Deal, July 31, 2008

New York City Runs on Dunkin’
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom, July 31, 2008

News Flash: New York City Flooded with Chain Stores
Gothamist, by John Del Signore, July 31, 2008

Dunkin Donuts Top Chain in NY
Crain's New York Business, by Joyce Hanson, July 31, 2008

Dunkin Donuts is the Top Chain
Grub Street Blog/New York Magazine, July 31, 2008

Brooklyn Brewery’s Steve Hindy Can’t Get a Break on New Digs
The Village Voice, by Elizabeth Dwoskin, July 23, 2008

Albany 2008: The Search for More Money
The Capitol, by Rachel Breitman, July 22, 2008

Frustration brewing over disdain for industrial space
New York Daily News, by Steve Hindy, July 14, 2008

Diverse entrepreneurs are changing face of state’s small business
The Oklahoman, by Devona Walker, July 13, 2008

Fewer Children in Foster Care, but They Stay Longer
New York Times City Room blog, by Jennifer 8. Lee, July 10, 2008

Parents need some help, too
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, July 09, 2008

Brooklyn Brewery’s Hindy Rather Bitter Toward City
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom, June 24, 2008

Mom-and-pop industries face sticker shock
The Real Deal, by Lisa Abramowicz, June 20, 2008

The Hero (or Villain?) of the Red Hook Ikea
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Benjamin Popper, June 17, 2008

Helping Budding Foodies Through Kitchens on the Cheap
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom, June 04, 2008

Kitchen Incubators
CEOs for Cities Blog, June 03, 2008

TalkBack! with Hugh Hamilton
WBAI Radio (interview with CUF Project Director David Jason Fischer), June 03, 2008

Not Your Father’s Vocational Schools
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (interview with CUF project director David Jason Fischer), June 03, 2008

To Fix Economy, Start in the Classroom
The Street, by John Fout, May 28, 2008

Price Jumps Haven’t Dimmed City Homeownership
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, May 27, 2008

NYC Eyeballs Growing Game Industry
Kotaku, by Leigh Alexander, May 16, 2008

New Study Supports Strong Links Between Industry, Vocational Schools
New York 1, by Michael Meenan, May 15, 2008

Schools that work, in two ways
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, May 14, 2008

Casual developers rule New York
CasualGaming, by Michael French, May 13, 2008

Report: Gaming Industry Could Help City Economy
The New York Sun, by Benjamin Sarlin, May 13, 2008

New York Needs to Get Some Game
The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC (interview with CUF deputy director Tara Colton), May 13, 2008

Game Co.‘s Playing to Win but City’s a Tough Matc
City Limits, by Tara Colton, May 12, 2008

Report: New York City not welcoming to game developers
Ars Technica, by Michael Thompson, May 12, 2008

Can New York Close the Video-Game Gap?
New York Times City Room blog, by Sewell Chan, May 12, 2008

New York City’s Game Industry Blossoming Yet Choked By Weeds
GameCyte, by Sean Hollister, May 12, 2008

Study: New York City’s Game Industry Shows Potential
GameDaily, by James Brightman, May 12, 2008

NYC scores low in video games
Crain's New York Business, by Amanda Fung, May 12, 2008

Game City
Gotham Gazette, by Gail Robinson, May 12, 2008

And Survey Says… New Yorkers Don’t Got Game
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Dana Rubinstein, May 12, 2008

Study: Video Game Industry Promising for NYC Economy
The Associated Press, May 12, 2008

Study: NYC could get jobs boost from video games
amNewYork, by David Freedlander, May 12, 2008

NYC game development community slowly growing
Joystiq, by Alexander Sliwinski, May 12, 2008

The Ins and Outs of Merger Between Polytechnic, NYU
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Dennis Holt, May 02, 2008

As the Economy Worsens: Helping People Find Jobs
Gotham Gazette, by Michelle Chen, April 22, 2008

Bloomberg reshapes city, despite high profile setbacks
amNewYork, by David Freelander, April 11, 2008

Taxes Cut and Promises Unkept
The New York Times, by Clyde Haberman, March 21, 2008

Freelancer’s mecca: Self-employed flock to Brooklyn
New York Daily News, by Nancy L. Katz, March 18, 2008

Brooklyn, The Borough: The Two-Bedroom Studio
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Nicole Brydson, March 14, 2008

This Gun for Higher: Brooklyn Freelance Frenzy
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, March 11, 2008

For Creatives, a Haven’s Becoming a Headache
City Limits, by Michelle S. Han, March 10, 2008

Creatives Flocked to Brooklyn, Where to Next?
Gothamist, by Jen Carlson, March 07, 2008

Report: City Should Get Creative If It Wants To Retain Creative Types
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom,, March 06, 2008

Creative Brooklynites Gather at Forum
WNYC, by Matthew Schuerman, March 06, 2008

Creatives Flock to Bklyn, But Are They Endangered?
Brownstoner, March 06, 2008

Freelancers push for own zone
Metro New York, by Amy Zimmer, March 06, 2008

Real Estate Round-Up
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Jacqui Ryan, March 06, 2008

Brooklyn’s ‘Creative Crescent’ In Danger of A Drought
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lysandra Ohrstrom, March 05, 2008

Art as Personal Business in the City: Brooklyn’s Creative Freelance Economy
IFTF's Future Now, March 05, 2008

London losing financial bragging rights?
Marketplace, by Jill Barshay, February 29, 2008

New London Tax Law Could Be Boost for New York
The New York Sun, by Peter Kiefer, February 26, 2008

Report: Applause for Mayor’s Efforts—But Construction Still Very White, Male
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Lynsandra Ohrstom, February 13, 2008

Brooklyn Sees Greatest Gain in Number of Creative Freelancers
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Sarah Ryley, February 11, 2008

Culture Club
Time Magazine, by Richard Lacayo, January 17, 2008

Pass the Geritol, Sonny: it’s Gram-Hattan, 2030!
New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, January 15, 2008

New York City Sees 6-Percent Jump in Visitors
amNewYork, by David Freelander, January 14, 2008

Nixmary Brown Case Fallout Ups Time Kids Spend in Foster Care - Study
New York Daily News, by Kathleen Lucadamo, January 10, 2008

Child Welfare Cases Overwhelm Family Court, Report Finds
The New York Times, by Sewell Chan, January 10, 2008

Coming China Tourism Boom Could Fill the City’s Coffers
The New York Sun, by Thomas Fernandez, January 08, 2008

Census Shows Many Leaving New York
The New York Sun, by Tatyana Gershkovich, December 27, 2007

Call for Change in New York
Inside Higher Ed, December 18, 2007

Immigrants Would Thrive With More English Classes
Newsday, by Tara Colton, December 16, 2007

The Graying of the City: Young Families Fleeing New York
New York Observer, by Tom Acitelli, December 11, 2007

New York Shopping: Chains and Bargains
Gotham Gazette, by Gail Robinson, December 10, 2007

Immigrant Retail Biz on Rise
Queens Times Ledger, by Jeremy Walsh, December 06, 2007

Rockefeller Foundation Announces First Award Recipients of NYC Cultural Innovation
Reuters,, December 06, 2007

Little Odessa: A Russian Mecca That Smells Just Like Home
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, December 04, 2007

NY Business Community Says the State’s Competitiveness Is At Risk; Groups Cite Lack of English Instr
The Legislative Gazette, by Kelly Chase, December 03, 2007

Out-of-towners Flocking to Ethnic Shopping Districts in Boroughs
New York Daily News, by Veronika Belenkaya, Jess Wisloski and Christina Boyle, December 03, 2007

Facing A Failure to Communicate
Albany Times Union, by Paul Grondhal, December 01, 2007

Why Don’t You Teach English?
El Diario/LA PRENSA, November 29, 2007

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