• News

Unlikely minimum wage workers to join the fight for higher wages

New York City’s workers outside of the fast food industry might be next in...

Local Manufacturers use New York Tech to Sell their Brand

Small manufacturers in New York competing with larger producers have made...

Home Rule will Extend to Counties in Min Wage Battle

Senators involved with the New York State minimum wage bill have confirmed...

  • Tech

New York Doesn’t Like to Share

Last week San Francisco created a legal framework for short-term rental...

For Roosevelt Island Businesses,Tech Campus Stirs Mixed Emotions

For the tech world, Cornell NYC Tech’s launch on Roosevelt Island in 2017...

South Korean Startups Come to New York to Secure U.S. Funding

In a tiny office space at a WeWork building in the financial district, David...

  • Election

Fresh Incentives in the Mayor’s Race

The Bloomberg administration’s $130 million subsidy of grocery-delivery company FreshDirect became a flash point in a recent mayoral debate when, on a question about job creation, Joe Lhota criticized Bill de Blasio’s disapproval of the subsidy.

Revamp EDC? It is under way

Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio’s lofty goal of leveling inequality suggests big changes at the Economic Development Corporation. But his broad policies won’t bring sweeping transformation — the EDC is spreading out its resources without him.

Bill de Blasio Plans to Implement Inclusionary Zoning if Elected

Mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio has ambitious plans to reshape the inequalities in the real estate market by mandating developers to build affordable housing.