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In today’s New York, economic development has become almost synonymous with gentrification, with communities often fearing new projects will mean displacement of long-time residents. That’s the current vibe in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, where the city plans to revive the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal by the end of 2016. The city plans to […]
In an effort to quell Silicon Alley’s diversity problem, the city unveiled last month a new program that will bring computer science to all public school students by 2025. Computer Science for All will take $81 million of public-private monies to implement over the next decade. But experts believe the […]
When Mark Egerman’s wife, Alisha, gave birth to their first daughter, Shirin, in late May, he took six weeks off from work to spend time with his new family. Egerman, co-founder of Cover, a New York-based restaurant mobile payment startup, also wanted to show his employees that it was okay […]
Recent research shows New York City’s booming tech industry leads in workplace diversity, employing more women than Silicon Valley. But a new Dadaviz chart says the city that bills itself as the Silicon Valley of the East falls behind in producing women-led startups. Other evidence, though, says female entrepreneurs in […]