Leadings members of the business community said New York City’s economic future depended heavily on whether or not Bill de Blasio would continue Bloomberg’s support for the tech industry and tax credits at a panel discussion on the future of New York today. The annual Crain’s and Partnership for New […]
Author: Jeannie Choi
In a tiny office space at a WeWork building in the financial district, David Yoo and Dino Ha look just like the hundreds of other startups operating in the popular coworking space. But unlike the startups at WeWork, both Yoo and Ha work for South Korea-based startups and are in […]
As Mayor Bloomberg leaves office, New York City’s tech industry is dreading the day it loses its most vocal public ally. And it has no one to blame but itself.
A small number of startups have put Queens on the map as a potential place for the city’s expanding tech industry. Local advocates and business leaders believe the borough’s immigrant population—combined with affordable real estate and the promise of better amenities—could attract more companies to join its nascent tech scene and generate more jobs.