The only good way to end New York state's fiscal crisis is job creation and economic growth -- but much of state government doesn't seem to have gotten the message.
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This op-ed appeared in The Capitol on June 29, 2010.
Energy costs are high in New York State - nearly twice the national average. This is a major dr...
The Buffalo News published this op-ed on June 28, 2010
Every region of New York State has a lot to gain from Albany's recent decision to adopt Gov. D...
With health care out of the way, regulation of the financial industry tops the reform agenda in Washington. New York has a lot on the line.
Queens County Economic Forecast
Speech to the Long Island City Business Development Corporation
March 18, 2010
While the focus of the Queens Econom...
Bloomberg has consistently focused on quality of life as an underpinning of his public policy and investment decisions. Nowhere is this more true than with the city's Department of Transportation.
On Thursday, hundreds protested across the street from where Mayor Bloomberg lives against his proposals to force mass closings of public schools. Members of the NYPD were taking pictures.
For small business, the recession will be a difficult trial, but it may turn out to provide the wake up call that New York City and State needed to support entrepreneurial companies.
From a business perspective, nothing could be worse during this period of economic uncertainty than the chaos and instability that have characterized New York state government during the past two years.
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