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De Blasio Taps Business Commissioner to Replace Bloomberg EDC Head

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today he was replacing New York City Economic Development Corporation President Kyle Kimball—who left the position earlier this year after being one of the few Bloomberg administration officials to survive the regime change—with Small Business Services Commissioner  300 more words

Meet 10 budding tech stars who aren't even 20 years old

When Raquel Hosein was 16 years old, she fell down a flight of stairs and hit her head. The injury led to chronic seizures. Many, if not most, teenagers might find the newfound ailment to be debilitating. 641 more words


Inside the Brooklyn Army Terminal

Let me be the first to point out that the Brooklyn Army Terminal is far from abandoned. It’s actually one of the most vibrant hubs of industry remaining on a Brooklyn waterfront that was once dominated by factories, warehouses, and refineries, many of which have  953 more words


NYC Will Continue to Lag in Broadband

It’s no secret that the buzziest sector of New York’s economy has been tech, which has made its way to the number two spot in the city’s portfolio of industries, according to a report by South Mountain Economics, prepared for the Bloomberg Technology Summit. 702 more words


NYC Tech Talent Draft Virtual Panel

Last week I (Emma) was honored to participate in a virtual panel for NYC Tech Talent Draft program run by NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). 192 more words


Air Rights for Affordable Housing: City Pitches LIC Development Deal Swap

The city is, for the first time, offering a new deal to developers of affordable housing: free air rights. The Economic Development Corporation has issued request for proposals that makes developers a novel pitch: development rights, at no cost, in exchange for a “permanently affordable housing program that maximizes both the number of housing units and the level of affordability,” according to the EDC. 399 more words

Is The Coffee Business Getting More Competitive?

What’s your favorite coffee shop?

10 years ago, it seems like the only realistic answer to that question was Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. At the… 1,161 more words