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Doormen pact signals bigger union payouts

12:01 a.m.The economic and political winds have suddenly shifted dramatically in favor of the city’s municipal unions. The beneficiaries will be New York’s workforce, and the costs will be borne by taxpayers. Everyone can thank—or maybe blame—the city’s ... [Published Crains NY Business - 15 hours ago]
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Port Authority drives toward on-ramp to reform

After a long, cold winter, a thaw appears to finally be afoot at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Some of the embattled bistate agency's most formidable watchdogs were invited to the authority's Manhattan headquarters on Monday to air their ... [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
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Office yoga: Talk about flexible hours

Yoga is the latest perk catching on with corporate America. But some workers call it a stretch for the office."People say they don't feel comfortable changing into workout clothes, or they don't want to look bad in front of people who report to them," ... [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
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Real estate boom bites nonprofits

Time is running out for the Touro College and University System.It has just three months to find 300,000 square feet of affordable space in Manhattan so it can keep its campus together.The odds don't look good. The school has been on the hunt for two ... [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
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Officials 'air' their plan differences

12:01 a.m.When de Blasio administration officials met at City Hall recently to hear a pitch about spurring development in a city where affordable, vacant land is scarce, two top mayoral aides were in their element: Both had promulgated proposals to harness ... [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
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A charter lesson to lift public schools

There is a heated debate in New York City about how public resources are allotted to charter schools. Regardless of where one stands on this issue, we can find common ground when it comes to bringing some of the innovative aspects of charter schools into ... [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

Editorial: Mayor Bill de Blasio's horse sense

Poll: Who’s right on carriage horses: Bill de Blasio or Liam Neeson?Poll: Would you ride a 'Horseless eCarriage'?Shortly before Bill de Blasio's inauguration, the mayor-elect told reporters that he was going to euthanize the city's 80-year-old licensed ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
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Less is more for VCs investing in biotech

Even in an off-quarter, biotech showed itself to be a key driver of New York's growing tech sector, and that momentum will need to continue in the face of stiff market headwinds.Venture-capital investment in medical and biotech startups dipped slightly ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Property data giant CoStar calls rival CompStak a thief

CoStar Group, the largest database and information provider in the country for the commercial real estate industry, has launched an anti-piracy lawsuit that a rising competitor says could upend its business.Nearly two weeks ago, CoStar won an order in ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

De Blasio, tax-credit critic, praises film and TV subsidies

2:14 p.m.At an event announcing the new city commissioner for film and television, Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to retain and grow the city’s production industry, while praising the state's current system of film tax credits.“I think the current tax structure ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Pier 26 lands new education, research center

A new educational facility will be built on Hudson River Park's Pier 26, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday. The Pier 26 Estuarium, which will also be used for research purposes will focus on the Hudson River Estuary, where ocean and fresh water meet ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
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Broker sees more upside downtown

Bradley Gerla, 55, has worked as a leasing broker in lower Manhattan for 30 years and has seen the rise of the neighborhood's popularity among office tenants because of its mix of quality buildings, cheap rents and such amenities as new retail space and ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]

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Client Nedim Aruz, co-founder of media agency Good Apple Digital, said, "We wanted an activity that was more mind- and body-focused—not just going to the bar and drinking."
"We wanted to test the concept by focusing on commercial districts," Mr. Fisher said, "but there's probably a way to include a housing component."
"What landlords want is a tech startup that has $20 million in venture-capital money" said Carlo Altomare, founder of Alchemical Theatre Laboratory, a performance and rehearsal space
"We're definitely looking at a softening in the public market for biotech," said Greg Vlahos, a partner in PwC specializing in Life Sciences. "We don't expect huge numbers coming through from investment either."

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Office yoga: Talk about flexible hours [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
Port Authority drives toward on-ramp to reform [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
A charter lesson to lift public schools [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
Officials 'air' their plan differences [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
Real estate boom bites nonprofits [Published Crains NY Business - 16 hours ago]
Less is more for VCs investing in biotech [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
De Blasio, tax-credit critic, praises film and ... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
Property data giant CoStar calls rival CompStak... [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
Pier 26 lands new education, research center [Published Crains NY Business - Apr 18 2014]
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