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Tech spin: A tour of New York City's new bike share program

May 31, 2013
Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson takes New York City's new bike share program for a spin.
Posted In: New York City, bike sharing, bike, public transportation
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Shopkeepers don't buy NYC's bike business pitch

May 28, 2013
As New York rolls out its bike-share program, it's also been pushing the case that bikes are good for local businesses. But is it as good as the city claims?
Posted In: Transportation, bike sharing, New York City, bicycle
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Freedom Tower enters crowded New York market to lure broadcaster antennas

May 21, 2013
Before 9/11, many local TV broadcasters transmitted from the World Trade Center. Now, they are being wooed back, but there's competition from other skyscrapers.
Posted In: news media, media, New York City, 9/11
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New York tech scene celebrates Tumblr purchase

May 21, 2013
Members of the New York City's tech scene are celebrating the announcement that Yahoo will buy the NY-based blogging service Tumblr.
Posted In: Yahoo, tumblr, New York City, Silicon Valley, Tech
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Rating Stefon's favorite clubs for business viability

May 17, 2013
Comedian Bill Hader’s exit from "Saturday Night Live" prompted us to ask, "Would Stefon's clubs work out in the real world?"
Posted In: Saturday Night Live, nightlife, television, New York City
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Paid sick leave coming to New York City

May 9, 2013
New York's City Council has approved a bill requiring employers with 15 or more employees to offer five paid sick days per year to their employees. The bill, passed by a veto-proof majority, is the latest in a series of cities to take up the idea.
Posted In: sickness, labor, New York City
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As One World Trade Center rises, will its offices also fill up?

Apr 29, 2013
One World Trade in New York City will be the western hemisphere’s tallest building. But it has leased only half its space, and there are three more buildings to come.
Posted In: WTC1, world trade center, New York City
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Pop-up trucks charge New York City kids to store cellphones during school

Apr 29, 2013
Ever since New York City banned electronic devices in public schools, a cottage industry has emerged: Charging kids a dollar a day to hold their phones during class.
Posted In: New York, New York City, Cellphones, Education
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NYC parking nightmare could get worse, fines for painting curbs

Apr 18, 2013
Parking can be so bad in New York City, some frustrated residents have taken to reserving spots by painting the curb. Now, they could see higher fines.
Posted In: parking, New York City
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Mayor Bloomberg is "nobody's puppet." But is he a muppet?

Apr 2, 2013
Michael Bloomberg says he can't be bought by special interests, but a cozy relationship with Miss Piggy suggests he may bow to 'festive interests.'
Posted In: Michael Bloomberg, New York City

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