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10.6.14 - Mid Hudson Medical Group and Mount Kisco Medical Group have announced plans to combine

"We see two important and high-quality organizations coming together to improve the delivery of services even more and becoming more efficient and more competitive," said Ron Hicks, Dutchess County deputy commissioner for strategic planning and development.

Read the full Poughkeepsie Journal article here

10.1.14 - Levanduski: Watkins Glen race season delivered thrills

Watkins Glen International has successful 2014 season, with attendance increases in its two biggest events

Read the full Elmira Star-Gazette Story here

10.1.14 - Success Academy CEO Eva Moskowitz offers principal training for traditional city schools

"Success Academy C.E.O. Eva Moskowitz announced Tuesday she will open her schools to principals of the city's traditional district schools for the first time, a major shift for the network away from its normally hostile relationship with the de Blasio administration's Department of Education."

Read the full Capital New York story here

9.30.14 - Every economist you’ve ever heard of thinks Uber and Lyft could boost consumer welfare

"Letting car services such as Uber or Lyft compete with taxi firms on equal footing regarding genuine safety and insurance requirements, but without restrictions on prices or routes, raises consumer welfare."

Read the full Washington Post story here

9.30.14 - Power line to create jobs, not lose them

"The project will create an average of 300 construction jobs during the approximately four-year construction period. In 2013, TDI, the company developing the project, signed a memorandum of understanding with labor unions, including the Laborers' International Union of North America that ensures union labor will be used to complete the project."

Read the full Journal News letter to the editor here

9.30.14 - Freelancers Union reaches deal with Empire

"We took time to understand what lay ahead," said Sara Horowitz, executive director of Freelancers Union, and its founder almost 20 years ago. "Now we're taking the opportunity created by the ACA to go to scale."

Read full Crain's New York story here

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