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Long Island City.
Lawmakers infuriated by Amazon’s HQ2 announcement want to overhaul the state’s economic development policies.
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Can New York City still achieve the tech growth it had hoped for?
Tech companies are adding jobs in NYC.
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Platform tiles being replaced by MTA employees.
The state Legislature should impose reforms to the MTA’s late and over-budget practices
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Amazon.
It's been two months since Amazon pulled out of its HQ2 deal in Long Island City but New Yorkers are still pining for the tech giant's unlikely return.
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Micro cellular 3G, 4G, 5G base station.
New York needs to develop the infrastructure to support the tech sector
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A Brooklyn film set.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggested that critics of tax breaks for Amazon shouldn’t support the state’s tax credit program for the film and television industry.
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Props inverting Amazon's trademark logo were a mainstay at numerous protests against the company's proposed HQ2 in Queens last year.
A new college poll reveals most New Yorkers were sad to see Amazon abandon its HQ2 plans
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Amazon.
Attention has turned back to the company's warehouse labor conditions
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Amazon headquarters located in Silicon Valley.
Some are still begging for Amazon to come back, but their approach to winning the next HQ2 might need some adjustments.
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Jumaane Williams during the second televised public advocate debate
The new public advocate has a few tech positions up his sleeve.
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