Economic & Business Climate

Kodak's New Focus Highlighted on NPR

WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward produced a story about the current state of Kodak and its hopes for the future. The story aired nationwide during Wednesday's Morning Edition.

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$788 Million Awarded as All 10 Regions Get Economic Development Money

WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports all ten regions competing for economic development money were awarded some portion of $788 million dollars in a ceremony led by Governor Cuomo.

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Study Touting Economic Benefits of Fracking Skips Over NYS

WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward says an industry-backed study says shale-gas extraction will continue to be a boon for the U.S. economy.

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Governor Cuomo Announces Economic Development Grant Winners

Governor Cuomo announced today the four winners among ten regions of New York State who submitted plans for economic development money.

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Innovation Conversation: Following the Power Lines

WXXI's Innovation Trail hosted an hour-long discussion about energy and where it comes from - "Innovation Conversation: Following the Power Lines."

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DEC Extends Public Comment Period on Fracking

WXXI Innovation Trail reporter Zack Seward explains the state DEC is bowing to pressure from environmental groups in extending the public comment period on its draft hydrofracking regulations.

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Last Chance to Submit Your Fracking Questions to New York NOW

WXXI's Innovation Trail and New York NOW are hosting a special question and answer session about hydrofracking with NY Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens.

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Is a Strong Social Safety Net Helping Boost Canada's Economy?

In a special series, WXXI News Partner North Country Public Radio has reporter Brian Mann traveling in Ontario, talking about the very different impact of the recession north of the border.

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Report: New Yorkers Face Smaller Incomes, Fewer Opportunities

WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt reports a think tank studied employment and other data and concluded that $31 billion a year was lost in the three year economic slump in New York State.

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