Gov. Dannel Malloy believes the state is now well poised to recover some of the growth lost in the so-called “Great Recession.”
Governor Rick Perry is in New York to lure corporations to the “Lone Star State,” and decided to invite Gov. Andrew Cuomo to defend what he calls our unfriendly business climate.
Ahead of the vote, Democrat Bill de Blasio and Republican Joe Lhota each sat down for one-on-one interviews with WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb to discuss the key issues impacting voters this election season.
Despite an aggressive campaign of job creation, a new report shows that New York City’s unemployment rate has risen to 10 percent– the same rate seen during the height of the recession in September 2009.
Malloy praised Connecticut lawmakers early Thursday for stepping up and working to help him address the state’s budget crisis. He also warned there is more work to be done, calling for a special session.
Jobless New Jersey residents may soon be able to receive training from potential employers without jeopardizing their unemployment benefits.
In a campaign-style speech in Brooklyn on Wednesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said, “when it comes to creating jobs the government hasn’t gotten the job done.”
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — In Connecticut, the secretary of the state’s office is not typically known for job creation. But the major party candidates vying to become the state’s next chief elections official have spent […]