June 2008 Posts
Today, along with Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's Office, Good Jobs New York released subsidy snapshots, user-friendly maps of Manhattan firms that have received job-creation or retention subsidies.
Home Depot is spending $2.4 million on a Wichita, Kansas store that won’t ever open. The struggling home-improvement retailer announced last month that it is closing 15 stores and canceling plans to open 50 new ones – including the Wichita location.
Over the years, the reputation of ethanol has swung from one extreme to another.
Our friends at the Partnership for Working Families (PWF) and its affiliate organizations do amazing work. So it’s not surprising they are winning big victories – most recently in Pittsburgh and San Francisco, and hopefully another in San Jose this fall.
With Governor Granholm’s support, both houses of Michigan’s legislature recently approved creation of a tax credit to offset the energy costs of Hemlock Semiconductor, a company seen as key to the state’s high tech future.