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The prosperity principle

It’s possible CEOs truly recognize the wage plight of lower-paid American workers and believe it’s in their own interest--and the nation’s--to do something about it.

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Slow starter

Start-Up NY’s meager results make the case for broad-based tax relief even stronger.

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Brexit and us

Even indirectly, Brexit could have significance for the regional economy.

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A very small step

In the last days of the legislative session, few thought leaders would take action on ethics reform, yet they did.

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A win for downtown

WinnCompanies remains committed to the Sibley Building, and this week officially launched its $200 million redevelopment project.

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The productivity puzzle

Slow productivity growth has marked the period since the recovery began a half-dozen years ago.

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Stuck at the curb

How do you solve a problem like Uber and Lyft? New York lawmakers have been grappling with that question.

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Zero tolerance

Ethics reform remains talk only. And the window is closing on this legislative session, which is due to end in less than a month.

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Broken ladder

Manufacturing employment is the key to long-term prosperity.

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The Silver sentence

In Albany, there has been much talk about getting tough on corruption, but little action. Not so in federal court.

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Skepticism is cheap

Even the skeptics must be impressed with the redevelopment activity under way in downtown Rochester today.

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Those are the breaks

It’s no surprise that many believe a system with broader-based rates and without a multitude of breaks would be more equitable.

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Sweet spot

What if the conventional wisdom about Rochester these days is wrong? Would we believe it?

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Mixed message

For the second straight year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and lawmakers in Albany stretched the definition of “on-time.”

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