In his weekly radio speech Sunday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg touted the city's newest initiative to attract tech talent -- NYU's Center for Urban Science and Progress.
CUSP, which opened its doors last Thursday in Brooklyn, will work in the field of "urban infomatics," analyzing data about cities. The center is partnering with companies such as IBM and Microsoft, the mayor said.
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Tech is one of the fastest growing and most lucrative industries in the city, but Gotham needs to get better at bringing top talent here, according to a new study.
The Big Apple is behind other cities when it comes to attracting the best engineers, computer experts and other tech whiz kids, said the report by Aon, a human resources consulting firm, and The Partnership for New York City, a...Read more »