New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo would likely welcome participation in a select debate. And he would forcefully argue in that venue that tight-fisted government lending to businesses is less a fiscally responsible and safeguarding measure for taxpayers than it is a short-sighted and materially harmful strategy.
Google follows Amazon.
Up and down. Wax and wane. Advance and retreat.
Message to Queens landlords and residential property developers: Keep building, and quicken the pace. Amazon is coming.
The annual New York City DealBook business conference held last week included an illuminating session involving input from established entrepreneurs regarding commercial challenges and success. The New York Times posed a number of relevant questions to proven business players, soliciting their responses concerning the mindset and attendant strategies necessary to breed sustained company success. Following are a few of the essentially gleaned points.
First things first.
Business creation is a lofty and challenging ambition for any entrepreneur, even one with considerable energy and the smarts to make an impact in a given industry.
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