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Street hawkers in India’s capital fear a repeat of earlier rules that imposed heavy fines and limited outdoor cooking, Al Jazeera reports.
The planned facility would feature affordable co-working space and access to digital education and funding opportunities, Choose Brisbane says.
Strengthening private-sector expansion in cities offers the best pathway toward economic opportunity, a new World Bank report says.
Mayor Rubik Danilovich is on a mission to transform this Israeli desert outpost into a beehive of innovation and entrepreneurship, Forbes reports.
From Lagos to Lahore, urbanization and growing economies are fueling a rise in startup ventures, CityAM reports.
The district near the main campus of the University of the Witwatersrand could rehabilitate the neighborhood of Braamfontein, The Conversation says.
Balanga seeks to emulate how the gambling mecca diversified its economy with startups, restaurants and a brewery, the Reno-Gazette Journal reports.
Cities can attract new ventures by keeping pace with fast-changing technology and connecting early-stage businesses to investors, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Los Angeles will increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020 in an effort to lift 600,000 out of poverty, the Los Angeles Times reports.
An “Idea Bank” would give Johannesburg’s poor a place to “deposit” business concepts in search of mentoring and funding, UrbanAfrica.net reports.
Mayor Martin Walsh is engaging the public, corporations and universities on ideas such as nontraditional classroom environments, the Boston Globe reports.
The Big Apple may offer mediation to resolve rent disputes and extend leases temporarily for owners facing steep rent hikes, the AP reports.
Mayor Robert Garcia wants to transform his working-class city into a haven for tech startups, the Los Angeles Times reports.