Daily Clips: February 16, 2010

02/16/2010

Here are today’s news clips:

A Hive Buzzing with New Media Startups
Crain’s
The Hive at 55 is the newest facility in the city offering shared office space–and, at 4,000 square feet, one of the biggest.

Feds Still on Fence, But Council Resolution Is Clear: Move 9/11 Trials
Tribeca Trib
Downtown Alliance President Elizabeth Berger, local politicians, businesses leaders and residents testified Friday at a City Council hearing on the proposed 9/11 terror trials.

NYC Transit testing subway arrival notification program on A, C lines
The New York Daily News
Transit officials are quietly trying out a new system to notify subway passengers when the next train is arriving.

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