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Analyst @asymco: tech #innovation has potential to revolutionize #healthcare, #education + transportation @WashPost
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A look at the top 25 most socially engaged companies on @LinkedIn shows that building relationships really matters
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.@WSJ: #Crowdfunding can be a way to jumpstart small projects – but can help fund early stage #pharma research?
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.@BostonFed's Eric Rosengren & @Living_Cities's @benhecht discuss how #Fed can go beyond easing to help communities
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MT @FastCoDesign: A new report on urban walkability finds hope in L.A.'s recent rail investments: #cities
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MT @Marketplace: China's #economy grew 7.5% this spring – faster than most economists expected. How they did it:
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INFOGRAPHIC: The future of #edtech – 65% of today's grade school kids will end up in jobs that don't exist yet
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Right at the intersection of #tech + #healthcare, @Google teams up w/ @Novartis on a smart contact lens via @Forbes
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RT @Nielsen: By 2025, top 600 cities will make up 50% of global GDP. Businesses that thrive will enable urbanization
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MT @UsNews: In the '50s, doctors sometimes wouldn't tell patients if they had cancer. @leonardkl explains why #health
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2014-07-18 18:17:55

Bloomberg Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said new community development initiatives to spur cooperation between cities and businesses can go beyond monetary easing as a way to support lower-income Americans amid an economic recovery that’s still incomplete… Funding comes from sources including the Ford Foundation, Living Cities Inc., the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership and the state government. The Boston Fed provides management and staff support. It does not provide funding.

2014-07-13 21:11:19
Chronicle of Philanthropy As participants learn from early social-impact bonds, the time it takes to work out the contracts should decrease, according to Mr. Hecht, who says that it took almost a decade of experimentation for low-income housing tax credits to become an efficient tool. "They’re costly to produce," he says of the early pay-for-success contracts. "Those who work on them, like us, are investing the money and time because we want to create the market and accelerate its development, not because we think they’re smart and efficient transactions right now."
2014-06-25 20:19:33
Living Cities The Living Cities 2013 annual report microsite focuses on the ways Living Cities is helping ambitious leaders disrupt inequality – through new ways of working, focusing on outcomes, leveraging capital, and working to accelerate the adoption and pace of needle-moving change.
2014-06-10 16:17:18
Fast Co. Exist Working from a combination of grants and loans from Living Cities and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Corridor of Opportunities project brought people together from government, non-profits, businesses, and the local community to collaborate on developing the Green transit line (and other future lines like it) a little differently.
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