From yesterday's issue) UN told Inner City
Press no meeting was scheduled.
com)-- The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
(ICIC) and FORTUNE Magazine have selected Durante Rentals to the 2015 Inner City
100, a list of the fastest-growing inner city
businesses in the U.
The Con-Lib Dem coalition on Birmingham City Council, when it decided to implement a ring of spy cameras around the inner city
areas of Birmingham, decided it did not need to consult the inner city
A pedestrian friendly and walkable urban environment is the vision for Joburg s inner city
, with wider pavements and a network of public spaces.
Because a central aim of the MRA project has been to gain an appreciation of day-to-day life in Winnipeg's inner city
from the perspective of those who live there, much of our work has taken a participatory action research and/or ethnographic form.
Colorlab Cosmetics was ranked 64 on the 2007 ICIC-Inc Magazine Inner City
100 list which identifies the 100 fastest growing inner-city companies in America.
The retailers will be part of the Inner City
Retail Advisory Group, formed by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
(ICIC), a not-for-profit organization based in Boston.
Isaacs, outgoing executive director of the Inner City
Law Center, will begin her job in November.
Matthew Lee, executive editor of the South Bronx-based Inner City
Press and editor of the in-depth newsletter Inner City
Opinion, last month won a major court decision that declared unconstitutional Delaware's residency requirements for those requesting public records.
This year's Inner City
100 winners are located in inner cities, but their performance ranks them among the best-performing companies operating from any location, including central business districts," said Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
President and CEO Dorothy Terrell.
Numerous African American families have struggled for generations with persistent poverty, especially in the inner city
That finding is contained in a study--"State of the Inner City
Economies"--from the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
(ICIC), a not-for-profit organization founded by Michael Porter, a Harvard Business School professor.