Thursday, January 19, 2012



*  131-year-old Eastman Kodak Company, based in Rochester, filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy this morning, the Associated Press reports:

* The Committee to Save New York, a pro-business coalition formed to support Gov. Andrew Cuomo's agenda, spent more than $12 million supporting the governor's budget this year, the New York Times reports:  

* Cuomo's budget plan to stop state funding for Roswell Park Cancer Institute over the next two years is raising eyebrows among hospital administrators concerned the timeline is unrealistic, Buffalo News reports:

* City Comptroller John Liu's campaign returned more than $75,000 in donations, including $16,000 raised by bundler Yi Xia, a Queens developer building a $100 million complex in Flushing, the Wall Street Journal writes:

* Unions, including the United Federation of Teachers, DC 37, and the Retail and Wholesale Department Store Union, gave more than $58,300 to John Liu's 2013 mayoral campaign over the past weeks, the Post reports:

* Days after New York City property tax assessments were scheduled for release, the Finance Department's computer program to assess taxes keeps "crashing," preventing completion of the rolls, the Daily News writes:

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