The City of Ithaca: Cultural Magnet
The emergence of a dynamic campus Students /Scholars cultural base established on the Twin Academic Manor Houses of Cornell University and Ithaca College has historically facilitated a very positive off - campus entertainment, arts, theatre, crafts, home industrial business, publishing-literary culture, and most recent fashions service industries in the adjacent Ithaca / Tompkins county communities - with an exceptional sophisticated sociocultural environment. The real need for additional promotion market attraction of insourcing capital through Ithaca / Tompkins county based purchases and entertainment paying patronages are to offset increasing captial restraints caused by recent economic trends. This is the business community goal of this online community news.
The promotional - The City of Ithaca, New York as a Cultural Magnet Destination City within the Tri - State Region of New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania came about in 2003 in developing the Ithaca Night Life ( NightLife ), NY website, and then the subsequent creation of the Ithaca Night Life ( NightLife ), NY OnLine Publications, D.B.A., Ithaca, New York established 2007.
The need to promote Ithaca / Tompkins County as a cultural magnet is based upon present inter - city competitions for the same regional consumer visitor traffic within the Tri - State region, and Ontario, Canada. It is this campaign which is promoted directly through the InterNet by the present acknowledged recognized established system of Inter - City Cultural Communications website programs between selected global cities and Ithaca, New York. This as well as the goals to which are now working online publications are now being followed up through the additional InterCultural Communications WebSite Program now being implemented on the InterNet.
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ITHACA, N.Y., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- As part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced mobile devices and applications, AT&T* today announced the activation of a new 3G cell site on the Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) campus in Dryden that will enhance coverage for students, faculty, and staff. It also expands 3G service for residents and area businesses along the Route 13 corridor between Cortland and Ithaca. With 3G speeds, AT&T customers can surf the Web, download files faster, and enjoy the very latest interactive mobile applications.
The new cell site is one part of AT&T's ongoing efforts to drive innovation and extend its 3G wireless network – the fastest in the nation, according to independent testing. It is also part of AT&T's ongoing investment to build the broadband networks that will fuel economic growth and create jobs, and enable its customers to quickly access the content, applications and services that matter most to them.
"Delivering dependable wireless coverage for consumers and business customers who need to stay connected to work, family and friends is our ultimate objective," said William Leahy, vice president of Atlantic region legislative and regulatory affairs for AT&T. "Our ongoing investments in the state will help us ensure that our customers have access to the wireless services that help drive economic growth."
"We are thrilled to continue expanding and enhancing our wireless network for our customers in the area," said Robert Holliday, vice president and general manager for AT&T upstate New York. "We know that demand for wireless bandwidth is growing, whether it's for sharing videos and photos with friends, watching movies, checking the latest scores, or listening to music on a phone, netbook or other mobile device on the go."
AT&T recently completed a software upgrade at 3G cell sites nationwide that prepares the nation's fastest 3G network for even faster speeds. The deployment of High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) 7.2 technology is the first of multiple initiatives in AT&T's network enhancement strategy designed to provide customers with an enhanced mobile broadband experience, both today and well into the future. Faster 3G speeds are scheduled to become available in 2010 and 2011 on a market by market basis as AT&T combines the new technology with our second initiative to dramatically increase the number of high-speed backhaul connections to cell sites, primarily with fiber-optic connections, adding capacity from cell sites to the AT&T backbone network.
AT&T's 3G mobile broadband network is based on the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) family of technologies that includes GSM and UMTS, the most open and widely used wireless network platforms in the world. AT&T offers 3G data roaming in more than 115 countries, as well as voice calling in more than 220 countries.
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Economic Stablization of Ithaca / Tompkins County
By Mr. Roger M. Christian Publisher, Ithaca, New York
Today as several businesses are now closing their doors, hundreds of thousands who just lost their jobs as a result who are mostly middle class white color workers are flocking to the college campuses to be retrained;The new academic growth market. This is especially true for those academic institutions which are state---thus less expensive--- owned. Here in Ithaca Cornell University has a large 'public' State University of New York structure which exist parallel to its 'private' Arts and Science academic structure.
Presently tuitions and academic service costs are going up to make up for massive losses in the various University foundation base once supported by financiers who are now going broke. Ithaca College is going through the same process, but as a result of not having a state support SUNY structure, which Cornell has, presently several administrators are investigating what to do next;they too will make increased tuitions and academic services cost as well.
None-the-less, Ithaca still has some security - though not as strong as it was Pre October 2008. Is this an era of opportunity? What can be done next? And how others are going to stay a float as many local businesses are seeing decreases in sales is the main corporate anxiety of all Ithaca / Tompkins County.
It was in review of the recent Economic Impact Research Report conducted by Cornell University which indicates two elements.
One: Secure additional stable investment base of available reserve capital for emergency credits and investments.
Two: Development of New Industries designed for community economic self-dependency.
Thus the following are some the conclusions now made with full advised intent.
This means as the first year goal.
$ 270 Million in Credit Reserves:
Issue of financial emergency credits to local businesses to assists in their operating costs, only, based upon the ratio of yearly inventory / yearly sales and a requiring a minimum three year business operating period.
$ 60 Million in Foundation Credit Reserves:
Issue of emergency support bolstering credits for operating costs, only, to academic foundations based upon a ten year track of recievership and credit review of their funders' stability.
$ 330 Million total.
Where is the money coming from?
Redirected desposits [ 'citizens' capital repatriotation' ] into Tompkins County Trust, Alternative Federal Credit Union, and Cornell Federal Credit Union from accounts held actively by local community at local branch national banks. There exists $ 2 1/2 billion minimum which could be transfered.
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President Bush And World Leaders Agree On The Washington Declaration
To Address Current Financial Crisis
Today, President Bush and world leaders gathered for the first in a series of meetings to discuss efforts to strengthen economic growth, deal with the financial crisis, and to lay the foundation for reform to help to ensure that a similar crisis does not happen again. Since the outbreak of this crisis, the world's leading nations have coordinated actions more closely than ever before. Thanks in large part to these decisive measures, once frozen global credit markets are beginning to thaw and businesses around the world are gaining access to essential short-term financing. This problem did not develop overnight, and it will not be solved overnight. No single nation will be able to fix this crisis, but with continued cooperation and determination, it will be solved as long as we are steadfast in our commitment to reforming our financial sectors and maintaining free and open markets.
Today's Summit achieved five key objectives. The leaders: Reached a common understanding of the root causes of the global crisis; Reviewed actions countries have taken and will take to address the immediate crisis and strengthen growth; Agreed on common principles for reforming our financial markets;Launched an action plan to implement those principles and asked ministers to develop further specific recommendations that will be reviewed by leaders at a subsequent summit; and Reaffirmed their commitment to free market principles.
The leaders agreed that immediate steps could be taken or considered to restore growth and support emerging market economies by: Continuing to take whatever further actions are necessary to stabilize the financial system; Recognizing the importance of monetary policy support and using fiscal measures, as appropriate; Providing liquidity to help unfreeze credit markets; and Ensuring that the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and other multilateral development banks (MDBs) have sufficient resources to assist developing countries affected by the crisis, as well as provide trade and infrastructure financing.
The Leaders Agreed On Common Principles To Guide Financial Market Reform:
Strengthening transparency and accountability by enhancing required disclosure on complex financial products; ensuring complete and accurate disclosure by firms of their financial condition; and aligning incentives to avoid excessive risk-taking.
Promoting integrity in financial markets by preventing market manipulation and fraud, helping avoid conflicts of interest, and protecting against use of the financial system to support terrorism, drug trafficking, or other illegal activities.
Reinforcing international cooperation by making national laws and regulations more consistent and encouraging regulators to enhance their coordination and cooperation across all segments of financial markets.
Reforming international financial institutions (IFIs) by modernizing their governance and membership so that emerging market economies and developing countries have greater voice and representation, by working together to better identify vulnerabilities and anticipate stresses, and by acting swiftly to play a key role in crisis response.
Our Nations Will Continue To Take The Right Steps To Get Through This Crisis
The leaders approved an Action Plan that sets forth a comprehensive work plan to implement these principles, and asked finance ministers to work to ensure that the Action Plan is fully and vigorously implemented. The Plan includes immediate actions to:
Address weaknesses in accounting and disclosure standards for off-balance sheet vehicles; Ensure that credit rating agencies meet the highest standards and avoid conflicts of interest, provide greater disclosure to investors, and differentiate ratings for complex products;Ensure that firms maintain adequate capital, and set out strengthened capital requirements for banks' structured credit and securitization activities;Develop enhanced guidance to strengthen banks' risk management practices, and ensure that firms develop processes that look at whether they are accumulating too much risk; Establish processes whereby national supervisors who oversee globally active financial institutions meet together and share information; and Expand the Financial Stability Forum to include a broader membership of emerging economies.
The leaders instructed finance ministers to make specific recommendations in the following areas:
Avoiding regulatory policies that exacerbate the ups and downs of the business cycle; Reviewing and aligning global accounting standards, particularly for complex securities in times of stress; Strengthening transparency of credit derivatives markets and reducing their systemic risks; Reviewing incentives for risk-taking and innovation reflected in compensation practices; and Reviewing the mandates, governance, and resource requirements of the IFIs. The leaders agreed that needed reforms will be successful only if they are grounded in a commitment to free market principles, including the rule of law, respect for private property, open trade and investment, competitive markets, and efficient, effectively-regulated financial systems. The leaders further agreed to:
Reject protectionism, which exacerbates rather than mitigates financial and economic challenges; strive to reach an agreement this year on modalities that leads to an ambitious outcome to the Doha Round of World Trade Organization negotiations; refrain from imposing any new trade or investment barriers for the next 12 months; and reaffirm development assistance commitments and urge both developed and emerging economies to undertake commitments consistent with their capacities and roles in the global economy.
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