New York ranked 33rd in newest business ranking
Jul 10, 2013 7:00 am
Rick Karlin reports at Capitol Confidential the state of New York ranks 33rd nationwide in the latest state-by-state business ranking. Television network CNBC graded the states based on the cost of living, taxes on income, property and business, infrastructure, quality of the workforce, energy prices and quality of life, as key factors in their survey. South Dakota was judged to be the best state for business this year, followed by Texas, North Dakota, Nebraska, Utah and Virginia. Read the full post at Capitol Confidential, a Times Union blog.