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This year’s fall conference is co-chaired by Kevin G.Hall, past president of SABEW and chief economics correspondent of McClatchy Newspapers and Suzanne Baryln, correspondent at Reuters. For information about content, please contact Kevin at khall@mcclatchydc.com or Suzanne at suzanne.barlyn@thomsonreuters.com.

Updated September 30, 2015 
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Friday, October 9 • 9:55am - 10:50am
The Technological and Disrupted City

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In the newsroom.

Technologies are disrupting cities around the country and the world --whether Uber or AirBnB or a host of other applications. Google believes this is just the beginning and has formed a new company Sidewalks Labs to address biggest challenges that cities face -- such as making transportation more efficient and lowering the cost of living, reducing energy usage and helping government operate more efficiently have, so far, been more difficult to address.  CEO Dan Doctoroff assesses the landscape and details Sidewalks' plans.

Moderator
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Dean Murphy

Business Editor, The New York Times
Dean E. Murphy is an award-winning journalist who was appointed business editor at The New York Times in December 2012. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Murphy had been a deputy editor for seven years on the business and national desks. Before becoming an editor, Mr. Murphy worked as a reporter for both The Times and the Los Angeles Times for 20 years. At The Times, he served as the San Francisco bureau chief during the gubernatorial recall, and... Read More →

Speakers
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Dan Doctoroff

CEO, Sidewalk Labs
Dan Doctoroff is the CEO of Sidewalk Labs, an urban-innovation company founded by Google that will develop technology designed to improve city life for residents, businesses and governments. Doctoroff is the former chief executive of Bloomberg LP and served as deputy mayor for economic development and rebuilding in New York from 2002 to 2007. He spent his early career working on Wall Street primarily in private equity.


Friday October 9, 2015 9:55am - 10:50am
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, newsroom 219 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018

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