By: Shelby Stewart
Abbreviation of New York
Capital of New York
Albany is the capital of New York. Albany is roughly 150 miles north of the City of New York.
The population in Albany County in 2014 was estimated to be 308,171.
Largest City in New York
Area of New York
Population in New York
nickname of new york
New York's Motto
State Song of new york
New York's State bird
New york's state flower
New York's state tree
NEW york's flag
Location of new york
History of new york
New York's industries, Agriculture and economics
Finance, insurance and real estate comprise New York's most important service industry group and New York City is the prime driver in this area. New York City is the nation's leading financial center, home to the New York Stock Exchange. Leading finance, insurance and real estate companies are headquartered in New York. Some of the world's highest property values are found on Manhatten Island.
Ranking second in the services industry is the community, business and personal services group that includes private health care, accounting firms, management consulting firms, law firms, advertising agencies, entertainment companies and personnel agencies. Large law firms and advertising agencies are found in New York.
Juilliard is located in the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City, is a performing arts conservatory established in 1905.
president of the new york exchange
Duncan Niederauer, CEO of NYSE Group and co-president of ICE, has accelerated his planned exit, according to a statement from the company. He will stay on as president of ICE until August. The former ICE Futures U.S. president and current chief operating officer of the exchange, Thomas W. Farley, will lead the NYSE