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Area business leaders see a ‘bright’ future

CEOs optimistic; job skills, Obamacare top concerns

Mark Egan, president of the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber, makes a point during the second annual "State of the Region" breakfast held at the Century House in Latham on Tuesday morning. Pictured, left to right, are Don Levy, Siena Research Institute, Todd Shimkus, president of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, Linda Hillman, president of the Rensselaer  County Chamber of Commerce, Chuck Steiner, president of the Chamber of Schenectady County, and Egan.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Mark Egan, president of the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber, makes a point during the second annual "State of the Region" breakfast held at the Century House in Latham on Tuesday morning. Pictured, left to right, are Don Levy, Siena Research Institute, Todd Shimkus, president of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, Linda Hillman, president of the Rensselaer County Chamber of Commerce, Chuck Steiner, president of the Chamber of Schenectady County, and Egan.
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Capital Region business leaders are more positive about the economy and their ability to grow in 2014 than their peers across the state, but they have concerns about the lack of skills among today’s college graduates, burdensome industry regulations and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. At the second State of the Region breakfast Tuesday, Siena Research Institute Director Don Levy told a crowd of more than 100 at the Century House in Latham ...


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