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SURVEY RESULTS

Area business survey shows health care a top concern

Rebecca Shost of Clifton Park, a senior information technology major at the University at Albany, helped compile the survey data along with School of Business Associate Professor Jakov Crnkovic.
Rebecca Shost of Clifton Park, a senior information technology major at the University at Albany, helped compile the survey data along with School of Business Associate Professor Jakov Crnkovic.
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Health care costs have always been a top concern for Capital Region businesses. But these days, the culprit has a name: Obamacare. Nearly 64 percent of Capital Region firms say the Affordable Care Act has increased costs either to their business or to their employees, according to the 28th annual Business Climate Survey conducted by Marvin and Company and the University at Albany School of Business. The survey was released Wednesday, with results presented during ...


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