The New York Public Library faces a $23 million funding cut from the proposed mayoral budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 -- the expected result is hundreds of job cuts and slashed operating hours.
Meanwhile, the library's 91 branches are getting more visitors than ever, as New Yorkers look to escape a chilly recession for the comforts of free books and Wi-Fi.
Will a $250,000 investment in business intelligence software help?
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