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Japanese investor to sell another Manhattan property at a loss
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Japanese investor to sell another Manhattan property at a loss

Japan-based real estate investor Unizo Holdings is closing in on a deal to sell off another Manhattan office property it purchased in recent years....

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Tax consequences of revenue recognition rules under ASC 606
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Tax consequences of revenue recognition rules under ASC 606

While everyone is focusing on tax reform, a topic that should not be overlooked is the financial statement impact of the new revenue recognition...

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Staten Island is different, and it's thriving
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Staten Island is different, and it's thriving

Latest economic snapshot shows a solid economy It’s very white. Staten Island is the only borough where whites make up a majority of the population...

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OTC, smaller reporting companies welcome Regulation A changes
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OTC, smaller reporting companies welcome Regulation A changes

President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) in May 2018. One of the main facets of the...

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How the new tax law may impact technology and life sciences companies
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How the new tax law may impact technology and life sciences companies

Find out which new provisions in the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may impact your company. C corporations with investments in foreign...

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16 ways the new tax law may impact technology and life sciences companies
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16 ways the new tax law may impact technology and life sciences companies

Find out which new provisions in the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may impact your company. Repealed for tax years beginning after...

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Amazon raises minimum wage to $15 for U.S. employees
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Amazon raises minimum wage to $15 for U.S. employees

Jeff Bezos blinked. Bowing to political pressure, he announced plans Tuesday to raise the minimum wage for all Amazon.com Inc. employees in the U.S...

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Cuomo Holds Wide Lead in Gubernatorial Race, But Likability Hits New Low
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Cuomo Holds Wide Lead in Gubernatorial Race, But Likability Hits New Low

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has a commanding lead over his Republican challenger ahead of November’s general election, even though his...

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Winning the wild-card game could trigger a revenue bonanza for Yankees
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Winning the wild-card game could trigger a revenue bonanza for Yankees

Victory over Oakland would open path to $50 million or more The Yankees won 100 games this season for the first time since 2009, when they went on...

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Manhattan home prices fall again
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Manhattan home prices fall again

Big Apple home buyers are wary of tax reform, and they're saying so with their checkbooks. The median Manhattan home sold for around $1.1 million...

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To oppose neighborhood jails is to support the travesty of Rikers
News 7 months ago
To oppose neighborhood jails is to support the travesty of Rikers

The Rikers Island jail complex has long been a source of shame for this city, and we are gratified that the de Blasio administration is pushing...

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Helping students apply themselves
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Helping students apply themselves

A former commodities trader finds his calling as an elite college and SAT coach When Hafeez Lakhani was a South Florida teenager in the 1990s, he...

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Lead bills paint landlords into a corner
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Lead bills paint landlords into a corner

Skip to main content Landlords face a major fight as the City Council and the mayor's office agreed last week that lead-paint laws are in need of...

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Citibank's Russia unit sees surge in foreign currency on sanction fears
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Citibank's Russia unit sees surge in foreign currency on sanction fears

Citigroup Inc.’s Russia unit gained more foreign currency holdings from retail depositors than any other bank during the ruble’s crash in August....

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City's redesigned flood barrier saves time but doubles cost
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City's redesigned flood barrier saves time but doubles cost

The de Blasio administration announced major changes Friday to a two-mile barrier designed to protect the Lower East Side from floods. The revision...

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Investors purchase Chelsea apartment buildings facing Google HQ
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Investors purchase Chelsea apartment buildings facing Google HQ

A joint venture between Elion Partners and Dalan Management Associates has purchased a collection of adjacent residential apartment buildings...

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Supreme to lease space on LES for temp store
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Supreme to lease space on LES for temp store

The hip streetwear brand Supreme is in talks to open a store on the Lower East Side, sources said. The apparel label, which began as clothing and...

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Taxi lender Lomto Federal Credit Union picked up for scrap
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Taxi lender Lomto Federal Credit Union picked up for scrap

Lomto Federal Credit Union of Queens, which failed last year after taxi loans unleashed a shower of red ink, was acquired today by Teachers Federal...

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Drugmaker Pfizer's CEO Read to be replaced by COO Bourla
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Drugmaker Pfizer's CEO Read to be replaced by COO Bourla

The biggest U.S.-based drugmaker will change leaders in January when Pfizer Chief Operating Officer Albert Bourla replaces CEO Ian Read, who has...

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JetBlue bets on bag fees and fewer-frills fare to boost revenue
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JetBlue bets on bag fees and fewer-frills fare to boost revenue

JetBlue Airways Corp., lagging the airline industry’s share returns for a third straight year, is stepping up efforts to boost revenue. The New...

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A biotech hub grows in Rhode Island
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A biotech hub grows in Rhode Island

Rhode Island boasts a number of characteristics that make it appealing to companies across industries. The state provides easy access to Boston and...

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How Rhode Island maintains a manufacturing stronghold
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How Rhode Island maintains a manufacturing stronghold

With its unique history, competitive workforce and powerful partnerships, the state has a long track record as a place where manufacturers new and...

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Preseason game a preview of Knicks coach David Fizdale
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Preseason game a preview of Knicks coach David Fizdale

The New York Knicks will play their first game under head coach David Fizdale in a preseason contest against the Washington Wizards. As the season...

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Sloan Kettering forces exec to turn over startup’s stock compensation
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Sloan Kettering forces exec to turn over startup’s stock compensation

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is making a top executive, Dr. Gregory Ruskin, turn over to the hospital the almost $1.4 million he received...

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Wall Street banks gird for third-quarter reporting season
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Wall Street banks gird for third-quarter reporting season

Wall Street banks are expected to report tepid third-quarter returns in the coming days. In particular, institutions such as JPMorgan Chase and...

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Lord & Taylor flagship on Fifth closing with a big-sale bang
News 7 months ago
Lord & Taylor flagship on Fifth closing with a big-sale bang

A major sale starting Thursday will precede the planned shuttering of Lord & Taylor’s Fifth Avenue flagship at the end of the year. The retailer...

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Salary Series: Phelps and St. John's Episcopal hospitals
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Salary Series: Phelps and St. John's Episcopal hospitals

Phelps paid its CEO more than $850,000 in 2016  To view the full story, click the title link. Salary Series: Phelps and St. John's Episcopal hospitals

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Home care entrepreneur starts marketplace to connect buyers and sellers amid industry contraction
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Home care entrepreneur starts marketplace to connect buyers and sellers amid industry contraction

Effective today, a new law requires managed-care plans to enter contracts with a limited number of licensed home-care service agencies. It will...

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It's going to be fun: The battle over rent regulation begins
News 7 months ago
It's going to be fun: The battle over rent regulation begins

Last week the Housing Rights Initiative reported that more than 10,000 building permits filed with the city had falsely claimed there were no rent...

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Local news nonprofit The City lays out funding plans
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Local news nonprofit The City lays out funding plans

Months after Crain's predicted that nonprofits "could be the future of New York journalism," New York magazine and its partners announced the...

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