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No taxes for manufacturers under Cuomo rival's plan
News 9 months ago
No taxes for manufacturers under Cuomo rival's plan

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's GOP foe wants factories to be a bigger factor in New York's economy—and in its election.Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro...

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Architect tapped for Gowanus development signals high-end future of once-gritty neighborhood
News 9 months ago
Architect tapped for Gowanus development signals high-end future of once-gritty neighborhood

Bjarke Ingels has been hired to design what's likely to become his first residential project in Brooklyn. Developer Aby Rosen has tapped Ingels's...

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De Blasio administration signals support for some lead bills
News 9 months ago
De Blasio administration signals support for some lead bills

City Hall said Thursday it backs several bills tightening regulations on landlords to reduce lead poisoning in children, though critics say much of...

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Public housing residents decry bugs, rodents and danger
News 9 months ago
Public housing residents decry bugs, rodents and danger

Dozens of the 400,000 residents of the nation's largest public housing system emotionally told a judge Wednesday what it's like to live with rats...

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Tax on health insurers could increase premiums 2.2% in 2020
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Tax on health insurers could increase premiums 2.2% in 2020

To view the full story, click the title link. Tax on health insurers could increase premiums 2.2% in 2020

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Trump Park Avenue penthouse could rent for $1, lawyer alleges
News 9 months ago
Trump Park Avenue penthouse could rent for $1, lawyer alleges

In what would be one of the biggest bargains ever in Manhattan real estate, a 7,132 square-foot penthouse in the Trump Park Avenue building may...

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Dumbo spot will be Brooklyn’s first new library branch since 1983
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Dumbo spot will be Brooklyn’s first new library branch since 1983

The Brooklyn Public Library is opening a branch in 6,500 square feet of ground-floor space at a former factory at 135 Plymouth St. in Dumbo. It...

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Compass is said to raise funds at $4.4 billion valuation
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Compass is said to raise funds at $4.4 billion valuation

The real estate marketplace startup raised $400 million in its latest investment round To view the full story, click the title link....

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Compass is said to be raising funds at $4.4 billion valuation
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Compass is said to be raising funds at $4.4 billion valuation

Compass, a real-estate marketplace startup, raised $400 million in an investment round that will bring the company closer to an eventual initial...

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Amazon to open a new ‘4-star’ store concept in Manhattan
News 9 months ago
Amazon to open a new ‘4-star’ store concept in Manhattan

Amazon.com Inc. will open a new store in New York City on Thursday featuring top-selling and highly rated products, the online retailer’s latest...

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Amazon’s SoHo store opens today
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Amazon’s SoHo store opens today

Amazon is opening  at 72 Spring St. today. The shop will feature new products and ones trending on the e-commerce giant’s website, as well as those...

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Federal Reserve on a veritable rate-hiking tear
News 9 months ago
Federal Reserve on a veritable rate-hiking tear

The Federal Reserve board voted unanimously yesterday to lift the benchmark federal funds rate to between 2% and 2.25%. The central bank signaled...

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City Council needs to lead, not concede, on housing issues
News 9 months ago
City Council needs to lead, not concede, on housing issues

The City Council could have shown itself to be a competent leader in tackling the city's housing crisis last week. Instead, its members stuck to...

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Manhattan fertility clinic launches lower-cost IVF
News 9 months ago
Manhattan fertility clinic launches lower-cost IVF

After two years of offering lower-cost egg freezing to New Yorkers, Manhattan-based Extend Fertility is expanding into in vitro fertilization and...

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Enact bold legislation to curb emissions from local buildings
News 9 months ago
Enact bold legislation to curb emissions from local buildings

When Superstorm Sandy tore through New York in 2012, it exposed deep economic fault lines. Fifty-five percent of New Yorkers affected by the storm...

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New media startup wants to fill the void in local journalism
News 9 months ago
New media startup wants to fill the void in local journalism

As local newsrooms shutter across the five boroughs, a new nonprofit website called The City will launch later this year in partnership with New...

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Council speaker accuses MTA of double-crossing him
News 9 months ago
Council speaker accuses MTA of double-crossing him

No fare!That was City Council Speaker Corey Johnson's take on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's calls for the city to shoulder half the...

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Council speaker accuses MTA of 'moving the goalposts' on subway funding
News 9 months ago
Council speaker accuses MTA of 'moving the goalposts' on subway funding

No fare! That was City Council Speaker Corey Johnson's take on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's calls for the city to shoulder half the...

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Ocasio-Cortez makes her case to Latina business owners
News 9 months ago
Ocasio-Cortez makes her case to Latina business owners

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the democratic socialist candidate for Congress, made her first appearance before a business group today, telling a...

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Cadillac moving headquarters to Michigan from SoHo
News 9 months ago
Cadillac moving headquarters to Michigan from SoHo

After three years in SoHo, Cadillac is relocating its headquarters to the Detroit area. Corporate parent General Motors said the move was to...

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Legislation to end lead poisoning misses mark, critics say
News 9 months ago
Legislation to end lead poisoning misses mark, critics say

In 2004 the City Council passed a series of bills designed to eliminate lead poisoning in children by 2010. Rates have fallen by nearly 90% since...

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LES nonprofit takes space at Essex Crossing
News 9 months ago
LES nonprofit takes space at Essex Crossing

Henry Street Settlement, a 125-year- old social services group operating in the Lower East Side, is taking space at Essex Crossing, a multibuilding...

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Blackstone is said to be weighing sale of Thomson Reuters's FXall
News 9 months ago
Blackstone is said to be weighing sale of Thomson Reuters's FXall

Blackstone Group LP, the soon-to-be owner of Thomson Reuters Corp.’s financial-and-risk arm, is weighing a sale of FXall, a currency trading...

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CBS plans production hub in Canada to satisfy demands of peak TV
News 9 months ago
CBS plans production hub in Canada to satisfy demands of peak TV

America’s Most Watched Network’’ is opening up shop in Canada. CBS Corp. leased 260,000 square feet outside of Toronto to serve as its base in a...

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Fox plans to sell stake in Sky to Comcast for $15B
News 9 months ago
Fox plans to sell stake in Sky to Comcast for $15B

21st Century Fox will sell its remaining stake in British pay TV provider Sky to Comcast in the latest financial wrangling as Disney prepares to...

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Murdoch walks away from Sky with sale of stake to Comcast
News 9 months ago
Murdoch walks away from Sky with sale of stake to Comcast

Rupert Murdoch is officially walking away from Sky Plc, the satellite broadcaster he helped build over three decades, marking the end of an era for...

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Murdoch walks away from Sky, sells stake to Comcast
News 9 months ago
Murdoch walks away from Sky, sells stake to Comcast

Rupert Murdoch is officially walking away from Sky Plc, the satellite broadcaster he helped build over three decades, marking the end of an era for...

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CBS taps Richard Parsons as interim chairman
News 9 months ago
CBS taps Richard Parsons as interim chairman

CBS Corp. has named Richard Parsons interim chairman. Parsons, a former chairman and CEO of Time Warner, joined the company's board only a few...

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Cuomo rakes in cash after primary
News 9 months ago
Cuomo rakes in cash after primary

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's primary is over, but plenty of business interests are still priming his pump. The Democrat has raised $436,582 since crushing...

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Judge allows lawsuit against city's property-tax system to proceed
News 9 months ago
Judge allows lawsuit against city's property-tax system to proceed

A lawsuit alleging the city's property tax system is biased against low-income and minority owners can proceed, a Manhattan Supreme Court judge...

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