City conflict of interest officials yesterday rendered their verdict on the misdeeds of the former top executive at the city's own television station.
The penalty for ex-NYC TV general manager Arick Wierson who copped to using city workers for his many personal computer needs and heavily co-minglin ... More >>
A private film maker stood up in a near-deserted federal courtroom in Manhattan this morning to plead guilty to stealing tens of thousands of dollars in ad revenue that should have gone to the city.
Vincent Taylor, 50, pled to a single count of wire fraud before federal District Judge Harold Baer. T ... More >>
Trevor Scotland, former chief operating officer of NYC TV, the city television station so heavily boosted by Mayor Bloomberg, showed up in federal court yesterday to plead guilty to stealing tens of thousands in ad revenue from the station.
Scotland, 39, looked every bit as dapper as he did ... More >>
A former top exec at the city's television station is expected to plead guilty this afternoon to looting some $60,000 in ad revenues due the city. It's hardly the biggest ripoff by a municipal employee, but what makes Trevor Scotland's appearance today a 'matter of interest' - as the Manhatta ... More >>