The Boston Consulting Group's $10 million evaluation of the New York City Housing Authority's central office and infrastructure has all the makings of some good old chunky scandal-soup:1) The chairman of an already cash-strapped NYCHA signs off on a $10 million contract with a private consulting fir ... More >>
Some New York hospitals are in the business of screwing over poor people as much as they are in the business of providing healthcare, a new report has found.
According to the Community Service Society, most of the state's medical centers tend to violate debt collection regulations -- which p ... More >>
In his State of My the City speech yesterday, Mayor Bloomberg quite properly promised to address the ongoing crisis of unemployment among black and Hispanic young men. Out of work rates are no worse here than other large cities, he insisted, but they're still "totally unacceptable ...This is ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesNovember 21, 1963, Vol. IX, No. 5The Little Machine That Couldn'tBy Mary Perot Nichols...A recent story in the New York Times headlined "Electronics Ends Housing Muddle"...could easily have led the unwary reader to believe that it was all coming ... More >>