In January of 2011, President Obama selected New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in his State of the Union address to lead a banking crime busters force. The creation of the team came on behalf of the Democrat's disenfranchised liberal base, a sect frustrated with the lack of criminal conseq ... More >>
Thankfully, companies are much nicer with Bloomberg when it comes to cutting greenhouse gas emissions than they are with banning soda. In 2007, the Mayor announced the "Carbon Challenge;" an initiative from PlaNYC - the city's sustainability program - that dares any organization in New York to lowe ... More >>
Last week, we reported on the subpoenas sent out by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to thirteen different gas providers in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The intention was simple: these providers, according to Schneiderman, were targeted for price-gouging consumers to profit off of the ene ... More >>
In other breaking news today, Credit Suisse is located at 11 Madison Avenue. DCPI tells us they are "aware" of the situation but that they don't currently have info. This may be the "sister building" (1 Madison and 23rd) to Credit Suisse, across the street, with the suspicious package possib ... More >>
It's Day Three of the Great Zimbabwe Flap, and the rhetoric over a New Jersey Congressman's challenge to Russian bazillionaire Mikhail Prokhorov's purchase of the Nets is heating up. Prokhorov fired back at Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-My-Constituents-Don't-Want-to-Drive-Through-Two-Tunnels-to-W ... More >>
Exiting with class, something Bloomberg was unable to do.Outgoing Manhattan DA Robert Morgenthau gave New Yorkers a $268 million present yesterday -- their share of a huge, $536 million deal reached with a very rich Swiss bank that admitted having illegally routed Iranian funds through the U. ... More >>
Looks like the New York Burger on Park Avenue South is getting a neighbor. If this facade is anything to go by, 315 Park Avenue South will soon be home to something called Bread & Butter. The sign doesn't offer much in the way of clues as to which habits, exactly, will be formed (bread butt ... More >>
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