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Billionaire businessman and former NYC mayor to receive $1 million award, says he will donate it to improve Jewish, Palestinian business relations.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has nominated Meera Joshi, former general counsel of the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission, to serve as the commission's chairwoman.
Sen. Charles Schumer slammed the city's recovery efforts in the months after Hurricane Sandy , saying it's taking its "sweet time" in dispersing funds from the multi-billion dollar federal bill he worked to pass.
She made her debut in January with a test show that featured an interview with former Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
Katie Couric is set to interview former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for Yahoo News on Friday, March 14. The Hollywood Reporter reports that on Monday, March 10, Couric will ask viewers to present questions, videos and photos to Bloomberg through her Tumblr page.
Former Gov. George Pataki has blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for his decision to cut off building funds and public space for charter schools, and the mayor now faces three new lawsuits over the issue.
The Department of Health's intrepid crusaders, who for a second time stripped the great, 3-Michelin-star restaurant Per Se of its "A" rating this week, won't likely peel away a single customer.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina said New York City will find seats for 194 charter school students who aren't getting the building they were originally promised.
Cushman & Wakefield has signed Ray Kelly , the former New York City police commissioner, to a new risk-management unit that will advise companies on safety issues.
The new chairman of the City Council's powerful Land Use committee, Brooklyn's David Greenfield, strongly questioned the Bloomberg administration's unprecedented landmarking of city neighborhoods as historic districts at a hearing Thursday, saying the policy conflicted with Mayor Bill de Blasio's goal to build 200,000 units of affordable housing ... (more)
New York City's police union will continue challenging a controversial anti-profiling law despite Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to drop the city's claim, the organization said Thursday.
In New York City, newly elected Mayor Bill de Blasio - the first Democrat to run Gotham in 20 years - has begun his reign by declaring war on charter schools.
We interrupt this head-scratching over the mayor's proposed pre-k tax to look at something that seems to actually be working: the end of the City Hall budget dance.