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  • AOC rails against Dems making late entries into 2020 race

  • Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick both joined the Democratic presidential primary in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., isn't happy about it.
  • MTA bats back suggestion new exec is its job-cutting ‘hatchet man’

  • Newly selected MTA “transformation” director Anthony McCord got a true New York welcome on Thursday when a reporter asked him at a press conference if he was the agency’s “hatchet man.” “That’s an unfair question,” MTA Chairman Pat Foye bristled, as McCord stood beside him at the agency’s headquarters in Manhattan. In his $325,000-per-year role...
  • California businesses at risk amid fires, power outages

  • NEW YORK — The California wildfires are taking a toll on small businesses, including those that are miles away and safe from the flames. Smoke, ash and power outages force companies to shut down or cost them business even if owners and employees aren’t forced to evacuate. The power outages implemented by utilities in hopes...
  • New York airport regulator partners with ride-share firm Via

  • Ride-share provider Via said on Thursday it had partnered with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to provide flat-rate shared trips from New York City's LaGuardia Airport, which is plagued by congestion and limited access to public transit.
  • Nets’ Caris LeVert out indefinitely after undergoing thumb surgery

  • DENVER – The Nets’ Caris LeVert fears were realized, with the young wing requiring surgery to repair ligaments in his right thumb. Brooklyn had sent LeVert back to New York from its road trip to be evaluated by specialists. And after being looked at, LeVert promptly had a procedure performed by Dr. Michelle Carlson at...
  • Direct lenders ready for bonanza as US economy cools

  • NEW YORK, Nov 14 (LPC) - Private credit funds with deep pockets, capital flexibility and sticky investments are positioning themselves for the yield bonanza that could follow if a cooldown in the US economy was to further shutter bank liquidity and investor appetite for broadly syndicated loans.

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