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  • Puerto Rico promises tax breaks in attempt to lure ‘family offices’

  • Watch out, Connecticut. Heads up, New Jersey. And New York had better pay attention, too. Puerto Rico is coming after one of your lucrative industries — the ultra-high net-worth financial advisory business, also known as “family offices.” In late February, I’m told, Puerto Rico invited representatives of 150 family offices to the island. The agenda...
  • These art-filled hotels could moonlight as museums

  • This summer, if you’re looking for a weekend escape that doesn’t skimp on culture, consider these six hotels. They’re easy to get to — but more to the point, they’re all within reach of world-class art and hang it proudly on their walls. Hamilton Princess Bermuda (from $629) Hop a 2-hour-ish flight, breeze through customs,...
  • De Blasio goes on TV and professes his love for ska

  • Your move, Beto. Mayor Bill de Blasio went on CNN Tuesday and professed his love for ska — the Jamaican music genre that fused with punk in the mid-1990s. Hizzoner let it be known during a “New Day” segment called “Candidate Mixtape,” in which presidential hopefuls discuss their musical tastes. “How do you feel about...
  • CNN10 - 5/22/19

  • A food shortage spreads in Cuba, international linguists name the hardest words to spell, and we examine the industry of plant-based meat alternatives.
  • Man blamed ‘brain surgery’ after allegedly stabbing wife to death

  • A Queens man was charged Tuesday for allegedly stabbing his wife to death and bashing her with a cutting board — and tried to blame his “brain surgery” for making him snap, according to police sources. Isidro Pacheco, 56, turned himself into the 103rd Precinct in Jamaica on Monday after wife Isabel Galeano, 44, was...

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