The Round-Up: Wednesday

Jason Binn moves media empire to 100 Church Street. [NY Post]

National Finance Partners expands at 340 Madison Avenue. [NY Post]

Leona Helmsley’s dog, Trouble, needs legal representation to get will money. [Daily News]

Federal Reserve issues guidance to loan companies. [Daily News]

Spitzer expected to announce agreement today for Catskills resort. [NY Times]

East Village bar/performance space Mo Pitkin's to close its doors. [NY Post]

 

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