Mayor Bill de Blasio today formally clarified his wife’s role in his administration, confirming previous reports indicating she would likely chair the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City.
He also named Gabrielle Fialkoff, the chair of his inauguration, as a senior adviser and director of his Office of Strategic Partnerships. Ms. Fialkoff, who worked with the mayor on Hillary Clinton’s first senate campaign, will oversee public-private partnerships for the administration, including the fund.
In his first press conference since his daughter publicly revealed her struggle with drugs and depression, Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio praised Chiara de Blasio’s decision to open up and encourage others battling addiction to seek help.
Ms. de Blasio revealed the information in an emotional Christmas Eve video, which Mr. de Blasio said today he couldn’t be more proud of.
It wasn’t enough for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to revel in being named the sexiest 55-year-old alive.
He had to rub it in his younger brother’s face.
Speaking in an Albany radio interview earlier today, Mr. Cuomo bragged about calling into 43-year-old Chris Cuomo’s New Day show on CNN to tout his sexiest-man award from People magazine.
In an effort to keep Citigroup in the family, the bank is testing a money-managing Web site aimed at the children of its richest clients, Bloomberg reports. The service, whose pilot launched in June, is from TILE Financial, a company that, according to its Web site, helps bridge “a gap between Read More