Hey New York, what are you complaining about? If you answered noise, well then congratulations Daddy Warbucks because according to this nifty new art map by Dietmar Offenhuber, based off of two years of the cities 311 complaints, you either live in Manhattan or are making headway into the fancy side of Brooklyn—shutting down all the block parties. It’s an incursion that I would probably stop to complain about if I weren’t so focused on all this litter and graffiti right now. Read More
on the map
So much more fun than a whiteboard video! The Private Equity Capital Growth Council, the buyout industry lobbying group that spent the summer bestowing upon the Internets a series of animated explainers, released an interactive map that’s pretty cool.
The map will tell you, for instance, that the New York State and Local Retirement System socked $14.9 billion of its $147.2 billion in investment dollars into private equity funds last year. You could have dug up that data on your own, but PECGC compiled the same data from the two biggest pension funds in each of the 50 state for which such data was available, and pulled together a handy ranking: Read More