Daily News Editor in Chief Martin Dunn, who made an appearance this morning with Michael Bloomberg to promote a free financial services hotline for New Yorkers, has a small cameo in a new documentary about media bias and the Atlantic Yards project.
Yahoo! Can’t Stop Acquiring Companies, Now Wants HuluShow Biz Isn’t Done With You Yet, Startups: Here Comes Not-a-Reality-Show ‘Alley Girls’Sick of Crappy Midtown Lunch Options, Facebook Reportedly Relocating to the Village
Senator Introduces Bill to Revoke Boy Scout’s Tax-Exempt StatusThomas Lopez-Pierre Will End Incendiary Council CampaignEveryone Still Hates Vito Lopez
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To Do Friday: Top GunJonathan Martin Named Political Correspondent at The New York TimesAshton Kutcher Says He Hates Using Twitter Ever Since the Media 'Fucked it Up'
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Rocco’s Tacos Signs for 14,500 Square Feet at 339 Adams Street in Downtown BKProtravel International Stays Grounded at 515 Madison AvenueFLSV Quadruples Office at 1359 Broadway