At least there was some pay-off for those who sat through an hour’s worth of people finding 44 ways to say yes.
During today’s floor “debate” on land-use changes for Yankee Stadium, Council Member Lew Fidler blurted out: “As a lifelong Democrat, I always found it hard to accept that the Yankees are in fact Read More
The new Yankee stadium plan passed the City Council subcommittee (3-0) and committee (22-1) today and is awaiting near unanimous approval before the full body this afternoon. Council Member Tony Avella voted ‘aye,’ changing his mind from when he talked with us Monday for the article in today’s paper. It was the Metro-North station Read More
Some Bronx activists, Councilwoman Helen Foster included, are outraged—OUTRAGED—over the draft community benefits agreement for the new Yankee Stadium, details of which got into The New York Times today. Question is, will anything happen as a result or will it become as much a non-issue as was the C.B.A. for Related’s shopping Read More
When the history of American capitalism is written, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett may get the lion’s share of attention, but the real story-indeed, the most remarkable business story in history-will belong to Sandy Weill. A chapter of that story came to a close with Mr. Weill’s announcement on July 16 that he’ll be stepping Read More