Mitt Romney's spokesman, Kevin Madden, is hitting Rudy Giuliani over the former mayor's claim, highlighted in a new South Carolina radio ad, that he tried to get the INS to help him fight illegal immigration.
"There is a very substantive and relevant contrast between Governor Romney and Mayor Giuliani on this,' said Madden. Read More
Okay, once more on that long-running and slightly silly argument between allies of Rudy Giuliani and Mark Green over who deserves credit for removing the mob from the gabage industry. (It’s worth settling, if only because the accomplishment is a central biographical selling point of Green’s attorney general campaign — and at least a Read More
Laro Service Systems—represented by former Mayor Giuliani’s deputy Randy Mastro–won its case this afternoon against the Fulton Fish Market cooperative, Crain’s reports –meaning it will continue to unload fish even after the market moves to the Bronx. The city is appealing and the market is expected to stay where it is in the Read More
On the afternoon of Feb. 14, Hunter College’s first senate meeting of the year came to order in room 714W of the Hunter West Building on Lexington Avenue. As 100 or so senators–Hunter students, staff and faculty who are elected to shape the college’s academic policy–and community members filed into the wood-paneled auditorium, the tension Read More
Peter J. Powers-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s boyhood friend, former top deputy mayor and perpetual close adviser-has quietly re-emerged as the man to hire for several companies seeking a sympathetic ear from City Hall.
Although Mr. Powers says he does no lobbying-he is not registered as a city lobbyist-he has been retained as a “consultant” by at Read More