The Round-Up: Wednesday

Federal Reserve rescues A.I.G. with a record-setting $85 billion bailout. [NY Times]

Black-car chauffeurs hit first and hardest by Wall Street aftershock. [NY Times]

Wall Street’s famed “Charging Bull” now a symbol of irony, not potency. [NY Times]

NYC and the Yanks may have broken the law when they built the team’s new stadium with $943 million in tax-exempt bonds. [NY Times]

West Side dialysis center shuttered over health-code violations. [NY Times]

What $550,000 gets you. [NY Times]

Hoping to close its budget gap, MTA asks members of the NYPD and the Fire Department to pay bridge and tunnel tolls. [NYDN]

Wall Street crisis could result in higher property taxes for New Yorkers. [NYDN]

Locals challenge whether the middle-income housing at LIC’s massive Hunters Point South development will be truly affordable. [NYDN]

Brooklyn LIRR track to get $93.4 million makeover. [NYDN]

Springfield Gardens residents fight an effort to build a motel they say would attract prostitution. [NYDN]

Between the Bricks: Manhattan commercial real estate is “in a fog.” [NY Post]

Tommy Hilfinger’s former CFO pleads guilty to stealing $19 million from the company to pay for his home and apartments. [NY Post]

Two more LES buildings get Landmark status. [NY Sun]

Mayor’s office will not send an official to testify before a congressional panel looking into the public financing of sports stadiums. [NY Sun]

Wall Street catastrophe spells trouble for New York and London’s economies. [WSJ]

The Round-Up: Wednesday