The New York Times | 12.02.13
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will take office facing the need to forge new labor agreements with the unions that represent nearly all of New York City’s 300,000 municipal workers. The largest of these, the United Federation of Teachers, is in a particularly sour mood. Representing 40 percent of the city’s work force, the union has been without a contract since 2009. Read more
The New York Times | 11.21.13
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is well known for tapping his own fortune to fill in gaps in the city’s resources, whether spending millions of dollars to renovate Gracie Mansion or keeping the kitchen in the City Hall bullpen stocked with healthy snacks for his staff. Read more
New York Post | 11.20.13
In a review commissioned by Barneys New York, an attorney found the luxury store does not have a written or unwritten policy to profile customers based on race and didn’t initiate any police action against two black customers who said they were wrongly accused of credit card fraud, complaints that ignited a furor. Read more
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