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Billionaires, Taxes And Goose Poop: Tom Golisano's Decades Long Campaign To Pay The Government Less Money

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Three-time New York gubernatorial candidate Tom Golisano hates taxes -and he's willing to take extreme measures to avoid paying them.
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NY Times Goes All In on Flawed 1619 Project

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Since the New York Times introduced its 1619 Project last summer, the paper has touched off a series of debates about the role of slavery in American history. Although the exchanges followed haven't revealed much about our nation's past, they have told us a lot about state of modern U.S. journalism.
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New York Times plans to name Meredith Kopit Levien as next CEO- Bloomberg News

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New York Times Co is expected to name company insider Meredith Kopit Levien as its next chief executive officer to succeed Mark Thompson, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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Mike Bloomberg's refusal to release women from non-disclosure agreements continues to damage his campaign

Mike Bloomberg's refusal to release women from non-disclosure agreements continues to damage his campaign

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Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's refusal to release employees at his media company from non-disclosure agreements blew up on him at this week's Las Vegas debate.
A November investigation by Business Insider found that Bloomberg LP has repeatedly been described as a sexualized, predatory environment in harassment and discrimination complaints from several women going back two decades.
Those complaints have been resolved under non-disclosure agreements, with Bloomberg still stopping short of saying he is willing to release employees from their obligations to keep quiet.
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It ‘saved countless lives': How Mike Bloomberg defended stop-and-frisk for years before running for president

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A Fix review of dozens of Bloomberg's appearances over the past decade reveal how the former New York City mayor defended the city's policing practices.
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A temporary, common fiscal stimulus to answer the mayhem of COVID-19

A temporary, common fiscal stimulus to answer the mayhem of COVID-19

This opinion piece was originally published in Il Sole 24 Ore. A drawback in the design of the euro-area is that we have complete monetary union but no fiscal union, as... Read more ...

Puzzle sales boom as families unplug during coronavirus lockdown

Puzzle sales boom as families unplug during coronavirus lockdown

Ravensburger says U.S. puzzle sales jumped 370% over the past two weeks compared to the same period last year as quarantined families crave a digital break. Read more ...

Democratic National Convention postponed to August due to the coronavirus

Democratic National Convention postponed to August due to the coronavirus

The Democratic National Committee announced on Thursday that it was postponing the party's national convention until the week of August 17 because of the coronavirus. The... Read more ...

Purchase gift card from downtown Cincinnati business, 3CDC will give you...

Purchase gift card from downtown Cincinnati business, 3CDC will give you second gift card for free

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit downtown Cincinnati businesses hard and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. have come up with a way to provide those businesses some relief. Read more ...

As Deaths Rise, Trump Downplays Hospitals' Coronavirus Needs As ‘Insatiable...

As Deaths Rise, Trump Downplays Hospitals' Coronavirus Needs As ‘Insatiable Appetites'

Donald Trump continued to be on-brand this Thursday with insensitive tweets in the midst of a crisis. Last week, a stimulus package passed as the latest phase in treating the... Read more ...

Q&A: How to get aid for a small business impacted by coronavirus

Q&A: How to get aid for a small business impacted by coronavirus

Here are questions and answers about financial help available through the government and other sources. Read more ...

Video Meeting Platform Zoom Addresses Criticisms As It Sees Explosive Growth...

Video Meeting Platform Zoom Addresses Criticisms As It Sees Explosive Growth In Users

Zoom's founder and CEO addressed some of the company's growing pains as the service saw an unexpected surge in the number of users when people began socially distancing due to... Read more ...

Money Matters: Emergency relief for federal student loan borrowers

Money Matters: Emergency relief for federal student loan borrowers

The COVID-19 emergency has impacted the ability of many people to make their debt payments, including those with student loans. In recognition of this, the Department of... Read more ...

Biden urges sanctions relief for Iran amid coronavirus

Biden urges sanctions relief for Iran amid coronavirus

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday called on the Trump administration to ease economic sanctions against Iran as the nation reels from the coronavirus pandemic. “In... Read more ...

The IRS will reportedly begin issuing $1,200 stimulus payments on April 9...

The IRS will reportedly begin issuing $1,200 stimulus payments on April 9, but some Americans could wait up to five months to receive their check

The IRS will begin sending out coronavirus stimulus checks as soon as April 9, according to an internal distribution plan obtained by The Washington Post . Electronic payments... Read more ...