Ilya Marritz appears in the following:
Friday, October 12, 2012
Washington and Albany may be headed for a confrontation. The Cuomo administration is headed to court to argue against extending the operating licenses for a controversial nuclear power plant.
Exit Interview: Nicholas Lemann Steps Down as Dean of Columbia Journalism School, and Doesn't Plan on Tweeting
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
After 10 years on the job, Nicholas Lemann, dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, will give up his leadership role at the end of the academic year.
Tuesday, October 09, 2012
While the giants of the securities industry are seeing their profits rise, the number of jobs on Wall Street has slipped, and employees can expect smaller bonuses at the year’s end, according to a report from New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.
Monday, October 08, 2012
It's not clear why a New York police officer shot and killed an unarmed Army reservist on the Grand Central Parkway last week but Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says a grand jury investigation would be the best way to find out.
Tuesday, October 02, 2012
The median home price in Manhattan slipped below $900,000 in the third quarter of this year, compared to the same period in 2011, according to the latest analysis by appraiser Jonathan Miller, who reports on the housing market for Prudential Douglas Elliman.
Monday, October 01, 2012
About 130 private recreational boats are in need of serious cleaning, following the spill of about 1,100 gallons of oil mixed with liquid concrete into a waterway in southeast Brooklyn.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
David Marks and his wife Julia Barfield are the architects behind the London Eye, which opened on December 31, 1999, and quickly became a popular tourist attraction. It was visited by more than 3.5 million people last year. Marks weighted in on Mayor Michael Bloomberg's announcement Thursday that the world's largest Ferris wheel would be built on Staten Island.
Monday, September 24, 2012
The Village Voice and a dozen other alternate-weekly newspapers around the nation are being sold – and are separating from a controversial online listings service that has been accused of facilitating human trafficking.
Monday, September 24, 2012
A 14-karat gold folding travel clock. A Tiepolo ink drawing of a lady, a deer and a posse of clowns. A Louis XV Chinese lacquer center table. These are some of the objects that graced the homes of the late New York socialite Brooke Astor. Her estate will be auctioned Monday and Tuesday at Sotheby's.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The government reported Thursday that New York City’s unemployment rate declined slightly, to 9.9 percent in August. But the good news belies a troubling trend: while New York City is gaining jobs quickly, unemployment remains high — higher than it was in the worst days of the recession in 2009.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Walmart is abandoning efforts to open a store in East New York, Brooklyn — a move that would have established the retailer's first store in New York City.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Is New York City better off than it was before President Barack Obama took office? With an election just weeks away, many variants of Ronald Reagan’s famous question to voters from 1980 are in the air.
Monday, September 03, 2012
The law of supply and demand states that as a sought-after good becomes more available, its price will eventually decline. Hotel beds seem to be bucking this law. This summer, more people paid more money to overnight in the city, even as hotels has added thousands of new hotel beds.
Friday, August 31, 2012
Standing atop a 70 foot pillar in a traffic island for over a century, the statue of Christopher Columbus at Columbus Circle has seen a lot of traffic go by. But soon the Italian explorer’s likeness will have comfier surroundings: a couch, a TV, and a coffee table.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Calling a state senator's allocation of taxpayer dollars an abuse of public trust, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Monday shared details of the charges filed against Senator Shirley Huntley of Queens.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
A record payout obtained by a New York state regulator from Britain's Standard Chartered Bank to settle charges it laundered money for Iran could make a big difference to the state budget.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
If there's one thing the new Republican candidate for vice president, Paul Ryan, adds to this November’s election, it's a strong contrast with Democrats on the issues of wealth and taxation. With an unusually large number of both very rich and very poor people, it's a choice that will affect the pocketbooks of many New Yorkers.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Millions of gallons of partially treated human waste have been released into the Hudson River since Wednesday, making the river a no-go area for boaters and swimmers, and threatening this weekend's Ironman triathlon.
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
A New York regulator accusing a British bank of helping Iran launder $250 billion is not the only authority probing the London-based Standard Chartered Bank – creating rumblings that Albany may have acted unilaterally.
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
A federal regulatory body will consider the issue of nuclear waste storage before making a decision on whether Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, located north of the city, will get its licenses renewed.