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The Business of Bonuses

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

New York’s finance workers are bracing for smaller bonuses this year. Find out how Christmas on Wall Street will affect the rest of the City’s economy. Also, two years after the death of Nixzmary Brown, what’s changed at the City's Administration for Children's Services?

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The Business of Bonuses

How this year's Wall Street bonuses may affect the real estate market, and the broader City economy with Kathryn S. Wylde, President and CEO of the Partnership for New York City, a nonprofit organization of the city’s business leaders and John A. Challenger, CEO of

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Bankruptcy in New York City

We speak with Michael Richmond, Partner at the law firm Foley & Lardner LLP and former President and Chairman of the American Bankruptcy Institute.

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Facebook and Lifeat.com--Social Networking for the Young and Not-so-Young

Facebook is the buzz of the media world right now, with older users and professionals jumping on board. Alice Mathias, 2007 Dartmouth Graduate, says it's all just online community social theater. We ask her why. We also talk to Matthew Goldstein, founder of Lifeat.com.

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Changing Course at ACS

How are the changes put in place at the New York City Administration for Children's Services (ACS) since the death of Nixzmary Brown working out? We ask Elizabeth Roberts, the deputy commissioner for Family Support Services at ACS, and then hear from Andrew White, director of the

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Behind the Road-Rage Shooting

An off-duty officer shot a 25-year-old man after a road rage incident last weekend. We look at the details of the case and the clash of cultures behind the shooting with Al Baker, police bureau chief for the New York Times.

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