Caitlin Kenney

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Big College Merit Scholarships Are A Problem (If You Don't Get One)

Thursday, March 14, 2013

A bunch of private colleges have been in a financial aid arms race for years now, offering bigger and bigger merit scholarships to lure the best students.

This is nice for the students who get big merit scholarships. But it's not so nice for everybody else. Colleges have to come ...


If The Catholic Church Were A Business, How Would You Fix It?

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

The next pope will be the spiritual leader of the world's Catholics. He will also be leading a multibillion-dollar financial empire. And from a business perspective, the Catholic Church is struggling.

We talked to several people who study the business of the church. Here are a few of the issues ...


Why Airlines Keep Going Bankrupt

Friday, December 16, 2011

The industry underwent a massive change 30 years ago. Since then, airlines have lost some $60 billion. Some are still trying to adapt.


Why Do Airlines Keep Going Bankrupt?

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

While all airlines have faced higher fuel costs and lower demand in the last decade, the problem for legacy carriers, like American, comes down to cost control. Legacy airlines cost...


Prosecutors Expected to Drop Charges Against Critical Mass Biker

Friday, September 05, 2008

Prosecutors are expected to drop charges today against a cyclist who was pushed off his bike by a police officer during a Critical Mass bike ride in July.

Christopher Long was charged with attempted assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. The arresting officer said Long had ...


Councilman Koppell Promises Term Limits Bill

Friday, September 05, 2008

Bronx City Councilman Oliver Koppell says if Council Speaker Christine Quinn doesn't move on term limits, he'll to introduce a bill to change them.

Koppell says the current two term limit "robs the public of a choice," and he wants the city's elected officials to be ...


State Regulators Approve Wind Power Deal

Thursday, September 04, 2008

State regulators have approved a deal to allow the construction of hundreds of new wind turbines throughout upstate New York.

Spanish energy conglomerate, Iberdrola has acquired Energy East, a Maine-based company, which provides electricity or natural gas to 1.7 million New Yorkers.

The Public Service Commission which ...


Bloomberg Supporters Push for Mayoral Control of Schools

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Allies of Mayor Michael Bloomberg are hoping to renew a 2002 state law that gave the mayor control of the city's public schools. The law is set to expire next June.

The New York Times reports that the mayor's supporters have founded a group to raise ...


Ads Combat Subway Harassment

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is launching a new campaign to encouraging subway riders to report incidents of groping. Two thousand posters will go up in stations around the city.

They read quote "Sexual Harassment is a crime in the subway too - a crowded train is ...