Michael Grynbaum

Michael Grynbaum appears in the following:

The Controversies Around The 'Twitter Files'

Wednesday, December 07, 2022

How the leak of internal Twitter documents has set off debates about Elon Musk's leadership and media ethics.

Bloomberg on Bloomberg

Friday, February 21, 2020

Michael Bloomberg's candidacy has become a hot topic for publications of all stripes, with one notable exception: Bloomberg News.

NY1 Discrimination Suit

Friday, June 21, 2019

Michael M. Grynbaum, media correspondent for The New York Times, breaks down the age and gender discrimination lawsuit filed against NY1 on Wednesday.

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Trump Meets With The New York Times

Monday, November 28, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump held a meeting with New York Times editors, reporters  and columnists.  

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The Mayor's 'Optics' Problem

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Between his squabbles with Gov. Cuomo, a Legionnaires' outbreak and the Uber fight, Mayor de Blasio is facing a new challenge a year and a half into his term: governing while unpopular.

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The City and State Are Making Deals

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The state is making legislative deals while the city is hammering out its budget deal -- which will include 1,300 more cops.

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Bill de Blasio Day One

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Bill de Blasio is the new mayor of New York City, Errol Louis of NY1 and the new New York Times Bureau Chief Michael Grynbaum discuss the de Blasio agenda, and recap the inauguration for those of you who were a little too hung over to hear it. And Howard Wolfson, former deputy mayor for Mayor Bloomberg, talks about how yesterday's speeches referred to the previous administration's record and defends the Bloomberg record. 

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Metrocard Swipes and Larceny

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Michael Grynbaum, transportation reporter for The New York Times, discusses a recent court decision about selling unlimited Metrocard swipes, which ruled that it does not fit the definition of larceny.

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From Watching the Ticker to Watching the Meter

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Michael Grynbaum, New York Times Metrodesk transportation reporter, talks about bankers and traders who have turned to taxi driving after they’ve lost their jobs on Wall Street. He’s joined by Scott Curtis, who spent 25 years as a trader on Wall Street and now drives a cab, which lets him to meet potential employers. Grynbaum’s article “Eyes Once on the Ticker Are Now on the Meter,” appeared in the Times on October 14.

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Your Odes to The Parking Meter

Monday, September 19, 2011

The city is removing the last single-space parking meter in Manhattan today. Michael Grynbaum of the New York Times joins us to reflect on the landmark.

Post your ode to the parking meter here!

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A "Low-Annoyance" Horn

Thursday, May 12, 2011

The city of New York recently announced a new fleet of taxi cabs that will be fully loaded with upgrades - including a new "low-annoyance" horn. New York Times transportation reporter Michael Grynbaum joins us to discuss the city’s latest round of taxis and what these less obnoxious beeps might just sound like.

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Discount Bus Safety

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Michael Grynbaum, transportation reporter for The New York Times, discusses the safety record of the discount bus industry and how it's regulated in light of two recent deadly crashes in the New York area. 

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