Tracey Samuelson


Tracey Samuelson appears in the following:

Congress Mulling Legislation to Make IPO’s Easier for Small Businesses

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Senate is debating a bill this week that would make it easier for small, privately-held companies to go public, as part of a package of legislation to promote economic growth called the JOBS Act.


Goldman Sachs Employee's Op-Ed Doesn’t Surprise Some

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A Goldman Sachs employee marked his final day of work on by publicly ripping the bank for prioritizing profits over clients.


Employment Numbers Show Uptick in Hiring

Thursday, March 08, 2012

New York City experienced record-breaking job growth in January. Employers added 31,200 jobs — the highest one month gain in the last 23 years — according to analysis of New York State Labor Department by the real estate firm Eastern Consolidated.  

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Wall Street Bonuses, Bank Profits Dip: DiNapoli

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The average Wall Street employee took home a cash bonus of just over $120,000 last year, down 13 percent from 2010, according to an estimate released Wednesday by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.


Class Action Suit Against Goldman Sachs Moving Forward

Friday, February 03, 2012

A federal judge in Manhattan has ruled that a lawsuit against Goldman Sachs may proceed as a class action.


NRC Concerned About Seismic Activity Around Nuclear Reactors

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Wednesday that nuclear reactors in parts of the United States might be more vulnerable to earthquakes than previously thought.

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Working New York | Subway Conductor

Monday, December 05, 2011

For 14 years, Peter Manuel has been a subway train conductor, making announcements in a deep baritone on nearly every route in the city.

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Working New York: Sandhogs

Monday, November 28, 2011

Right now, under our feet, below the streets we walk on, workers are building the tunnels that bring the city water, take away our sewage and even move us around. Most of the action t...

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Working New York: Watertanks

Friday, November 25, 2011

It's an iconic part of the New York skyline, those wooden water towers that top the roofs of most buildings. In the ongoing series Working New York, WNYC takes a look at one man who b...

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New York Works | Hayden Planetarium's Astrovisualizator

Monday, July 11, 2011

Carter Emmart is not only in charge of the universe — the eccentric former astrophysics major can spout off the names and positions of stars and constellations upon request.


New York Works | The Bed Bug Exterminator

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Jim O'Brien stood a mattress on its end and ran his hands over the piping at its corners.

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New York Works | Dialect And Accents Coach

Monday, June 27, 2011

Dialect coach Susan Cameron said she can't ride the bus or subway without tuning in to all the conversations around her because she's fascinated by the small quirks of pronunciation that give away a person's background.

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New York Works: Carnegie Hall's Piano Tuner

Monday, May 30, 2011

As piano tuner for Steinway & Sons, Ismael Cunha's role as a concert technician at Carnegie Hall means he must keep the pianos in pitch-perfect condition.

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New York Works: Staten Island Ferry Captain

Friday, May 27, 2011

As a captain with the Staten Island Ferry, Jim Parese has an office with a view and counts vistas of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline as a regular part of his day on the job.


New York Works: Catching Up with a Real-Life Ballerina

Monday, May 16, 2011

Countless children dream of being a ballerina when they grow up, but very few will ever become professionals. Most all of us ever see of ballerinas is the finished product — the tutus...