"You look around this room and ask, 'What binds the people in this room together?'" New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said at Casa Lever on Park Avenue Thursday night. "It's that they're all creators, they're all doers."
The largest cruise ship to make New York City its home port arrived on Tuesday at Manhattan Cruise Terminal. On Wednesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Rockettes and a gaggle of other city officials and entertainers came out to celebrate the event. Show More Summary
Whoever said "You can't fight City Hall" never met Randy Mastro. A partner at white-shoe law firm Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, Mr. Mastro has successfully challenged Mayor Michael Bloomberg's high-profile efforts to reform the taxi industry, move the Fulton Fish Market and build a stadium on Manhattan's West Side. Show More Summary
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented an executive budget as more than $1 billion in unexpected revenue from personal-income taxes, corporate levies and audits helped balance his final spending plan. Mr. Bloomberg's $69.8 billion...Show More Summary
A day after Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped up his defense of stop-and-frisk, the city Bar Association called Wednesday for reform of the police tactic, saying it is generating ill will toward law enforcement and having "destructiveShow More Summary
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's charitable and advocacy organization, Bloomberg Philanthropies, launched a new website on Tuesday and for the first time included a letter from its founder and a report on its activities. The foundation gave...Show More Summary
Mayor Michael Bloomberg lashed out at The New York Times for criticizing the Police Department's controversial practice of stop-and-frisk and for failing to report on the shooting death of a 17-year-old in the Bronx last week. "Do you...Show More Summary
Republican mayoral frontrunner Joseph Lhota, a favorite of many business people concerned about who will succeed Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said repeatedly Tuesday morning that he would run his administration quite differently from Mr....Show More Summary
Coming to the end of his third term in office, Bloomberg might now call being mayor the toughest job he's ever had, and possibly the most frustrating.
Codecademy, an online service that teaches tech novices how to write software, is trading up its Silicon Valley digs for a new headquarters in Manhattan. The company, which received a huge boost when Mayor Michael Bloomberg made a New...Show More Summary
Noted Constitutional scholar and mayor Michael R. Bloomberg remarked today that given the constant threat of terrorist attacks, America's views on privacy and freedom may be a tad outmoded. “The people who are worried about privacy have...Show More Summary
New York City business leaders hoping to tap a mayoral successor in the mold of Mayor Michael Bloomberg turned last year to the one industry they believed could capture the hearts and minds of voters: technology. Among the names that...Show More Summary
Ten jumbo-sized office tenants in the city have pledged to slash their energy consumption by 30% over the next decade. The announcement, which was made by Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office on Thursday, addresses one of the key challenges...Show More Summary
Mayor Michael Bloomberg did not say it directly, but his preliminary budget for fiscal year 2014, which begins July 1, makes clear that the growing cost of health insurance for city employees and retirees has to be brought under control.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has taken heat for leaving his successor with expired labor contracts for most of the city's unionized workers and no cash to pay for retroactive pay increases that could total a whopping $8 billion. But the mayor still has more than eight months in office, and a top aide revealed its terms Wednesday for any new deals. Show More Summary
Mayor Michael Bloomberg did not invent the concept of the "public-private partnership." But he has aggressively pushed "private money" within the New York City Parks system, particularly under former Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, who left last year.
After years of candidates fundraising and jockeying for position, the race for mayor of New York City is kicking into high gear. With the business community no less worried about who will succeed Michael Bloomberg, several recent storylines bear watching. Show More Summary
There are several political stories of note in this week's issue of Crain's. The recent spate of corruption scandals in New York politics has increased anxiety about end of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's tenure in office. Andrew J. Hawkins...Show More Summary
Many New Yorkers have long fretted about the impending departure of billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg, whom they view as the rare politician immune to bribery or intimidation by powerful special interests. The unfolding last week of two corruption scandals, one of which touched the race to succeed Mr. Show More Summary
In today's link round-up, a man was killed in a hit-and-run accident near the Barclays Center; under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, 78 new schools will open in the fall, with 30 being in Brooklyn; and No. 7's fried broccoli was featured in Slate magazine.