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Excuse me while I kiss the sky

2 weeks agoNews : Daily Chart

ON NOVEMBER 3rd the first office workers moved into One World Trade Centre, a new skyscraper built on the site of the 2001 terrorist attacks in Manhattan. Around 170 employees of Condé Nast, a media company, moved into the building, which stands at a symbolic 1,776 feet (541 metres) high and took eight-and-a-half years to complete. Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: Condé Nast Moves to 1 WTC | Car Talk’s Tom Magliozzi Dies at 77

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Condé Nast Moves to 1 World Trade Center (FishbowlNY) The first wave of Condé Nast staffers settled into their new digs at 1 World Trade Center Monday morning. THR...Show More Summary

Editorial: Looking up

Call it 1 World Trade Center or call it the Freedom Tower. Either way, call it open for business. The long-delayed 1,776-foot office tower (spire included) has its first paying tenants.

EXCLUSIVE: World Trade Center contractors repeatedly covered up dangerous conditions

As the Daily News reported Sunday, dozens of serious accidents at the WTC site weren’t reported at all. But even when U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration was told, investigators ran into roadblocks when they tried to figure out what led to the life-altering injuries.

Watch The Construction Of 1 World Trade Center In A Convenient Time-Lapse Video

Forthelastthree-and-a-halfyears,photographerBenjaminRosamondhadtwocameraspointedoutofthewindowofhisProspectHeightsapartmenttorecordtheconstructionof1WorldTradeCenter.Thepurposewastocreateatime-lapsevideothatdisplayedtheincredibleerection(stoplaughing)ofthisnewmonumentintheNewYorkCityskylineforalltheworldtomarvelover,andtheendresultcertainlygivesusallsomethingtogawkat.

One World Trade Center opens for business

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

One World Trade Center, America's tallest building, on Monday welcomed its first tenants, publishing group Conde Nast, in a symbolic moment 13 years after the 9/11 attacks that brought down the original Twin Towers. About 175 executives...Show More Summary

First Tenant of 1 World Trade Center Moves In

James Barron, New York Times: More than 13 years after a terrorist attack destroyed the twin towers -- symbols of New York City's might, financially and structurally -- the first employees of the first tenant in the building erected to take their place arrived for their first workday there on Monday. Show More Summary

Condé Nast Moves Into the World Trade Center as Lower Manhattan Is Remade

The media company will occupy floors 20 through 44 in 1 World Trade Center, confirming a shift in the culture downtown.

Journalists at One World Trade Center have a better view than you

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

It’s moving day for the journalists lucky enough to have office space in One World Trade Center, which opened Monday. About 175 employees from magazine company Condé Nast are slated to move into the building today, and CEO Charles Townsend already stopped by to check out the digs. Show More Summary

#NeverForget: The World Trade Center Re-Opens Thirteen Years After 9/11

The World Trade Center Re-Opens 13 Years After 9/11 via Fox News Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, World Trade Center is opening for business again. Conde Nast will start moving Monday into One World Trade Center, a 104-story,

First tenants move into One World Trade Center: ‘I’m very proud to work here’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Thirteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the first tenants moved their belongings into the newly built One World Trade Center with enthusiasm tinged by emotional remembrance. About 200 Condé Nast employees on Monday walked through the revolving doors of the building, America’s tallest...

World Trade Center reopens as Condé Nast employees arrive for first day of work

Employees of the magazine publisher Condé Nast arrived for their first day of work at 1 World Trade Center Monday morning, marking the reopening of the site thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack. Charles Townsend, the CEO of...Show More Summary

The WTO is in big trouble

The Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Roberto Azevedo, says the institution has descended into 'paralysis'. Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Roberto Azevedo, Bali, 2013. Following the failure to...Show More Summary

World Trade Center reopens for business

Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, the resurrected World Trade Center has opened for business—marking an emotional milestone for both New Yorkers and the nation. Some staffers of... To view the full story, click the title link.

2014-15 Fantasy Basketball: 5 Trade Targets Owners Should Already Be After

Just like winning the real thing, it takes a season-long commitment to capture a title in the fantasy basketball world. A good draft can get teams started on the right foot, but savvy owners know that league championships often change...Show More Summary

Photos: What Kind of Shrimp Is Actually on Your Dinner Plate?

(Photo: Oceana) Who doesn’t love shrimp? Delicious on salads, sandwiches, and as a main dish, it’s no wonder that it’s the most commonly consumed seafood in the U.S., and the most traded seafood in the world. But, did you know that when...Show More Summary

Brazil’s Taxes Going from Bad to Worst

The European Union (EU) has requested that the World Trade Organization (WTO) establish a panel to review Brazil’s discriminatory taxes. Brazil has a series of tax exemptions for domestic firms and customs duties on imports that increase the price of EU goods by up to 80 percent in Brazil. Show More Summary

Grey NY Documents ‘The Rise of See Forever’

Grey New York teamed up with Whitehouse Post and Carbon VFX to document the rise of One World Trade Center and promote One World Observatory, set to open in the spring of 2015 in “The Rise of See Forever: One World Observatory.” In the...Show More Summary

Corporations Aren't People and They Aren't Nation States, Either

Despite what some politicians say, corporations aren't people. But, even worse, when it comes to the world's biggest trade deals, corporations are actually treated like nation states. Thankfully, a major storm is brewing that could put...Show More Summary

Corporations Aren't People and They Aren't Nation States, Either

Despite what some politicians say, corporations aren't people. But, even worse, when it comes to the world's biggest trade deals, corporations are actually treated like nation states. Thankfully, a major storm is brewing that could put...Show More Summary

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