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Schneiderman plans probe into New York's low voter turnout

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is planning to probe why New York’s voter turnout was so low on Election Day.

New York attorney general fights rule that curbs ridesharing services

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

New York City isn't always kind to ridesharing services like Lyft and Uber, but those companies have just gained an important ally. BuzzFeed News has learned that state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman recently sent a letter to NYC's Taxi and...

Schneiderman to focus on corruption, wages, banks

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, fresh off re-election, said Thursday he'll focus his second term on government corruption, wage theft and drug trafficking, expanding initiatives from his... To view the full story, click the title link.

AG Schneiderman and Controller Tom DiNapoli are reelected

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Controller Tom DiNapoli were reelected Tuesday, winning easily over their Republican challengers.

Airbnb Competitor Sues San Francisco For Making New 'Legalize Airbnb' Law Too Restricted To Airbnb

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've reported a bunch of times on the various legal fights that Airbnb has had to go through lately. Just a few weeks ago, NY's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (who has admitted in the past that his interest in Airbnb is really about protecting NYC's big hotels), said that he believed most Airbnb listings in NY to be illegal. Show More Summary

AG Eric Schneiderman, Controller Thomas DiNapoli, both Democrats running for re-election, lead by double digits in polls.

Gov. Cuomo isn't the only statewide elected official running for re-election Tuesday. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Controller Thomas DiNapoli, both Democrats, are also competing for new terms.

State AG Eric Schneiderman, GOP challenger John Chaill spar at debate

State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Republican challenger John Cahill sparred early and often during their one and only debate before next week’s election.

Gatorade's 'War on Water' Dampened by the New York State Attorney General

Thanks to New York State's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Gatorade and parent company PepsiCo have paid the price for their fraudulent claim that water is the enemy of athletic performance. In January, The Huffington Post ran my...Show More Summary

Controversial case snags Schneiderman, Cahill

Republican attorney general candidate John Cahill is hammering incumbent Eric Schneiderman for an aide's efforts on behalf of a convicted rapist who was paroled in June, but there's far more to the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Controversial conviction snags Schneiderman, Cahill

Republican attorney general candidate John Cahill is hammering incumbent Eric Schneiderman for an aide's efforts on behalf of a convicted rapist who was paroled in June, but there's far more to the... To view the full story, click the title link.

SEC Maintains Lucrative Business Feeding High-Frequency Traders Data A Few Second Early

Remember back when New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman noticed that paying for an early look at information from news organizations looked an awful lot like insider trading? He even came up with a catchy name for it and got Thomson Reuters to agree to stop doing it. Show More Summary

Editorial: Schneiderman for AG

Having performed ably as New York State’s top lawyer for the past four years, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is the better choice on Election Day.

Are you willing to pay more to cover Airbnb taxes?

Airbnb is wildly popular with almost everyone. Among the few detractors are some neighbors of the short-term rental properties and the Empire State's top lawyer. Eric T. Schneiderman, Attorney General of New York, made his concerns known in a report, Airbnb in the City, released Thursday, Oct. Show More Summary

72 Percent of Airbnb’s NY Rentals Are Illegal, Report Says

A whopping 72 percent of Airbnb’s listings in New York are illegal, according to a new state report, and together with city regulators, the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is actively cracking down on the room-rental service. Show More Summary

Kentucky ND Tells Senate Candidates to Stop Using News Clips in Campaign Spots

It’s election time, when candidates pay to run spots either bashing their opponents or making themselves look good. Here in New York City, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is using clips from WABC and WCBS along with some national news outlets to show he’s tough on crime. Bill Shory, news director for Louisville, Ky. Show More Summary

Editorial: Indefensible

Touting his progressive bona fides at Columbia University on Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman boasted: “Probably every month or so, we have done something that no one has ever done before."

New Rules Aim To Preserve Rent-Stabilized Apartments In Mixed-Income Buildings

NY State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has issued new policy guidelines that would permit owners of mixed-income residential buildings to sell market-rate units in those buildings, provided they either preserve or increase the number of affordable units permanently. [ more › ]

Opening Bell: 10.07.14

Wall Street Moles Go to New York’s Top Cop, Spurning SEC Cash (Bloomberg) A tip that helped spur New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s June lawsuit against Barclays Plc was first shopped to the SEC, as was another that triggered...Show More Summary

Schneiderman is probing S&P on mortgage ratings

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is investigating Standard & Poor's to determine whether it failed to follow its own methodology in rating commercial-mortgage bonds in order to win... To view the full story, click the title link.

Editorial: Lay it out, Eric

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s dealings with a top political operative with whom he has a long-standing personal and professional relationship are getting too cozy for comfort.

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