Nice catch from Matt Balan over at Mediaite, who caught this from The New York Times’ report on the London terror attack [emphasis mine]: “Britain...
New York State Allies for Public Education (NYSAPE), Long Island Opt Out, New York BATs, NYC Opt Out and Stronger Together, are gearing up their op-out campaign. New York State Common Core English/Language Arts tests in grades 3-8 are scheduled for March 27 through March 31. Show More Summary
ODA is seeking an entry-level coordinator to assist with all fashion PR functions including office coordination, editorial programming, influencer engagement, event planning, runway shows, and social media.Hours are flexible, compensation to be determined based on candidate’s skill... Continue reading
CLY Communication is a communications agency with offices in Berlin and New York that focuses on public relations, events, and celebrity relations.We are looking for a full-time Account Executive to work on luxury accessory and beauty accounts. The ideal candidate will have up to two years of... Continue reading
Founded in Milan in 1968, ETRO conjures a vision of poetic, sophisticated designs and enlightened, colorful collections including the men’s, women’s, accessories, home and fragrance collections. RequirementsCandidates must have an interest in fashion and public relations and be able to commit at... Continue reading
Based on estimates from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, The New York Times mapped the percentage of people who think global warming will harm the country against the… Tags: global warming, New York Times, opinion
New York Times: “First, aides say that Mr. Trump, who often says, ‘I’m, like, a really smart person’ in public, is driven by a need to prove his legitimacy as president to the many critics who deem him an unworthy [...]
(Scott Johnson) My escape into the lost worlds of Norman Podhoretz’s Making It has a comic coda. I make something of the fact that Making It was mugged by the New York Review of Books upon its publication in 1967, but that it is now published as a NYRB Classic “under the auspices of the New York Review of Books, no less[.]” NYRB Classics editor Edwin Frank takes issue with me in
From the long arc of his public work and life, the New York City columnist often stepped away from the crowd and told stories of people who were ignored.
Moroccanoil, the beauty brand that pioneered oil-infused hair care and created the worldwide buzz on argan oil, is seeking a part or full-time Summer intern who will support the general administrative needs of the Moroccanoil Global Public Relations department. We are looking for a minimum... Continue reading
Kevin Young stepped into his role as director of New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in September 2016, succeeding former director Khalil Gibran Muhammad. Young most recently served at Emory University,...Show More Summary
Microsoft today announced its partnership with Ecolab and Trucost to launch the Water Risk Monetizer tool in New York City. The Water Risk Monetizer is the first publicly available financial modeling tool that enables businesses to factor current and future water risks into decision making. It now helps businesses understand the impact of water quantity […]
Honduras on Monday launched a probe into allegations a drug cartel took on public contracts to launder money, made by one of the gang's ex-leaders in testimony to a New York court. The country's public ministry said it has tasked four...Show More Summary
“The spirit of civic responsibility that defined his career brought great public benefits to our city and country, and it inspired so many others to become more involved in philanthropy and public affairs,” former New York mayor Bloomberg said. Continue reading ? The post David Rockefeller, billionaire philanthropist and businessman, dies at 101 appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Mr. Silvers brought to The Review’s pages a self-effacing sense of devotion that made him indistinguishable from the publication, and it from him.
It was the latest public works plan announced by Cuomo at a time when such projects are increasingly on the national agenda. Republican President Donald Trump has vowed to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure, which the American Society of Civil Engineers has given a near-failing grade. Show More Summary
New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has hired a prosecutor to specifically pursue public corruption cases.
On this date in 1824, David D. Howe (or “How”) was publicly executed at the upstate New York town of Angelica. Up to five or six thousand souls — several times the population of Angelica — were said to have turned out on a fair springtime morning for the hanging. Howe’s fate could be read […]
Jimmy Breslin, the street-savvy, Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist whose two-fisted prose championing the little guy and pillorying those who betrayed the public trust made him a New York City institution for more than 40 years, died Sunday. He was 87. Breslin, who also turned out a string...
Today, San Francisco-based MuleSoft made its debut as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange (disclosure: MuleSoft is the parent company to ProgrammableWeb.com). Ahead of the IPO, the company priced its shares at $17 and closed its first day of trading at $24.75.