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  1. The Times Square tower, Ernst & Young LLP'S headquarters building, left, stands in New York.Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Bloomberg

    A red accordion folder that David Werner brings when he's negotiating a property deal contains two T-shirts. One, with a frowny face, says "Free Aggravation."

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  2. Amazon Leases Offices on Manhattan's 34th StreetRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Bloomberg

    Amazon.com Inc. , the world's biggest online retailer, leased 470,000 square feet at a midtown Manhattan property owned by Vornado Realty Trust that's across the street from the Empire State Building. The agreement at 7 W. 34th St. in the Herald Square shopping district, is for 17 years, New York-based Vornado said today in a statement.

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  3. Citigroup Risk Executive Shawn Miller Found Dead in New YorkRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | The Washington Post

    Shawn D. Miller, a Citigroup Inc. managing director who was global head of environmental and social risk management, was found dead in his New York apartment after suffering a neck wound, police said. Miller, 42, was found unconscious yesterday in the bathtub of his Greenwich Street apartment in lower Manhattan with a neck laceration, the New York City Police Department said in a statement.

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  4. New York Ebola Patient Spencer Leaves Hospital After 20 DaysRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | The Washington Post

    Craig Spencer, the New York City doctor who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Guinea, was declared free of the virus and released from Bellevue Hospital Center after 20 days of treatment. "Today I am healthy and no longer infectious," Spencer said at a news briefing at the city-run hospital in Manhattan, where he was joined by by Mayor Bill de Blasio and local health officials.

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  5. New York Ebola Patient Spencer Leaves Hospital After 20 DaysRead the original story

    Nov 11, 2014 | The Washington Post

    Craig Spencer, the New York City doctor who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Guinea, was declared free of the virus and released from Bellevue Hospital Center after 20 days of treatment. "Today I am healthy and no longer infectious," Spencer said at a news briefing at the city-run hospital in Manhattan, where he was joined by by Mayor Bill de Blasio and local health officials.

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  6. NYC Trump Co-Op Dwellers Face Million-Dollar BillsRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Manhattan's surging land costs are leaving the shareholders of an East Side luxury co-operative with a tough choice: pay a hefty price to buy the land under the building, or face increasing bills to keep renting it. The ground beneath Trump Plaza , at 167 E. 61st St., is up for sale as land prices break records.

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  7. Copter Buzz Pits NYC Tourists Against Waterfront DwellersRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Five tourists, their noise-canceling headphones set to stream Frank Sinatra's "Come Fly With Me" over a helicopter's roar, glide past Governors Island and the Statue of Liberty, then north to Yankee Stadium. Twenty-five minutes later, they're back at a downtown Manhattan heliport, taking photos as the next passengers wait, hands over their ears.

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  8. Bernard Spitzer, Builder, Father of Eliot Spitzer, Dies at 90Read the original story

    Nov 2, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Bernard Spitzer, a developer of exclusive New York City buildings whose wealth fueled the political ascendancy of a son, Eliot, until a call-girl scandal forced his resignation as New York's governor, has died. He was 90. The Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York confirmed by phone that a memorial service for the deceased is scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow.

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  9. New York City Carriage Horses Clip-Clop Away While De Blasio StallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Bloomberg

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio assured animal-rights activists during his run for City Hall that he would rid Central Park of horse-drawn carriages, which he called inhumane. "We are going to get rid of the horse carriages, period," de Blasio said a few days before taking office Jan. 1. "It's over."

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  10. NYC Carriage Horses Clip-Clop Away While De Blasio StallsRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2014 | Bloomberg

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio assured animal-rights activists during his run for City Hall that he would rid Central Park of horse-drawn carriages, which he called inhumane. "We are going to get rid of the horse carriages, period," de Blasio said a few days before taking office Jan. 1. "It's over."

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  11. NYC Ebola Patient's Fiancee to Leave for Home QuarantineRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2014 | Bloomberg

    The fiancee of Craig Spencer, a New York City doctor diagnosed with Ebola, will be released today from the hospital and moved into quarantine at home. Spencer's fiancee intends to leave Bellevue Hospital Center tonight and remain under quarantine until Nov. 14 at their apartment in Manhattan, said Jean Weinberg, director of public affairs for the city health department.

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  12. De Blasio Eats Meatballs, Seeking to Ease City's Ebola FearsRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2014 | The Washington Post

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, trying to take the edge off the city's Ebola fears, dined on meatballs at a restaurant previously visited by the doctor who brought the virus from West Africa. Craig Spencer, New York's first patient to test positive for Ebola, checked into Bellevue Hospital Center this week with a 100.3 degree fever after spending a couple of days crisscrossing the city, including a stop at the The Meatball Shop in Manhattan and a bowling alley in Brooklyn.

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  13. Ebola Swat Team in New York City to Help Avoid Dallas MisstepsRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | The Washington Post

    A second team of federal disease fighters are flying into New York today to consult on the city's first Ebola patient, aiming to help local health officials avoid missteps that led to two infections in Dallas. The newest group from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention includes four epidemiologists and infection control specialists, according to CDC spokeswoman Barbara Reynolds.

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  14. Who Was That Masked Man?Read the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Craig Spencer, the doctor who tested positive for Ebola in New York City on Thursday, is either a hero, "irresponsible," or a Williamsburg hipster who still bowls, depending on who you ask. In the midst of the New York media world's many, many eBOWLa jokes is a conversation about how Spencer, who was exposed to the disease while treating people in West Africa, should be treated.

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  15. New York Gets First Ebola CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | Bloomberg

    A New York City doctor has tested positive for Ebola after returning from aid work in West Africa. Authorities are tracking his movements even as they reassure the public the risk of contracting the disease is minimal.

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  16. New York Man Diagnosed With Ebola as Officials Downplay RiskRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | The Washington Post

    A New York City doctor has tested positive for Ebola after returning from aid work in West Africa. Authorities are tracking his movements and reassuring the public the risk of contracting the disease is minimal.

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  17. NYC Builders Spend Billions More on Homes in Luxury BoomRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Bloomberg

    New York City developers will spend 60 percent more on new homes this year, while adding only 22 percent more units, a sign of the market's tilt toward luxury condominiums, the New York Building Congress said. Spending on new housing will reach $10.9 billion, the most in records dating to 1995 and $4.1 billion more than last year's total, the trade group said in a report released today.

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  18. JPMorgan in Talks for New $6 Billion Hudson Yards HeadquartersRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Washington Post

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. is in early negotiations to build a new headquarters complex in the area of New York's Hudson Yards, the burgeoning district under development on the far west side of Manhattan.

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  19. Sorry Mr. President, Your Credit Card Is DeclinedRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | Bloomberg

    Ever been out to a fancy dinner at a Manhattan restaurant and had your credit card rejected? President Barack Obama knows your pain. After signing an order today directing the government to switch to payment cards with embedded microchips, rather than the less-safe magnetic strips, Obama related his own tale of credit misadventure during the United Nations meetings last month.

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  20. Lower Manhattan Subway Stations to Get Wireless Service in 2015Read the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | The Washington Post

    Subway stations in lower Manhattan will get mobile-phone coverage next year as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority extends its plan to blanket its network with wireless service. The Fulton Street stop is among 39 new stations to be ready by next spring, also including locations in west Harlem and Washington Heights, according to a statement today from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's office.

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