New York

Nearing Retirement but Not Slowing Down
Features, Municipal Government, New York

Nearing Retirement but Not Slowing Down

New York, NY – After 23 years working for the city of New York, Paul Spicer isn’t sure he’s ready to retire. The 65-year-old sighs and chuckles: “Maybe I’ll hold on for another year or two.”If Spicer does stay on, his colleagues and the clients he serves as a job opportunity specialist at Rider Job…

Higher Profits on Wall St.
Features, Finance, Law and Politics, New York

Higher Profits on Wall St.

New York, NY – Securities industry profits totaled $12.3 billion in the first half of 2017. “After a very successful first six months, Wall Street profits are on track to exceed last year’s level, barring a major fourth quarter setback,” New York State Tom DiNapoli said in a statement this week. “When Wall St. does well,…

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