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David Garth, Who Guided Four Mayors to City Hall, Dies at 84

David Garth, a legendary figure in New York City politics and campaign advertising who guided four mayors to City Hall, died this morning at his Manhattan home. 783 more words

Hillary Clinton: Data drives progress for women

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Appealing to fairness isn’t working to achieve progress for women, Hillary Clinton says.

“It’s not enough any longer to make the case on the moral rights ground … We’re not making the progress we should be if that’s the principal and in some cases exclusive argument we make,’’ Clinton said Monday at an event announcing an effort to improve global data collection on women. 234 more words

2016

Danny Simmons & J4UJ Merge Fine Arts & Fashion With New D&J Art Wear Line (PHOTOS)

Last week, celebrities retreated to the warmer weather in Miami for Art Basel 2014, where they flocked to over 300 galleries and exhibits from around the world.  219 more words

Style

Loosies and natural law

It has been very widely publicized that Eric Garner made a living by selling loose black-market cigarettes, or “loosies,” on the street. The NYPD’s official explanation for the argument leading to his homicide is that he was being placed under arrest for selling loosies, although there is a separate, contradictory account of his having been confronted by NYPD officers for breaking up a fight. 2,418 more words

College-educated Elites

Michael Bloomberg Taps 'Economist' Chief As Bloomberg News Top Editor

Matthew Winkler, founding editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News and one of the most skilled survivors in a tumultuous and ever-shifting media environment, has been kicked upstairs by the boss who hired him 25 years ago. 480 more words

News

The Economist's John Micklethwait Replaces Matthew Winkler as Bloomberg News EIC

Bloomberg has hired Economist editor John Micklethwait to replace Matthew Winkler as editor in chief of Bloomberg News, the company announced this morning. Mr. Winkler, who left… 436 more words