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Join Us at CitySquare's Urban Engagement Book Club

On the third Thursday of each month, at CitySquare’s  Opportunity Center (1610 S. Malcolm X Blvd), our External Affairs Department sponsors the Urban Engagement Book Club… 178 more words

Investing in Women: Bloomberg Financial Services Gender-Equality Index

Bloomberg, L.P., the global business and financial information leader, has a finger on the pulse of innovation and diversity.  Inside Bloomberg’s soaring glass-walled headquarters in midtown Manhattan, Bloomberg experts are breaking down glass ceilings and compiling information on the upside of gender equality.   668 more words

Michael Bloomberg is wrong: Apple must protect your cell phone data from the FBI

The privacy vs. national security debate is like one of those terrifying roller-coasters you find in an amusement park. It has its highs and lows, and at certain points along the way can suddenly jerk at a 180-degree angle, changing the rules and jolting everyone into place. 662 more words

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Donald Trump's campaign spends $6 million with Trump companies

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is one of the wealthiest people to ever run for president, but his campaign appears to be flat broke. What’s more, fundraising reports show he’s used about $6 million in campaign money to pay his own companies and family members. 873 more words


The Power and Politics of Norman Seabrook's COBA

His union might not have grabbed as many headlines as the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, or turned out as many voters to the polls as 1199 SEIU—but for more than two decades as the head of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association, Norman Seabrook cultivated deep ties with politicians from both parties, solidifying the power of his union. 2,021 more words

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Anti-de Blasio Poll: Stringer Could Beat Mayor in Democratic Primary Matchup

A new survey by a group dedicated to booting Mayor Bill de Blasio from City Hall seems to have found the man for the job: city Comptroller Scott Stringer. 387 more words

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Companies Unprepared for Low Carbon Economy Will Lose

Report to Financial Stability Board

Companies that do not plan for the inevitable low-carbon economy resulting from climate action sparked by the Paris Climate Change Agreement risk considerable financial losses and drops in value, argue a pair of leading economists from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment. 358 more words

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