Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | How Trump and Sharpton Became the Ultimate New York Frenemies Advertisement Supported by President Trump and the Rev. Al Sharpton have a history of using each other for their own purposes, whether as foes or friends. ByJames Barron and Jeffery C. Mays Jul 29, 2019 [What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox .] Both were enduring characters in New York, their names in headlines, their faces on television. Both began their lives outside Manhattan — one was born in Brownsville, Brooklyn, the other in Jamaica, Queens — and both worked their way toward its irresistibly sizzling spotlight. Both found fame on television, Donald J. Trump as a reality-show host, the Rev. Al Sharpton as a cable news commentator. They occasionally crossed paths, drawing energy from each … [Read more...] about How Trump and Sharpton Became the Ultimate New York Frenemies
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When Yulia Laricheva saw someone have a heart attack in the office of a New York City advertising firm, she knew something needed to change. At the time, she was afraid to talk to management about the work culture. "If we spoke out, we would get blacklisted, retaliated against or fired," she said. Laricheva said the expectation that she would work at all hours of the day started to affect her own health. "It was making me sick. I was having heart palpitations, I was stressed, I couldn't disconnect," she said. "I'm very committed to my job. But there has to come a time when you say pencils down, when you go home and rest." Now, Laricheva, a Brooklyn resident, is supporting a bill introduced by New York City Councilman Rafael L. Espinal Jr. called the "Right to Disconnect." The proposed bill would make it illegal for private employers in New York City with 10 or more employees to require their workers to check and respond to electronic communications during non-work hours. "I think it's … [Read more...] about A ‘right to disconnect’? New York City Council explores protecting off hours
By Megan Henney Published January 18, 2019 The Fed FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Federal Reserve vice chairman: US economy has momentum, Fed can be ‘patient’ in 2019 FBN’s Edward Lawrence and MarketWatch markets editor Mark DeCambre discuss Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida's comments about the health of the U.S. economy. Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams warned on Friday that the longest partial government shutdown in U.S. history is starting to create “emerging headwinds” to economic growth. Continue Reading Below While speaking at the New Jersey Bankers Association’s economic leadership forum, Williams, a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee this year, called for an approach of patience, prudence and good judgment in the face of a softer economic outlook. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM... FED'S POWELL WARNS EXTENDED GOVERNMENT … [Read more...] about New York Fed’s Williams warns of ‘headwinds’ from record government shutdown
The United States government should double annual immigration to two million per year because it would help the nation’s “workforce and economic health,” said an op-ed in the New York Times. Shikha Dalmia, an Indian immigrant who is now a libertarian writer, wrote:The idea that America is experiencing mass immigration is a myth. The reality is that we desperately need to pick up the pace of immigration to maintain our work force and economic health …. America should be admitting a million more immigrants per year — more than double the current number from now until 2050. Dalmia and her NYT editors ignore the massive economic harm that is already being caused to American employees by the government’s policy of importing one new immigrant for every four Americans who turn 18, or just over one million legal immigrants per year. This interventionist government policy has a huge impact on the labor market by inflating the supply of … [Read more...] about New York Times Op-Ed: Double Immigration to Grow Economy, Not Wages
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