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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, June 24, 2017

New York

Some big names companies are coming to the 26 acres built on platforms above rail yards on Manhattan’s Far West Side. 

One such tenant is Time Warner, which is transferring employees from several locations, including Bryant Park and Columbus Circle. Other tenants include: Boston Consulting that is relocating from East Midtown; Coach is moving from West 34th Street; pharmaceutical company Intercept from the meatpacking district; and L’Oréal USA is coming from Midtown.

West Side real estate developers the Related Companies and Oxford Properties are calling it “the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States.”

$626 million in public money has been invested so far by the city, to cover things like the 7-train

The Long Island Rail Road concourse inside the James A. Farley Post Office Building across the street from Pennsylvania Station may have some new signs and big digital screens showing train schedules and photos of various New York City neighborhoods, but riders are still more considered about getting better service.

The New York Times spoke to some commuters inside the concourse. Fiona Germain from Long Island told the paper, “I’m feeling like I’m in another country. When I travel to Europe

Despite Qatar’s known status as a sovereign nation which supports and harbors terrorists, it is continuing to successfully amass wealth, investments and partners in the United States. Qatar, the country on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, enjoys the world's third largest natural gas and oil reserves. The country, with a total population of 2.6 million, boasts the highest per capita income in the world. The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) was formed to invest earnings from its

The U.S. government fund set up to compensate victims of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme expects to begin distributing money this year. The $4 billion fund has attracted criticism for the delay in payouts, since its inception nearly four years ago. Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman, Richard Breeden, is overseeing the fund. Early in June, claims were deemed valid by the Department of Justice. As reported by Reuters, the first payouts could materialize in late October. "We are

On Thursday June 15th, law enforcement officials announced that the recent outbreak of murders on Long Island is no accident — but a plan stemming from the MS-13 gang. The blood thirsty gang is targeting the Empire State. MS-13 leaders in El Salvador have “implemented the ‘New York Program,’ which mandates an increase of violence and bloodshed in New York,” Madeline Singas, Nassau DA revealed.

At the press conference on Thursday, Singas also announced the arrests of dozens of reputed MS-13 gang