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On Tuesday, April 11, the Bethpage-based cable operator Altice USA, which was created by the Netherlands-based Altice NV acquiring Cablevision and Suddenlink Communications, filed for an initial public offering that is looking to between $1 and $2 billion, according to Fox Business’ inside source.
French billionaire Patrick Drahi is the founder of Altice, and by bringing his US cable empire public, he will have the financial backing for more acquisitions.
Fox Business reports, “Altice USA will need all the financial firepower it can muster to be competitive for U.S. acquisitions with rivals Charter Communications Inc and Comcast Corp as a wave of mergers is expected to sweep the wireless and telecom sector. Potential acquisition targets
After the extended nightmare which was the construction of the Second Avenue subway line, businesses on the Upper East Side are slowly making a recovery.
For close to seven years, construction equipment, dust and noise had flooded the streets between the upper 60s and upper 90s along second avenue, creating an atmosphere less than appealing for shoppers. Now that the dust has finally cleared, business owners that have remained open through it all, say that there has not been an immediate
Israelfest, the largest community celebration of Israel on Long Island, will feature an exciting afternoon of family fun and activities for all ages. The event will take place Sunday, May 7, from 12:00-4:00pm, at North Hempstead Beach Park in Port Washington.
Activities for both young and old will include everything from rides and inflatables, to dunk tanks and climbing walls. Arts and crafts, creating Hebrew necklaces, designing and flying Israeli kites are just some of the activities that
A campaign has been launched in Mexico by New York City’s official bureau for tourism in an attempt to counteract President Donald Trump’s negative rhetoric towards the county and in turn win back travelers.
To boost the enthusiasm of potential tourist about visiting the city, Mexico City’s Ministry of Tourism and NYC & Company have joined forces. Throughout the capital of Mexico there will be bus shelters and billboards stating that New York City "le da la bienvenida al mundo," welcoming
Final NY budget to include $289 million in nonpublic school funding
Teach NYS, a project of the Orthodox Union, secured a historic victory for nonpublic schools in the 2018 New York State budget, which allocates $289 million in nonpublic school funding, including a record-breaking $40 million for nonpublic school security. The final budget also includes $210 million for state mandated services, $25 million for technology, $7 million for immunization, and the creation of a new reimbursement