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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

New York

New York State Senate’s staff members have frequently sent false payroll information to the state comptroller’s office, which allowed three state senators to collect thousands in stipends, according to the New York Times.

The three senators—Diane J. Savino of Staten Island, Jose R. Peralta of Queens, and David J Valesky of Syracuse—were listed in emails sent over three years as committee leaders, even though Republicans held these seats, reports the Times. These emails were obtained through a freedom of information law request filed on Thursday, says the Times.

Although the three senators are Democrats, they are all also members of the Independent Democratic Conference—which consists of eight Democrats— which has partnered with

After a long stint in Los Angeles, the Grammy awards is officially returning to the Big Apple

Last week, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio along with executives from Madison Square Garden, CBS and the recording academy that the Grammy awards ceremony would be held in New York on January 28 of 2018. This is the first time in 15 years that the city will be hosting the event. 

Mayor de Blasio said in his speech that “There is no better place for music’s biggest night than the world’s greatest

Former AIG boss recently lost his appeal over AIG bailout 

A federal appeals court rendered a death blow to the case of former AIG CEO Maurice “Hank” Greenberg. A federal appeals Court threw out a ruling that the U.S. government had overstepped its bounds when it bailed out the insurance company as part of a “too big to fail” philosophy during the 2008 financial crises. 

Greenberg referred to the terms of the bailout as “extortionate”. As part of the bail-out package, the government took at

Ticket brokers must pay a $4 million fine for illegally buying tickets and reselling them to the public at higher prices

Several ticket brokers must pay the consequences of buying and reselling tickets at higher prices, a process known as “scalping”. The group has settled its case out of court and now is required to come up with a total of $4 million. The amount of tickets sold illegally is estimated to run into the range of hundreds of thousands. The illicit tickets drew in buyers because

The struggling publisher Time Inc. has announced plans to sell some of its assets as the company that owns People and Sports Illustrated, moves forward with a digital strategy. 

During a conference call on Wednesday, May 10, President and Chief Executive Officer Rich Battista said Time Inc. will look to sell the “relatively smaller” titles in its portfolio and other “non-core” assets, which he provided no specific names for.

Battista added that Time is open to work with other companies on