Posts Tagged ‘Jared Kushner’

Winners and Losers, February 28, 2014

Written by City & State on . Posted in Winners & Losers

  Everyone seemed a bit jumpy this week: Sen. Tony Avella jumped to the IDC, Sen. Adriano Espaillat jumped back into the fray with Rep. Charlie Rangel, Assemblyman Micah Kellner jumped out of his race, and Donald Trump’s son-in-law jumped on Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Where will they land in our weekly winners and losers? That’s up to you.   Tony Avella - There’s nothing like joining a playoff-bound team midway through the season after spending time with one below .500. Avella’s… [More]

Is Observer Piece Hitting Schneiderman Trump’s Revenge?

Written by Nick Powell on . Posted in Blog, Daily, Heard Around Town, Latest, News, Other News

Is Donald Trump about to make good on his threat to “get even” with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman? The New York Observer will publish a lengthy profile of Schneiderman tomorrow that sources say will serve as payback for the lawsuit the attorney general filed against Trump University. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is the publisher of the Observer. “It’s been clear for months that Donald Trump ordered up a hit piece in his son-in-law’s newspaper to retaliate against Schneiderman for bringing a… [More]

Delta and Port Authority Open New Terminal at JFK (Updated)

Written by Morgan Pehme on . Posted in Economic Development, Features, Heard Around Town, News, Transportation

Delta and the Port Authority opened Delta Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens on Friday. The sprawling terminal, which was built through a public-private partnership between the airline and the Port Authority, is part of a $1.4 billion redevelopment plan at JFK, an airport that many industry experts say has been badly in need of expansion and modernization for some time. “Modern terminals are the most visible component in creating an airport experience that passengers rank first… [More]