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  • BNY Mellon Said to Zero in on Two Sites in Planned Move

    Bank of New York Mellon Corp. is poised to choose between a lower Manhattan skyscraper and a smaller office building in New Jersey for at least 850 employees who would relocate with a sale of the company’s Wall Street headquarters, a person with knowledge of the discussions said.

  • Christie Poised to Match Record for New Jersey Downgrades

    Chris Christie is at risk of matching the record of six New Jersey bond downgrades under former Democratic Governor James McGreevey as ratings companies pan the second-term Republican’s revenue forecasts.

  • National Stock Exchange Files With SEC to Halt Operations

    The National Stock Exchange, an equity trading venue with about 0.2 percent of U.S. volume, has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to cease operations on May 30, according to its website.

  • Puerto Rico Debt Rallies on Budget That Avoids Borrowing

    Prices on Puerto Rico’s junk-rated debt rose to the highest in almost three weeks after an official said Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla plans to balance the next budget without deficit financing.

  • Port Authority Should Let N.J. Run PATH, Report Says

    New Jersey Transit should take over PATH, the trans-Hudson River commuter rail that’s projected to lose $389 million this year under the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a study recommends.

  • Financing Plan for Trade Center Tower Faces Challenges

    A financing plan for a third World Trade Center skyscraper in lower Manhattan is at risk as commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey prepare to vote on a $1.2 billion loan guarantee.

  • My Choice of Socks Brings Normalcy After Boston Marathon

    I’m torn about which socks to wear for my fourth Boston Marathon on April 21. The same black over- the-calf compression socks as last year or the newer pink leg sleeves I haven’t tested on the full distance?

  • Christie Rail Kill Misses Lowest Rates as N.J. Lags U.S.

    The moonscape highways around Fort Lee, New Jersey, have left cracked axles, bent rims and chunks of tire strewn across the lot at George Washington Bridge Towing. While the traffic jams Governor Chris Christie’s crew engineered here are gone, these broken vehicle parts show that the consequences of their boss’s economic choices endure.

  • My Choice of Socks Brings Normalcy After Boston Marathon

    I’m torn about which socks to wear for my fourth Boston Marathon on April 21. The same black over- the-calf compression socks as last year or the newer pink leg sleeves I haven’t tested on the full distance?

  • Vance Said to Probe Port Authority Pulaski Skyway Funding

    Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. is investigating whether the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey improperly financed the $1 billion renovation of the Pulaski Skyway, a person familiar with the matter said.

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