New York City Comptroller John Liu stood in a Chinatown banquet hall last week surrounded by hundreds of guests who paid $100 each to celebrate his 46th birthday. There were platters of noodles, balloons and enough American flag-themed cake to feed the entire room.
China would increase the size of its economy by about 2 percent by joining a Pacific trade pact in the view of the central bank’s chief research economist, according to presentation slides seen by Bloomberg News.
New York City Comptroller John Liu was denied more than $3 million in public matching funds in his bid for the Democratic mayoral nomination after the Campaign Finance Board said it found evidence of possible “serious and pervasive” fundraising violations.
New York City Comptroller John Liu, who campaigned for office pledging transparency in his supervision of municipal pensions, won’t provide records on $32 million in “organizational costs” that his biggest fund paid to money managers.