Waiting for his coat after lunch yesterday, Woody Johnson, owner of the New York Jets, said he’s doing everything he can to make the Denver Broncos feel at home as they prep for the Super Bowl at the Jets’ training center.
The alarm blaring in the New York headquarters of Amalgamated Bank, where the Democratic National Committee and Occupy Wall Street are clients, didn’t bother the two pinstriped executives sitting still with legs crossed.
It seems impossible: a dynamic, thought-provoking art show about the terrorist attacks on New York that’s likely to offend no one. Yet Peter Eleey, curator of the exhibition “September 11” at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens, may have pulled off just that.
Discount retailer Loehmann’s Inc. filed for Chapter 11 reorganization early yesterday morning and later in the day was given interim authority by the bankruptcy judge for $6 million in credit from a $45 million loan provided by Crystal Financial LLC, a pre-petition lender.
MIG Inc. , the indirect owner of 47 percent of the leading telecommunications provider in the Republic of Georgia, reached a settlement with the creditors’ committee that resulted in the approval of a disclosure statement on Aug. 19.