New York City's Silent Killer

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Wall Street Journal describes how parents in New York City pony up $400 an hour to get their children an edge in a test for a gifted program. Just yesterday, an 18-year-old who had been enrolled at New York University committed suicide by jumping in front of a train.

New York Times Inc. - Turned Itself Around

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

A turnaround few anticipated has been New York Times Inc. For years media watchers had predicted the corporation will fold and a foundation would come to the rescue and fund what used to be the digital version of the old print The New York Times.

New York Daily News - MORE Layoffs

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Many in the New York Metro area remember the carnage announced on July 23rd of this year. The hometown newspaper - the New York Daily News - announced that it was laying off 93. Now, the New York Post reports that 5 more have been given the ax. 

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The New York Times - The Rocky Road to Digital

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  Not surprisingly, The New York Times is struggling in ways that have become quite public. It is already known that the new Metro digital-first czar Cliff Levy put the knock on the section. Kelly reports in The New York Post , the News Guild has pushed back.

New York Times Profits Down 85 Percent

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Stacey Radin, 52, Commits Suicide - The "Hanging Times" in New York City

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

A New Yorker. In New York City, there has been the third hanging. Here are more details from The New York Post.  Caring human beings in all locations, not only New York City, have to recognize the pull power of the hanging ethos in these chaotic times.

New York Time

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The smartphone changed time zones as I keep heading away from New Haven, Connecticut to my new business address in Tucson, Arizona. That's because I still need to hold onto New York Time. The New York clients, to my surprise, haven't dumped me.

New York City Marathon Cancelled: Who to Blame?

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New York City - Cartoonish Version of Gilded Age

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In Harpers , Kevin Baker declares New York City (and other large wealthy urban areas like San Francisco) over. That's what has made New York City boring.    Meanwhile the new kind of "migrant worker" commutes into New York City daily to work.

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Leaving New York - Reverse Careers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

They landed solid jobs or lucrative freelance careers in New York City. Now, the meme has become: I am going to credential my way out of New York City. The mundane epiphany is that they have to credential their way out of New York to a work situation which is less problematic. That usually requires positioning and packaging themselves as attractive to employers and clients outside New York.

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New York Times Has Lousy Q3

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

No surprise, the parent of The New York Times reported a lousy Q3. There had been ways around The New York Times' paywall but most of those have been blocked. Overall ad revenues were down 7.7%.

Fox Guest Wayne Rogers Says New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman Is “Retarded”

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Delays and Long Lines for Voting in New York City

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The New York Times Metro Staff Could Find Coal in Their Stocking

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Metro staff at The New York Times is becoming undone. There's a new "sheriff" in town - Cliff Levy. As the New York Post reports, he told those working in the Metro section that the unit has "lost its footing." 

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The New York Times - Digital-Only News Organization Will Replace the Newspaper

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The current publisher of The New York Times - A. In addition, although the Trump Bump has been good for now, it does not provide any long-term solution to how the New York Times, as a business, will survive. Newspapers? Sulzberger - sees the future.

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New York Times: ‘Romney Has Nothing Really Coherent Or Substantive To Say…’ Mediaite

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New York City Subway, Catholic Nuns, and The Russians

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Boniface Roman Catholic school in Jersey City, New Jersey was that the Russians would spot us Catholic children on the platform of the New York City subway. This morning I read in the New York Post a man wearing a Make America Great cap pushed another man off the subway platform.

Law Students Sue New York Law School

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The New York Times Launches Billionaire Beat

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"The New York Times has shifted chief TV critic Alessandra Stanley to the just created billionaire beat to report on the doings of the top one percent of the one percent.

New York - Leaving It Hard, Not Impossible

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

If your professional brand is "New York" you probably have decided that's the way it is: You better stay there. It's also obvious that, given your age, there have been fewer opportunities for those great New York jobs and client assignments.

The New York Times - Unthinkable Could Happen

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

" - New York Post, August 11, 2016. As many know, New York Times Inc. And institutions - that is, iconic brands - are struggling to survive in the new world order. It is likely that in five years, the public company called New York Times Inc.

Political Speech Writer, New York (help-wanted)

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Blockchain Writer, New York City (help-wanted)

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It's Come to Even This: New York Magazine Looking for Buyer

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Those of a certain age remember when New York Magazine was red hot. Now, as The Wall Street Journal reports, the owner of New York Magazine - New York Media - is exploring a sale of the publication.  The New York Daily News had cut half its newsroom.

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Leaving New York, By Way of Arizona

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In 2014, 126,000 left New York City. My reasons for fleeing the New York Metro area in 2014 ranged from the high cost of housing, which was getting higher all the time. Essentially my new home is a kind of halfway house. That's what newgeography.com found. Probably  Probably for many of those, it was a soul-wrenching decision. After all, you can make the big money in the Big Apple.

The New York Times Figured Out the New Game

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Finally, there is hope that The New York Times will continue to exist. There are clear signs that it has figured out how to play the new game to win. In Odwyerpr.com , Kevin McCauley notes: "The New York Times Co.

Lindsay Jacoby - Is There New York Metro Suicide Ethos?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Those deaths happened in the New York Metro area. Is there something about the New York Metro ethos which encourages checking out, versus solving problems, whatever they might be? Here are the details from New York Post.

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Another Suicide at New York University - We Have Robbed That Generation of Hope, Stepped Up Career Pressures

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

in the East Village of New York City.   That's when an 18-year-old student enrolled at New York University took his life. Yes, higher education in New York City has become the killing fields.  It was about 12:05 P.M.

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New York City's Brearley - Yet Another School for Scandal

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Here is the coverage by Katie Van Syckle at New York Magazine. Now the elite Brearley, based in Manhattan, joins Choate, Rosemary Hall, Horace Mann, and Poly Prep in being outed as the setting for sexual abuse of students.

Drudge Report Links New York, New Jersey, Minnesota Attacks

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The influential, conservative Drudge Report is linking the attacks in New York, New Jersey, and Minnesota. Our response should be fear, right. That could be the platform for Donald Trump to ride in to the rescue. He could announce a really-get-tough-with-terrorism agenda.

New York City - You Could Become Bad Guy for Using Uber

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

New York City (NYC) has been the first major urban area to pass legislation capping the number of ride-share services. That will be at the current 100,000. The limit will remain in effect for a year as a study is conducted about the overall impact of this app technology on NYC.

Class of 2018 - Best Time in Years to Rent Apartment in New York City

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's a renters' market in New York City.    And, that means members of the Class of 2018 can try out their dreams in Manhattan at a time when the median rents are the lowest in about 7 years. Douglas Elliman Real Estate found that rents have fallen more than 3%.

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The New York Times Company - Q1 Loss of $14.3 Million

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The New York Times Company had a lousy Q1. " The question on many minds, especially those of employees there, is: Will the flagship newspaper, The New York Times, be around in five years? As Kevin McCauley reports in Odwyerpr.com : "Revenue slipped 1.6

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First Snow Fall: New York Metro area

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The first snowfall, no matter when it happens, always seems too soon.   My adopted canine son Lee K. agrees.  This morning, despite his neon blue sweater, he was not full of joy once we left the lobby of our apartment building.

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Kroger's Fry's - No The New York Times On Sunday

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"I don't see The New York Times on the newspaper rack. This, I found a tragic commentary on the decline of the influence of The New York Times. In contrast, we recall when Don Draper of "Mad Men" placed a full-page ad in The New York Times.

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Careerism - A New York State of Mind

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Only out of the New York Metro area since April 2014, I was stunned by the lack of a careerist spin. Now that I have, it's been easier to make new friends.  "No, my law practice is not that successful. I get by." 

Alum: New York Times

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The New York Times - This dog can't hunt

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

That seems to apply to The New York Times. There is a saying in the sales world when a product or service is stuck: This dog don't hunt.

"Little Men" - Not your typical New York story of gentrification

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  The conflict over the rent could have turned out to have been the usual New York story, involving lawyers and a likable victim. A death in the family changes a lot.

Legal Action = New York City State of Mind

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"New York City pays out way more than any other major city to settle legal claims - doling out a whopping $720 million in judgments and settlements during the past fiscal year, a new report [from Governing magazine] says." " -   New York Post, November 1, 2016.  New York City is crawling with lawyers. In addition, the Trial Lawyers Association, reports the New York Post, has political influence in the Big Apple.