NY Comptroller: Average Wall St. Bonus Is Nearly $173,000New York's state comptroller says the average bonus paid to securities industry employees in New York City grew 2 percent last year to nearly $173,000.
Assemblyman William Scarborough Pleads Not Guilty To Grand Larceny, Filing False Campaign DocumentsA state assemblyman from New York City has been charged by authorities with using his campaign funds for personal expenses.
NY Teachers' Union Staying Out Of Governor's RaceThe union says Thursday it won't endorse Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, his liberal primary challenger Zephyr Teachout, Green Party hopeful Howie Hawkins or Republican Rob Astorino.
Gov. Cuomo, State Comptroller DiNapoli Win Dem's Nominations For Re-ElectionGov. Andrew Cuomo and state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli won the state Democratic Party's nominations for re-election at the state's convention on Long Island Wednesday.
State Comptroller: Labor Negotiations Cloud NYC Budget OutlookNew York City's finances have been helped by strong revenue growth, but ongoing structural deficits and labor contracts that still have to be renewed are a concern, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in a report issued Tuesday.
Audit: State DOT Lacks Records On Railroad Bridge InspectionsAn audit claims the state Department of Transportation lacks the records to show updated and adequate safety plans for railroad bridges statewide.
State Comptroller DiNapoli: Alarming Case Of Nepotism At MTAAlarming accusations of Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers cutting corners and surfing the Internet instead of riding the rails surfaced on Friday. And if that’s not all, a high-ranking executive has been accused of getting her domestic partner a cushy job.
Comptroller: NY Home Foreclosure Filings DeclineNew mortgage foreclosure filings dropped last year in New York while still edging up nationally, according to state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who cautioned the fallout continues from the U.S. housing crisis and recession.
Cuomo Nominates Martens As Environmental ChiefGov. Andrew Cuomo has nominated Joe Martens, a key figure in some of the state's major land acquisitions in the Adirondacks and elsewhere, to serve as commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation.
DiNapoli Rejects $7.5B N.Y. Tech Contract As 'Waste'
New Yorkers' Income Falls For First Time In 70 YearsThe pain in New Yorkers’ wallets is real. With paychecks shrinking, New Yorkers’ income fell for the first time in 70 years – and by almost twice as much as the rest of the nation.