Officials from Connecticut and beyond are expressing their shock and horror.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says that if the federal government goes over the ‘fiscal cliff,’ it would mean a big hit in the wallet for Empire State residents.
By year’s end, the securities industry is anticipated to earn $15 billion, according to the analysis from the comptroller’s office.
Before jacking up truck tolls 45 percent on the New York State Thruway and raising the toll at the Tappan Zee Bridge to pay for a new bridge, how about cracking down on toll cheats?
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reports that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on the right track fiscally after years of crises that forced fare and toll increases.
Huntley said that she expects to be arrested on Monday in the state’s continuing investigation into the use of pork-barrel grants by legislators.
Authorities said Lawrence J. Bruckner of Plainview has also admitted failing to pay taxes on payments he received from other dentists who worked at his clinics.
An audit by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office charges that the MTA allowed Apple to make it difficult for rivals to get in a bid by requiring that potential tenants be willing to front $5 million in cash within a 30-day window.
Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is blasting a proposal by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that would allow the governor to reallocate funding approved by the Legislature.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli also released a report on economic trends, which found an uneven recovery from the recession that’s still hitting many areas hard three years later.
As Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to present his budget proposal for the coming fiscal year, a state financial report shows the boomlet that appeared briefly in the spring has fizzled.
Wall Street is again losing jobs because of global economic woes, threatening tax revenue for a city and state heavily reliant on the financial industry, New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said Tuesday.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is trying to find the owners of $11 billion in unclaimed funds.
An analysis by the Manhattan Institute says New York’s cities will be hit especially hard by rising public pension costs.
Almost $86 million of overtime was paid last year to 5,360 of the authority’s 6,977 employees, most for PATH and the public safety workers, auditors said.