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December 15, 2014 |
41. Because Citi Bike Is Too Big (of an Idea) to Fail

Meet Jay Walder, the former head of the MTA and the new chief of Citi Bike, which has plans to double in size by 2017.

June 30, 2014 | Features
Stash Pad

The New York real-estate market is now the premier destination for wealthy foreigners with rubles, yuan, and dollars to hide.

March 10, 2014 | Features
The Gavel Drops at Sotheby’s

The auction house is under attack by hedge-fund activist Daniel Loeb, who wants it to start making lots more money, in part by refusing to kowtow to rich folks like him.

December 9, 2013 | Features
Why Run a Slum If You Can Make More Money Housing the Homeless?

One notorious real-estate family has converted its run-down buildings into for-profit shelters, paid for by the city. The going rent per cubicle: $3,600 a month.

October 7, 2013 | Intelligencer
The Last of Bloombergville

Developers rush to build before the next mayor ruins the fun.

June 17, 2013 | Intelligencer
The People’s Critic

Michael Kimmelman’s war on Madison Square Garden.

April 15, 2013 | Features
Does BuzzFeed Know the Secret?

Jonah Peretti’s viral-content machine purports to have solved the problems of both journalism and advertising at once, all with the help of a simple algorithm.

February 4, 2013 | Features
Falling Down

The Tappan Zee Bridge, as one expert calls it, is the “scary of scaries.”

March 28, 2011 | Features
Miss Grundy Was Fired Today

Once deified, now demonized, teachers are under assault from union-busting Republicans on the right and wealthy liberals on the left. And leading the charge from all directions is a woman most famous for losing her job: the former Washington, D.C., schools chancellor Michelle Rhee.

August 30, 2010 | Features
The Billionaire and the Book Lover

Are Barnes & Noble founder Len Riggio and his nemesis Ron Burkle the only people in America who still want to own a mega-bookstore?

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