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Last month, Omni had better luck, buying its first Manhattan properties—two Section 8 buildings in Harlem with 53 units—for $5.5 million. Now, as a number of big, financially troubled properties, including Lawrence Gluck’s 1,230-unit Riverton in Harlem, make their way through foreclosure, they are weighing a bid. Even Manhattan’s vast middle-income oasis Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village looms as a potential target.
Kennedy Death Cuts Broad Health Bill Odds, Hatch Says By Nicole Gaouette Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) — Congress is less likely to pass sweeping health-care overhaul legislation following the death of Senator Edward Kennedy, a leading Republican said. “You’re not going to get this big, broad Democrat spending bill — you’re not going to get Republican
BOSTON (Reuters) – Fresh details of large-scale cyber attacks against data processor Heartland Payment Systems Inc and supermarket chain Hannaford Brothers show the challenges facing the efforts of the U.S. credit-card industry to upgrade security measures.
BOSTON — Under Massachusetts law, voters will choose the successor to Sen. Kennedy in a special election in January. But that’s too long to wait for many Democrats, because Massachusetts would be without what could be a crucial vote as the U.S. Senate debates health insurance reform, Kennedy’s lifelong goal.
The last of the Kennedys who fascinated the nation with their ambition, style, idealism, tragedies — and sometimes sheer recklessness — Edward Moore Kennedy died late Tuesday night at 77. A black shroud and vase of white roses sat Wednesday on his Senate desk, which John Kennedy had used before him.
But the I.R.S. commissioner, Doug Schulman, said the agreement with UBS was a “major step forward” in the government’s efforts to pierce bank secrecy, and he warned that “wealthy Americans who have hidden their money offshore will find themselves in a jam.”
That percentage of spending puts Massachusetts seventh among states in the rate of putting stimulus funds into the economy, Executive Office of Administration and Finance officials said Thursday. By the end of the life of the stimulus in fiscal 2011, the state expects to receive $9.22 billion for spending out of $514 billion doled out nationally, as well as $4.28 billion in tax benefits, compared to $272.52 billion nationally.
Consider the audience. No financing is “typical” or “standard,” and today, more than ever, investment documents must fit investor objectives. If valuation is stalling discussions, would the investor take convertible debt with a right to participate in future equity rounds at a discount?
But many in their 20s and early 30s are not buying rosy projections, due to immediate financial pressures and exposure to the longest recession since the 1930s Great Depression.