Here’s your morning roundup of the biggest media industry news and happenings.
Business Insider Inks 150 Fifth Avenue Sublease
Business Insider, master of the slideshow, has signed a 20,646-square-foot sublease of the entire eighth floor at 150 Fifth Avenue, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The subtenant will pay rent in the low-$50s per square foot in a deal expiring in early 2018, according to data from Comp
Billy Eichner and Amy Poehler (FunnyOrDie.com)
Ah, this kind of stuff never happens to us. We're never the people on the street just minding our own business, and all of a sudden a celebrity pops up and tries to get us into the spirit of the holidays. That literally never happens to us, but if it di
Bill de Blasio is going to Washington tomorrow.
New York City’s mayor-elect announced today that he’ll be meeting with President Barack Obama at the White House, along with other newly-elected mayors.Read More
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has appointed Lilliam Barrios-Paoli to be his next Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services.
Ms. Barrios-Paoli, who currently is commissioner of the Department for the Aging, is a veteran of the Bloomberg, Giuliani and Koch administrations, though–like Mr
This is the third of Leveraged Finance Zone’s 4-part look at the possibilities of a credit bubble in the leveraged loan market. Part 1 focuses on the credit profile of new-issue loans (they’re nowhere near as aggressive as many of the deals originated pre-Lehman). Part 2 looks
Last year a New Yorker named Lulzim Kupa was indicted on federal cocaine distribution charges that carried a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years. He nevertheless declined to plead guilty, even when prosecutors offered to forgo the mandatory minimum and recommend a somewhat shorter sentence.