- Arker Companies to build 200-unit residential tower in East New YorkArker Companies has filed plans to build a 200-unit residential tower at the Fountains mixed-use complex in East New York. The building, located 10 Schroeder’s Walk, will sit in a newly-created area of Brooklyn. Schroeder’s Walk is a one-acre open space that was established earlier this year as part of the 1.2 million s/f Fountains
- In Photos: The 2017 Chashama GalaThe 2017 Chashama Gala and the “Art is Everywhere” after party took place at 4 Times Square, presenting the work of over 150 artists. The organization, which converts unused real estate into artist spaces, transformed the former offices of Vanity Fair into a playground of interactive installations. Installations in the event include make-shift hair salon
Fraud & Forensic Accounting
- Getting PaidWhat Your Expertise is Worth When pursuing new engagements, financial consultants often face competition from others who are willing to accept below-market rates. This fee-based competition can be demoralizing and frustrating, but the tips shared in this article may help. When pursuing new engagements, financial consultants often face competition from others who are willing to […]
- Using the Option Pricing Method Changes the Standard of ValueDoes the IRS or Anyone Care? (Part II of II) Part one of this article presented the “current method” and “option pricing method” (OPM) for allocating value to common stock for 409a valuations, and how these two methods differ in pricing of common stock. Part two examines the implied changes made by OPM and how […]
- City creates fund to help minority- and women-owned construction firms competeThe city has created a $10 million fund to help minority and women-owned businesses compete for city construction contracts. The Bond Collateral Assistance Fund will grant up to $500,000 in surety... To view the full story, click the title link.
- Green-cab Ponzi scheme lawsuit gets green lightA group of green-taxi investors who claim they were fleeced by their broker in a Ponzilike scheme can continue with their fraud and racketeering suit, a state judge ruled. The decision, handed down... To view the full story, click the title link.