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Amazon, JPMorgan, and BlackRock are all snapping up space in the new $25 billion Manhattan neighborhood that’s reshaping the city
Tech and financial firms and settling down in New York City's Hudson Yards, the biggest real estate development in American history. Once a largely vacant industrial district, Manhattan West has transformed into a hotspot for wealthy New Yorkers.
A retired judge just ruled that nearly half of 4,000 documents Michael Cohen labeled as privileged are not — and he's not challenging that decision in court
The special master overseeing the document review in the federal criminal investigation Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen ruled nearly half of 4,000 documents seized from him and labeled as privileged by either him, Trump, or the Trump Organization, are not.