Nine of New York state's Top 20 employers are in healthcare, with North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System No. 1 with 37,000 employees, researchers say.
This only makes sense if you think like a lawyer: Insurance giant American International Group may sue the government for the bailout that saved the company.
To Wall Street, the financial crisis that erupted in 2008 was a serious business interruption that affected jobs and bonuses.
With the fiscal cliff a few days away, the actual budget impact is beginning to take shape.
Congressional leaders chastised former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr. for his role in pressuring Bank of America to purchase Merrill Lynch.
The head of New York investment firm Merrill Lynch's global wealth management said the company is ready to break out of the doldrums.
Merrill Lynch experts estimate Romania's economy will contract 6.4 percent for all of 2009, and in 2010 will slightly recover to decline 2.5 percent.
Eleven top executives at New York's Merrill Lynch & Co. might call 2008 a good year, reaping more than $10 million apiece, in spite of staggering bank losses.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo Monday asked a court to require former Merrill Lynch & Co. executive John Thain to testify about executive bonuses.
New York state officials served Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Ken Lewis with a subpoena to probe into the bank's bonus pay policy.