"As a person who actually worked for tips & hourly wages... instead of having to learn about it 2nd-hand, I can tell you that most people want to be paid enough to live."
I ain't afraid of no ghost, but I am afraid of studios beating a franchise to death.
New York City charter network Success Academy has barely been open a week, but some students are already learning valuable lessons about nepotism and organizational dysfunction.
'After 17 months in Washington, I do not know when or if I will ever return to the business...'
Nepotism abounds in New York City, but rarely does it wave a Dunkin Donuts bag.
Well, at least Andrew Zucker can hold onto memories of his bitchin' bar mitzvah where Drake performed.
Seabrook had given his girlfriend a high-paying job she wasn't qualified for.
SIPA claims she was accepted on her own merit.
The aide emailed Walters, "I will buy you some jewelry from Syria. Let me know if you need anything else from there!"
Chelsea Clinton lacks charisma but could have a future in voice-over work.
A highly paid, high-ranking supervisor with the MTA's Signals Division is under investigation for allegedly scoring a job in the department for his wholly unqualified and criminally-minded son.
The city's Conflicts Board fined former City Councilman Kendall Stewart $1,250
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