Current Commentary: Outflanking Mastercard And Visa BY Larry M. Elkin

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  Scarsdale, NY, August 11, 2010 — In business, as in war, it seldom pays to attack a powerful and well-entrenched adversary head-on. A successful assault is more likely to come from an unexpected, and less well-defended, direction, or from a source that is not perceived as a threat until too late.

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Current Commentary: Seeking Grown-Ups at Hewlett-Packard BY Larry M. Elkin

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The abrupt resignation of Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd has left many questions unanswered, not least of which is this one: Is a major American corporation being run without any adult supervision whatsoever?

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Current Commentary: Breaking Dishes in the Credit Market BY Jonathan Bergman

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Here is a headline you don’t often hear: Investment Bank Turns Down Profit In Favor Of Ethics.In the past few years, the public has learned quite a bit about Wall Street’s inner workings, and it certainly hasn’t been encouraging. Credit ratings agencies are under fire for rating trash as strong securities (see my favorite article on point), and banks are …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Breaking Dishes in the Credit Market BY Jonathan Bergman

Current Commentary: A VAT Made In America BY Larry M. Elkin

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Scarsdale, NY, August 5, 2010 – The United Kingdom has one. Canada has one. So do Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Russia and Spain. But the United States does not. The value-added tax, or VAT, is a kind of national sales tax that has become a key source of government revenue in developed nations around the world. While many Americans have never heard of the tax, …

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Paulin’s Bill to Reform Divorce Awards Passes Both Houses

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Albany, NY, July 1, 2010 — Assemblywoman Amy Paulin’s bill to ensure that the lesser-earning spouse in a divorce gets adequate financial support has passed the Assembly and Senate. The bill (A.10984-B) will create a framework for determining the amount and duration of temporary maintenance awards.

eHeziPaulin’s Bill to Reform Divorce Awards Passes Both Houses

Paulin’s Bill to End Tragic Infant Abandonment Passes Assembly

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Legislation Gives Parents More Time to Safely Give Up Unwanted Newborns, Protects Parents from Criminal Liability   June 17, 2010, Albany, NY — The Assembly unanimously passed Assemblywoman Amy Paulin’s legislation to better implement the Abandoned Infant Protection Act of 2000 by extending the time parents are allowed to safely abandon infants to 30 days. The bill eliminates criminal prosecution …

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White Plains Oil Spill Update

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 June 3, 2010, White Plains, NY — The City of White Plains and Westchester County are working together to make sure the clean up process continues along the Bronx River in White Plains.  On June 2, 2010 approximately several hundred gallons of heating oil leaked from a building on South Lexington Avenue and into the Bronx River. White Plains Mayor …

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Westchester Herald – Volume 5 * Number 185 – May 10, 2010

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Click to read the May 10, 2010 edition of the Westchester Herald Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Reader Pro software at no cost and free of virus by clicking onto the Adobe Reader link. …

eHeziWestchester Herald – Volume 5 * Number 185 – May 10, 2010

Cohen Nominated as Republican Candidate for New York State Senate

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 White Plains, NY — At a special nominating convention held tonight Bob Cohen, a 55-year old real estate professional from Scarsdale, was nominated as the Republican candidate for New York State Senate in the 37th District.  At the convention Cohen promised to bring change and common sense to the most dysfunctional state legislature in America.  

eHeziCohen Nominated as Republican Candidate for New York State Senate