High-End Real Estate Reporter, New York Times
Columnist for The New York Times on luxury real estate. Former NYT correspondent in South America. UC Berkeley grad, DJ aficionado, aspring book author.
nytimes.com — Reporters at Bloomberg News were trained to use a function on the company's financial data terminals that allowed them to view subscribers' contact information and, in some cases, monitor login activity in order to advance news coverage, more than half a dozen former employees said.
nytimes.com — BERLIN - France's finance minister, Pierre Moscovici, warned on Tuesday against caricatures and misunderstandings over Germany's handling of the euro crisis, but quickly qualified his conciliatory statement about the European Union's most powerful country. "There is one subject where Germany's image is certainly bad," Mr. Moscovici told an auditorium full of students at the Free University in Berlin.
nytimes.com — AVON PARK, Fla. - Florida's citrus industry is grappling with the most serious threat in its history: a bacterial disease with no cure that has infected all 32 of the state's citrus-growing counties. Although the disease, citrus greening, was first spotted in Florida in 2005, this year's losses from it are by far the most extensive.
nytimes.com — AT 10 p.m. Friday, my wife, my dog and I will be forced to evacuate our home because the boom of a construction crane atop a luxury condominium tower going up next door might possibly destroy our building.
nytimes.com — MARECHAL RONDON BASE, Brazil - Maj. José Maria Ferreira smiled as he listed the threats to human survival in the canopied jungle enveloping this remote military outpost in the Brazilian Amazon. He started with the piranhas, which lurk in rivers, and the pit vipers like the feared bushmaster, the Western Hemisphere's longest venomous snake.
nytimes.com — Moving to a particular neighborhood in order to land a seat at a coveted public school has long been the middle-class modus operandi for obtaining a high-quality education in New York, where placement in many elementary schools is determined by home address.
nytimes.com — YouTube this week will announce a plan to let some video makers charge a monthly subscription, according to people with knowledge of the plan. The overwhelming majority of videos on YouTube, a unit of Google, will remain free to all, but the plan will let the company's partners try out a second source of revenue, analogous to the flexible pay walls that some newspapers and magazines have adopted.
nytimes.com — One night last winter, more than 120 parents filed into the black-box theater at Avenues: The World School in Chelsea, to learn about what their kids were eating. Ever since the $85 million for-profit start-up opened its doors in September, food had been a divisive issue.
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