A Chinese man has transferred more than 29 percent of HNA Group of China to a private foundation, adding to the questions about the firm’s structure and political connections.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
DECEMBER 02, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - EDISON MMS II, LLC
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By RICK ROJAS - Friday Jun 23, 2017
Five decades after the Newark riots, The Times wants to hear from those who lived in Newark at the time or were otherwise affected by what happened.
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By Filipa Ioannou - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
The man was putting a mortar into a tube on the 36000 block of Port Sailwood Drive in Newark when an explosion occurred, blowing away part of the teen’s hand, according to Aisha Knowles, a spokeswoman for the Alameda County Fire Department.Newark is one of a handful of Bay Area cities that allow the use of “safe and sane” fireworks, but the pyrotechnics that injured the young man were an illegal variety, according to Knowles.“It was a mortar round, definitely illegal, not safe and sane,” said Capt. Chomnan Loth, a spokesman for the Newark Police Department.
- Tourism in Newark? 50 years after riots, city says it's time
By BETH J. HARPAZ, AP Travel Editor - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
Tour company founder Emily Manz points out everything from Nasto's ice cream parlor , made famous in an episode of "The Sopranos," to a church, St. Stephan's, that appeared in the movie "War of the Worlds."On a recent day, another downtown gem, Military Park , was busy with kids riding a carousel, a jazz band playing and the after-work crowd mingling at a trendy park eatery, BURG.New Jersey Devils hockey games and more at the Prudential Center , concerts and shows at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Newark International Airport, among America's 20 busiest airports.Downtown Newark hotels include the historic Robert Treat , which has hosted four U.S. presidents; the Hilton at Newark Penn Station , popular with airline crews; and the Indigo boutique hotel.Treasures at the Newark Museum, a 10-minute walk from Newark Penn Station, include an 1885 mansion called the Ballantine House , a room of paintings by Joseph Stella, a Tibetan altar visited by the Dalai Lama and impressive collections of Native American and African-American art.Before hopping the train back to New York, Vartanian heads to the Ironbound, where dining options range from old-school bacalhau at Seabra's Marisqueira to tapas with a hipster vibe at Mompou .On a recent day, she also took a visitor to the Off the Hanger boutique , where "Newark Vs Everybody" T-shirts are prominently displayed; the Jimenez Tobacco cigar lounge and bar; Casa D'Paco , an Ironbound restaurant; and Gateway Project Spaces , an art gallery adjacent to Newark Penn Station.Riots rocked more than 100 cities in 1967, and many — including Newark's, which erupted after the arrest of a black cabdriver — were sparked by allegations of police brutality amid racial inequality and lack of opportunity in African-American communities.