In some New York neighborhoods, the housing stock is great, but turnover is so low, word of mouth is the best search engine.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 07, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - HARDING & NOBLE CORPORATION
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- Sports execs should take their disgraceful hires home
By Phil Mushnick - Friday Sep 1, 2017
There’s poetic justice, then there’s the kind that really rhymes. Consider the spray-paint graffiti vandal, known to panderers as a “street artist” — colleges now offer courses in such a noble pursuit — who returns from a hard night of unilaterally leaving his often permanent mark on stop signs, office buildings, museums, libraries, bridges, subways,...
- Barnes & Noble shares surge over buyout speculation
By Carleton English - Thursday Aug 31, 2017
The plot thickens for Barnes & Noble. Shares of the brick and mortar bookseller soared nearly 7 percent Thursday on a report that it was mulling going private — something that activist investor Sandell Asset Management would be surely support. The New York-based bookseller denied a Wednesday report that it had retained Guggenheim Partners to...
- Barnes & Noble shares soar as investor agitates for a sale
By Carleton English - Tuesday Jul 25, 2017
Barnes & Noble’s long stint as publicly traded company is due for its final chapter. At least, that’s what Thomas Sandell of Sandell Asset Management thinks. The activist investor amassed a “meaningful” stake in the bookseller and is pushing the company to consider a sale, according to a letter sent to shareholders Tuesday. Peppering his...
- Rangers make enormous splash with discount Kevin Shattenkirk
By Larry Brooks - Saturday Jul 1, 2017
For years and years and years, the Rangers essentially bribed free agents to come to New York with bloated contract offers in reverse auctions in which the organization sold its soul as the highest bidder. Saturday, the world spun 180 degrees when Kevin Shattenkirk, a New Rochelle native and resident who always dreamed of wearing...
- Corporate America Couldn’t Just Let Us Enjoy The Eclipse
By Jeff Beer - Monday Aug 21, 2017
Because everything, even the moon temporarily blotting out the sun, is a commercial opportunity.
There was a moment in modern marketing–and it was just a moment, right around the time social media still felt like a new, fun club we all just joined, but not yet a required media outlet–that a well-timed tweet from a brand to acknowledge, pay tribute to, or joke about a cultural event would be well received, and maybe even thoroughly enjoyed. The Oreo dunk heard ’round the (advertising) world, perhaps a well-timed Denny’s or Arby’s tweet. But then, as with all great ideas, soon rumbled the rest of the herd, and before you knew it White Castle was #NeverForgetting.