More than 1,000 Bloomingdale’s jobs will move to Queens starting in 2020, The Post has learned. Bloomingdale’s owner Macy’s said last year it is leasing 550,000 square feet of office space at a new development in Long Island City, but it didn’t say at the time which employees would be moving there, or how many....
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SEPTEMBER 03, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - KEMP ENTERPRISES, INC.
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