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NYC Health Aide Guilty Of Stealing $800,000 From Elderly Woman

NYC Health Aide Guilty Of Stealing $800,000 From Elderly Woman

There are few stories more heart-wrenching than those in which workers take advantage of vulnerable senior citizens. But the case involving 86-year-old Renee Fuld is particularly egregious because the New York City woman also is disabled. Fuld's aide, Jackie Pokuwaah, 52, was arrested last year for... Read More »

May Day: Occupy Sympathizers Skip Work To Protest, Hang Out And Rail Against Greed

May Day: Occupy Sympathizers Skip Work To Protest, Hang Out And Rail Against Greed

Robert Harrington comes to his Midtown Manhattan office each day wearing a businessman's trenchcoat. At 65, he runs his own apparel-import business. But he decided to close shop on Tuesday, May 1. Instead, he left his office to take part in the protests marking the 2012 May Day, the first to coincide with... Read More »

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Getting A "Slice" of the American Dream

Pizza ranks right up there with hot dogs as the quintessential American food. But, pizza has a long and deep history that spans the globe. For Scott Wiener, that history, combined with a deep passion for pizza, has led to a job many pizza lovers would love to have -- a pizza tour guide in the center of the pizza... Read More »

Mayor Bloomburg Gets Real About Jobs

Mayor Bloomberg got real with New Yorkers who are suffering from the high unemployment rates. His answer to the budget cuts and job cuts that have hit his city is called Job Hunt, a reality television show that answers the key question: "You lost your job, now what?" which is also the title of the premiere... Read More »

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