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How Delaware Thrives as a Corporate Tax Haven
(The New York Times Company has seven corporate subsidiaries registered at 2711 Centerville Road in Wilmington. The registered agent for that address is the Corporation Service Company, which is the second-largest agent in the state.
Mapping, and Sharing, the Consumer Genome
Acxiom's headquarters in Little Rock, Ark. Analysts say the company has amassed the world's largest commercial database on consumers.
That Riveting Co-op Financial Statement
She says that smaller co-ops in New York City often use unaudited financial statements because they cost less to prepare, but that doing so would be unusual for a larger building.
Nurturing a Baby and a Start-Up Business
Co-founder of the Knot, Carley Roney, with her sons, Cairo, 8, and Dublin, 4, at the Knot offices in downtown Manhattan. Credit Michael Falco for The New York Times. FLEDGLING companies are like sticky-fingered toddlers. You've got to watch them every ...
An Ex-President Who Won't Keep Away
Failing this, what we can expect is the creation of a new party on the right, with a figurehead as a presidential candidate, and Mr. Uribe as the true leader.
Western Colorado Struggles as Energy Jobs Fade
A gas well in the foreground and other equipment along a county road near Meeker, Colo. In a region rich in natural resources, the boom is over.
36 Hours in Kiev, Ukraine
Credit Joseph Sywenkyj for The New York Times. AFTER seven decades of Soviet dominance, Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, has emerged as one of Europe's most vibrant 21st-century cities.
The Don't-Need-It-for-Long Apartment
One company, AKA, has four properties in New York City - near Central Park, Sutton Place, Times Square and the United Nations - offering studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens and concierge services for around $10,000 per ...
Who's Got Your Back?
Credit Tony Cenicola/The New York Times. IN a city with ... A buyer's agent is paid by the seller in a deal, but will shepherd the buyer's bid through to the closing, which could be especially helpful in the notoriously enigmatic co-op board process ...
Condo Boards Take a Stand on Delinquencies
Now, with New York's economy seemingly recovering, condominium boards are growing more aggressive in cracking down on delinquent owners, according to brokers, lawyers and board members.