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  1. Forbes ranked New York Life #364 among America's Best Employers for 2017. As of 2019, New york Life ranks No. 71 on the Fortune 500. By the end of 2019, New York Life had earned the highest financial strength ratings from major four rating agencies: A++ from A.M.Best, AAA from Fitch Ratings, Aaa from Moody and AA+ from Standard & Poor's.

  2. Northern end: 96th Street: Southern end: Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue: Stations: 29 34 (late night service) 22 (limited service) Rolling stock: 168 R46s (21 trains) 8 R68s (1 train, p.m. only— used on the B for a.m. service) (One a.m. trainset is used in both Q and R service, but is shown in the R assignment)

  3. The presence of a major LIRR hub means that Hicksville developed as a major bedroom community of New York City. The LIRR has a team yard on West John Street, just east of Charlotte Avenue, served by the New York and Atlantic Railway, for off-line freight customers receiving or shipping cargo by rail to anywhere in the North American rail network.

  4. The New York Times fue fundado el 18 de septiembre de 1851 por Henry Jarvis Raymond y George Jones.Raymond fue también director fundador de la AP en 1856. Después de la Guerra Civil, el New York Times denunció a los políticos que deseaban redistribuir parte de la propiedad de los esclavistas a antiguos esclavos (como el diputado Thaddeus Stevens y el senador Charles Sumner, acusados de ser ...

  5. The New York City Department of Correction was first founded as a separate entity in New York City in 1895 after a split from the Department of Public Charities and Correction. Roosevelt Island, then called Blackwell's Island, was the main penal institution under the jurisdiction of the DOC until the 1930s when it was closed.

  6. This change was made as part of New York City Transit's Fare Deal, which sought to increase transit ridership by improving service. The change was proposed in November 1993, and public hearings on the change were held. The change reduced travel times by 4 + 1 ⁄ 2 minutes for 26,000 people, a majority of the riders on the corridor.

  7. The Stern School was founded by Charles Waldo Haskins (an alumnus of New York University Tandon School of Engineering) in 1900 as the Undergraduate School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance on the University's Washington Square campus. In 1913, Jeanette Hamill, J.D., M.A., joined the school's Economics department, becoming its first female ...

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