Miriam Kreinin Souccar, Crain's New York Business

Miriam Kreinin Souccar

Crain's New York Business

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Uber, Lyft boosting Brooklyn nightlife: report

New York City's first nightlife economic impact study shows Uber and Lyft boosting nightlife business in Brooklyn → Read More

'Ocean's 8' spent more than $63 million in New York

Star-studded movie starring Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett shot for two months in the city. → Read More

The fine art of shipping fine art

When Adam Fields was in charge of artists and gallery partnerships at digital commerce site Artspace, he realized that the biggest challenge wasn't persuading people to buy expensive art online. It was figuring out how to deliver the works once they were bought. Purchases would often fall through simply because frustrated collectors would move on before customer service could tell them how much… → Read More

Italian American Museum founder on how he quadrupled his budget

Most Italian immigrants and the businesses they started have long left Little Italy, but the Italian American Museum is expanding its footprint downtown to make sure they are not forgotten. Led by its president, Joseph Scelsa, the museum in February... → Read More

Record number of network pilots shooting in city

Law & Order producer Dick Wolf returns to film his first pilot in New York since 1999 → Read More

Curtain set to rise on Second Stage Theater

Curtain set to rise on Second Stage Theater's big Broadway debut → Read More

Family musicals anticipated to pump Broadway's spring season

Family musicals 'Frozen,' 'Mean Girls,' 'Harry Potter' to pump up Broadway's spring season → Read More

This writer taps pop culture to produce conventions that give fans a place to indulge

This writer taps pop culture to produce conventions that give fans a place to indulge → Read More

Film and TV industry balks at tax-credit ban for companies with sexual-harassment issues

City entertainment community wary of proposal to ban companies with sexual harassment complaints from film and TV tax credit → Read More

Disney increases Marvel's Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders TV production deal with New York State

Disney increases Marvel's Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders TV production deal with New York State → Read More

New retail strategy is a bright spot in the Met's operations

New retail strategy is a bright spot in the Met Museum's operations, attracting millennials with Comme des Garçons graphic T-shirts → Read More

Off-Broadway League seeks to raise its stature

Off-Broadway League hires its first general manager, Maricha Miles, to raise its stature → Read More

State pays whopping $154 million in film and TV tax credits in Q1

New York State pays record $154 million in film and TV tax credits in 1Q 2017 → Read More

New York–based productions receive a record 128 Emmy nominations

New York–based productions receive a record 128 Emmy nominations → Read More

Number of artists in NYC at all-time high

Number of artists in NYC at all-time high, but declines in Manhattan → Read More

2017 Most Powerful Women

Crain's New York Business ranks the Most Powerful women in business in New York City. This is the 2017 list of the top 50 female executives in New York according to Crain's or CNYB → Read More

Producers of canceled ABC series do good: donate wardrobe and props

Canceled ABC series Time After Time producers donate wardrobe and props to nonprofits → Read More

New TV diversity bill expected to pass

A bill to encourage diversity among TV writers and directors is expected to pass the Legislature by session's end on June 21. The bill would affect only those shows that benefit from the state's $420 million film and TV production tax credit. Two Hispanic legislators, state Sen. Marisol Alcantara and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, sponsored the bill, which calls for $5 million of the incentive… → Read More

Casting directors planning protest at Tony Awards show

Casting directors planning protest at Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall → Read More

Number of TV series filmed in the city rises for seventh year

Record high 56 TV series shot in NYC in 2016-17 season → Read More