Gerald Schifman, Crain's New York Business

Gerald Schifman

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Accounting firms struggling to interpret new rules

When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law Dec. 22, 2017, far more work was created for accounting firms. Navigating the changes has proved difficult for all parties, including the IRS, said David Lifson, a Manhattan-based certified public accountant and partner at Crowe (No. 20)… → Read More

This is the metro area's leading SBA lender

For access to the dozens of lists assembled by Crain’s New York Business, please log in or subscribe for a data membership. The metro-area's most prolific lender of U.S. Small Business Administration–backed loans in federal fiscal year 2019 was the Empire State Certified Development Corp. The… → Read More

WeWork dominates rankings of city’s largest property sales and office leases

For yearlong access to the dozens of lists assembled by Crain's New York Business, please log in or subscribe for a data membership. WeWork’s purchase of the Lord & Taylor building at 424–434 Fifth Ave. was not the largest property sale to close in the first half of this year. But it was the… → Read More

WeWork populates rankings of city’s largest property sales and office leases

WeWork’s purchase of the Lord & Taylor building at 424–434 Fifth Ave. was not the largest property sale to close in the first half of this year. But it was the second largest, which along with the co-working provider’s three other Manhattan office leases between January and June made it the… → Read More

Take a peek at the city's top property sales

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Mets ticket resale prices are soaring with the team’s surge

The Mets have won 16 of their last 19 games, turning themselves into contenders in Major League Baseball's National League wild-card race. With the team’s fan base energized, the median secondary-market Mets ticket price through Vivid Seats has risen 62.5% over the past nine days. → Read More

Take a peek at the top-paid chief executives in the New York area

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Take a peek at the metro area’s largest employers

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Maturity brings big investments to city tech companies

For yearlong access to the Tech 25 and the dozens of additional lists assembled by Crain's New York Business, please log in or subscribe for a data membership. This year's edition of Crain's Tech 25 is marked by both youth and experience. Companies on the list were founded just over seven years ago, on average, but even though many of the firms are still young, they're considered mature in the… → Read More

Residential market faces headwinds months after $240M penthouse purchase

New York City residential market faces headwinds months after Ken Griffin's $240M 220 Central Park South purchase → Read More

Retirement plan payout boosted Mount Sinai CEO's pay above $12 million in 2017

Retirement plan payout boosted Mount Sinai CEO's pay above $12 million in 2017 → Read More

Government shutdown has cost federal workers in New York $114 million

Government shutdown has cost federal workers in New York $114 million → Read More

By the numbers: Best Places to Work

Benefits play a big role in the 100 companies’ climb to the top → Read More

A smaller manufacturing sector takes shape in the city

The industry isn’t the behemoth of yesteryear, but a legion of smaller firms has set up shop → Read More

The top Manhattan retail leases

Biggest transactions in the first half of 2018, ranked by square feet → Read More

Kirkland & Ellis is taking a leading role in New York's legal industry

Revenue was $3.17 billion last year thanks largely to the firm's focus on its work in the area → Read More

By the numbers: Cuomo's chances at re-election

Polls show Cuomo has a big lead over possible Republican opponent Marc Molinaro in the general election. Although his advantages diminish outside the city, Cuomo remains the favorite against the Dutchess county executive. → Read More

More than half of the largest area hospitals increased profits last year

New York's top hospitals continue to prosper. Seventeen of the 25 largest hospitals on Crain's latest list increased profits last year. Altogether, the group's net profits have risen by 93% since 2015. Peek inside to see the 10 largest New York area... → Read More

Queens dress shop turns to 'diva' style dresses for prom

Prom season is one of the busiest times of year for NYC Glamour Couture in Astoria, a three-year-old formalwear shop. All month long high schoolers have been flooding the storefront on Steinway Street. Some 200 to 250 young women visit per day, with... → Read More

CBS scored the most state film and TV tax credits

CBS scored the most state film and TV tax credits on Crain's list → Read More