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NEWS
October 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
John Cotter, recently named managing editor of the New York Daily News, died Friday of a heart attack. He was 48. Cotter's appointment as managing editor of the News was announced last weekend. He was to begin work there Monday. The News hired Cotter from the New York Post, where he had been metropolitan editor since 1989. Previously, he had worked as metropolitan editor at New York Newsday in 1986-87. He started with the Associated Press in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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SPORTS
December 5, 2013 | By Melissa Rohlin
New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is not mincing words about his team's 3-13 start this season. “We are the laughingstock of the league,” Anthony told reporters , according to the New York Daily News. “I mean, it's nothing to hide. We are. " KOBE QUIZ: Do you really know the 'Black Mamba'? The Knicks play the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday evening on TNT, a game that will be analyzed by the outspoken Charles Barkley, among others. Anthony seems to be preparing himself for the worst.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 3, 2013 | By Jamie Wetherbe
Visitors to National 9/11 Memorial and Museum could pay as much as $25 for admission. While the exact entrance price has yet to be set, museum officials have agreed to charge guests a flat rate, as opposed to a suggested donation used by other area museums, the New York Daily News reports . Charging admission to the museum, located at Ground Zero, has stirred controversy, especially among those who lost family members in the terrorist attacks....
SPORTS
July 29, 2013 | By Kevin Baxter
Major League Baseball reportedly has evidence that proves Alex Rodriguez used banned performance-enhancing substances and has offered the New York Yankees third baseman a deal that could salvage the final $61 million of his contract while effectively ending his career. Baseball officials have told Rodriguez they are preparing to suspend him, without pay, for the remainder of the 2013 season and all of 2014, the New York Daily News was first to report. If he accepts the suspension without appeal, he would be eligible to return in 2015.
SPORTS
September 3, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
New York Jets Coach Rex Ryan probably will be spending a lot of time this season defending his decisions to the local media. He's off to an early start after being criticized by the New York Daily News for not being in town for the team's final cuts Saturday, instead attending his son's first game as a Clemson football player, as well as tailgating festivities before kickoff. "Almost all of our moves were made Friday evening, when I was here," Ryan said during his Monday news conference.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1990 | From United Press International
Two men hired by the New York Daily News as replacement drivers say they quit their jobs because they were being used as "bait" for attacks by striking workers, it was reported today. The men said some workers carried video cameras with orders to get any evidence of violence to use in court against strikers. "We were bait," Jim McCully of Clarksville, Tenn., told the New York Times. "The bottom line was that we were supposed to be cheese for the rats."
NEWS
December 5, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
New Yorkers are living in dread this week of "Gorbylock"--a huge traffic snarl expected when Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev comes to address the United Nations and meet with President Reagan and President-elect George Bush. On Sunday, local newspapers and radio stations were advising residents of the city, already besieged by the yearly onslaught of Christmas shoppers, to avoid major roadways from Gorbachev's arrival Tuesday to his departure Friday morning.
BUSINESS
February 28, 1991 | From Associated Press
The decision as to whether the New York Daily News will be closed will be made Monday if striking unions do not grant enough concessions by then, the publisher said Wednesday. Publisher James Hoge set the latest deadline after 13 months of fruitless negotiations, a four-month-long strike and a wave of violence that prompted the News to file multimillion-dollar lawsuits against the nine unions. While the 71-year-old tabloid has been published daily since the strike began Oct.
BUSINESS
May 16, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Today is the deadline for investor groups to bid for the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, according to a person familiar with the process. McClatchy Co. agreed in March to pay $4.5 billion in cash and stock to acquire San Jose-based Knight Ridder Inc., the parent company of the Inquirer and the Daily News. The deal gave Sacramento-based McClatchy 32 additional newspapers, but the publisher said it would sell 12 of them, mostly because they are in slower-growing markets.
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