The transit agency — its revenues battered, its credit standing weakened and with no federal rescue aid in sight — looks to borrow its remaining $2.9 billion available through the Municipal Liquidity Facility.
3h ago
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Multimedia
Squire Patton Boggs partners Rodney Slater and Alethia Nancoo view the landscape from the ground and the skies with Northeast Regional Editor Paul Burton. Slater is a former U.S. transportation secretary. Nancoo’s practice focuses on public, private and project debt finance. (31 minutes)
October 27
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Podcast
In the first episode of the five-part documentary series, we look at how disparities in net worth and mortgage discrimination impact Black home ownership — and why it's impossible to close the gaps without attacking systemic racism.
October 26
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Podcast
This five-part series is a comprehensive effort to explain the racial discrimination Black Americans face in our financial system.
October 23
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