October 2009
New York;10/19/2009, Vol. 42 Issue 34, p16
This section offers business news briefs in New York City. In Upper East Side, a commendation was given for a building inspector who declined a bribe offer from the backer of a construction project in 1324 Lexington Avenue. An open call for models was held by Victoria's Secret at the Yankee Stadium in South Bronx. Sales of the Animal Feeds store in Morrisania grew by 33 percent as a result of increased hen-raising activity in urban areas.


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