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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Scott Stringer
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer says the city accidentally made duplicate deposits of nearly $300 million into the accounts of retired police officers and firefighters.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer will announce Friday that the city plans to invest $1 billion of its pension funds with smaller, and often women or minority-owned, management firms.
The New York City comptroller has asked a Texas oil company to explain why it has been connected to political donations that appear to have little to do with its energy business.
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New York City's comptroller is offering a plan to streamline information technology contracts at all city agencies.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer has rejected a $30 million information technology contract that was awarded during the administration of former mayor Michael Bloomberg.
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"This $1 billion commitment to Emerging Managers is a major investment in diversifying our roster of pension fund managers and improving the risk-adjusted returns of pension funds," Stringer said in a statement.
"The funds are constantly on the lookout for the most talented investment managers in the world," said Stringer, a Democrat who took office in January. "Today we are saying that our doors are open to those firms that have what it takes to grow our pension funds."