New York Giants: Eli Manning Is Under Fire Heading Into Week 4
New York Life Fires Private-Equity Lending CEO
“After 38 years with the Association, 19 as President and CEO, I am not retiring, but will be focusing on growing specific Association programs to further add value to membership,” said Rick Sampson. “The Association began 78 years ago and today is bigger and more relevant than ever. My father, Fred, served as President for nearly 30 years, and we are proud to pass on our legacy to Melissa we can think of no one better to continue to lead and grow the Association.” Fleischut was recruited to the NYS Restaurant Association in 1998 after a successful four years working in the National Restaurant Association’s Government Affairs Department in Washington, D.C. She began as the Association’s first regional representative and rapidly took on increasing responsibility. Since 2012, when the board of directors named her Chief Operating Officer, she has managed the Association’s daily operations. Fleischut has been integrally involved in all of the Association’s major state and city legislative and regulatory initiatives over the past decade as well as state wage board proceedings. She has been a key liaison with dozens of industry affiliates and in the past few years, has been heading up the Association’s ongoing successful “snowflake logo” re-branding and marketing efforts initiated by the Membership Committee in 2010. “It has been exciting to watch Melissa’s development from a mid-level Association professional to the high-caliber Association Executive she has grown into today,” said Colleen Holmes, Chairman of the Board. “There’s no question she is up to this job because we have watched her successfully master every aspect of this organization’s short and long-term operations. At the same time she has demonstrated top-tier management and strategic acumen that we are looking for to lead the Association into its next chapter.” “I am deeply humbled to be able to continue serving New York’s world-renowned hospitality industry and create new opportunities for hungry hospitality entrepreneurs who want to continually re-invent the world-class brand of hospitality that New York state represents,” said Fleischut. Fleischut has already begun working with the board and membership on a strategic plan for the future of the Association. In conjunction with strategic consultant, Ken Hutton from Hutton & Company, LLC, they are identifying the evolving priorities of members. “We have a wonderful team of professionals at the Association in Albany, New York City and various locations around the state who work every day to bring value, enlightenment, connections and an edge for success to our members,” said Fleischut. “My role as a President and CEO will be as a catalyst to enhance the value proposition we provide New York state’s restaurateurs and caterers and the overall hospitality experience every day.” # # # About the NYS Restaurant Association The New York State Restaurant Association, founded in 1935, is the leading business association for the restaurant and hospitality industry in New York State. Comprised of more than 56,000 restaurants, bars, clubs, New York restaurants represent more than 628,000 employees and sales of approximately $27 billion – making it the cornerstone of the economy, career opportunities and community involvement.
To be fair, that will be even tougher to do in Week 4. The Giants are facing the Kansas City Chiefs , who possess an attacking defense which ranks first (tied with New England Patriots ) in the AFC in points allowed (34). Will the Giants get their first win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4? Yes. Submit Vote vote to see results Will the Giants get their first win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4? Yes. 41.4% Total votes: 309 And the Chiefs are led by none other than Andy Reid, a head coach who sports a lengthy history with the Giants. He certainly hasn’t forgotten the 49-7 walloping the G-Men served up in Reid’s final game as the Philadelphia Eagles ‘ commander in chief just nine months ago. Reid still may have the occasional nightmares about Manning’s improbable fourth-quarter comeback victory in September of 2006. Besting his former squad last week was an incredible accomplishment for Reid. Crushing the Giants would be a close second. Reid has the defensive firepower to make it happen, too. If Carolina’s Hardy was such a wrecking ball, think of how troublesome Kansas City’s Justin Houston , who leads the NFL in sacks with 7.5 , will prove to be.
Sugar Resumes Drop in New York as Surplus Looms; Cocoa Retreats
That is lower than the 45 million tons of cane and 3.32 million tons of sugar Newedge Group in New York estimated on Sept. 20. While the global surplus will be 52 percent smaller than forecast, production will still be 2.6 million tons higher than consumption in 2013-14, Deutsche Bank AG estimates. Any substantial hike in the paper market will be contained by the surplus of sugar, Jonathan Bouchet, a trader at Boman Capital SA in Geneva, said by e-mail today. It will be difficult for the market to go back to 19 cents, 20 cents a pound before the end of the year. I would personally stay out of it for now, or sell on spikes. Raw sugar for delivery in March slid 0.2 percent to 17.90 cents a pound by 7:22 a.m. on ICE Futures U.S. in New York . Futures trading volumes were more than double the average for the past 100 days for this time of day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. White, or refined, sugar for December delivery retreated 0.2 percent to $486 a ton on NYSE Liffe in London . Raw sugar gained to a five-month high yesterday as lower-than-forecast output in Brazils center south added to concern about rainfall that may disrupt harvesting.
life insurer owned by policyholders, fired Trevor Clark, the chief executive officer of the Madison Capital Funding LLC unit, for violating policies tied to personal investments. Hugh Wade, a co-founder of Madison Capital, was named acting CEO, the New York-based insurer said today in an e-mailed statement. New York Life also fired Christopher Williams, a senior managing director at the unit, the insurer said. The dismissals, effective today, were for violating company policies pertaining to personal investments and personal business activities, William Werfelman, a New York Life spokesman, said in the statement. Our companys rules are strict with regard to these disclosures and activities so we can continue to maintain the highest integrity and performance. Clark and Williams had been suspended amid a company probe, a person familiar with the matter said last week. Attempts to reach the men werent immediately successful through phone numbers and e-mails obtained in a public-records search. The men in 2001 helped found Chicago-based Madison Capital, which provides financing to private-equity firms, according to New York Lifes website. The business has completed more than 1,100 transactions totaling more than $15.5 billion in net funded commitments. The unit offers senior loans and equity co-investments, in industries including manufacturing and distribution. Madison Capital targets companies with stable profits and at least $3.5 million of earnings before interest, taxes depreciation and amortization. Wade, 52, is a senior managing director at Madison Capital and previously worked at Bank of America Corp. He graduated from Marquette University and has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame. To contact the reporter on this story: Zachary Tracer in New York at email@example.com To contact the editor responsible for this story: Dan Kraut at firstname.lastname@example.org More News: