How to fight back against office air conditioning; cab drivers no longer have to speak english

Posted On Wed, August 24, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, August 24, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Rent-burdened New Yorkers talk about how they cope. [NYT]
  • Research shows that ice-cold offices actually decrease productivity. If your company won’t raise the AC, here are some tips. [Bloomberg]
  • The “Fabio of horses” is coming to Central Park. [Metro]
  • Norman Foster’s skinny Seagram-neighboring condo tower, 100 East 53rd Street, finishes its glimmery facade. []
  • Recognizing that only four percent of taxi drivers were born in the U.S., new rules went into effect eliminating requirements for an English proficiency exam. [Conde Naste Traveler]
  • Qatar bought a 9.9 percent investment in the Empire State Building, totaling $622 million. [WSJ]




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