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Pedestrian safety varies by income

Collisions 10 times more likely in lower-income neighborhoods, study shows

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Pedestrian safety varies by income

OWS in de Blasio’s corner

It’s clear whom Occupy Wall Street members are backing for mayor — even though Bill de Blasio snubbed them during their ­anniversary celebration Tuesday. About 100 demonstrators gathered in Zuccotti…

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OWS in de Blasio’s corner

Nearly half of French feel poor or on verge of poverty

Nearly one in two French people consider themselves poor or fear they soon will be, said a survey published Thursday ahead of a national poverty conference that comes amid a period of prolonged economic stagnation.

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Ex-Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski agrees to forfeit some of looted money

Dennis Kozlowski, the poster boy for corporate greed, is going to have to pay the piper — again. The 59-year-old convicted felon, nabbed for using Tyco International cash to fund his outrageously lavish lifestyle — replete with a $6,000 shower curtain for his Fifth Avenue apartment — agreed yesterday to forfeit some…

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Ex-Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski agrees to forfeit some of looted money