Animal New York, By Bucky Turco, April 28, 2011. Walmart chief executive Michael Duke came to Manhattan on Wednesday to tell the Wall Street Journal how great it would be for NYC if the mega-retailer opened up stores here and midway through his breakfast at the Bryant Park Grill, these people showed up.
Brand Channel, By Michael Waltzer, April 27, 2011. If you haven’t noticed the staying power of flash mobs, many organized by brands looking to generate some viral buzz — well, lucky you. They're everywhere.
Truthout, By Alexis Greene, May 1, 2011. Every morning the trucks roll out of the garage at Community Environmental Center (CEC), and every morning Ruby Carrasquillo is sitting in one of them, heading to a work site. Carrasquillo is a weatherization technician at CEC, a Queens-based nonprofit that brings weatherization to low-income homes and apartment buildings in the New York Metro Area.
New York Post, By Sally Goldenberg, April 14, 2011. Opponents of Walmart implored the Bloomberg administration yesterday to delay the sale of a parcel of city-owned land to real estate developer the Related Cos., which is believed to be in talks with the retail giant to locate at the site in East New York.
New York Observer (Blog), By Azi Paybarah, April 12, 2011. Protesters looking to block Wal-Mart from opening their first store in New York City are now aiming at the developer who could play a role in the mega-store's arrival: Related Companies. Here's video of a musical protest conducted inside the Time Warner building, where Related is headquartered.