News Headline: Obama Names FDIC’s Thomas Curry to Head OCC, Mary Miller to Treasury Post
News Text:
President Barack Obama has decided to nominate Thomas Curry as comptroller of the currency and Mary Miller to serve as undersecretary of domestic finance at the Treasury Department, according to a White House statement. Before joining the FDIC, where he is chairman of the assessment appeals and case review committees, Curry was Massachusetts commissioner of banks under five governors between 1990 and 2003, according to his biography on the FDIC Web site. A graduate of Manhattan College and New England College of Law, he joined Massachusetts government in 1982 as an attorney with the Secretary of State's Office.
Outlet Full Name:
Bloomberg News - Online
News Date:
Friday, July 1, 2011
News Headline: Interview
News Text:
Mehnaz M. Afridi, Ph.D., the new director of the Manhattan College Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center, was interviewed by Shalom USA on July 3.
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Shalom USA - WVIE-AM
News Date:
Sunday, July 3, 2011
News Headline: America's Pastime Started with Soldiers
News Text:
Though that game was recorded in a couple inmates’ diaries, it was not the first played there. In fact, the Johnson's Island prison was one of two in the United States and the Confederacy where baseball was most prolifically played, said Kirsch, professor of history at Manhattan College in New York
Outlet Full Name:
Mansfield News-Journal
News Date:
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
News Headline: Morning at Mekeel's Corners
News Text:
In the quiet of a July 4th morning, a packed house at Mekeel's Corners Chapel remember the sacrifices that go into our nation's freedom. Eugene Bender of Elmsford, a sophomore at Manhattan College in Riverdale, drew a standing ovation with his rendition on violin of songs from the Civil War.
Outlet Full Name:
Putnam County News and Recorder - Online
News Date:
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
News Headline: Goldman Sachs Goes to Washington… to Snuff Out Dodd-Frank
News Text:
Professor of Finance - Charles Geisst As economic historian Charles Geisst recently said, the places where the law “isn't passed are the places where the next crisis will show up.”
Outlet Full Name:
BNET
News Date:
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
News Headline: Wall Street and Republican Lawmakers Thwart US Financial Reform
News Text:
Professor of Finance - Charles Geisst Charles Geisst, author of Wall Street: A History, says the attitude of bankers and the Republican candidates are out of touch with the public mood.
Outlet Full Name:
Guardian - New York Bureau, The
News Date:
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
News Headline: Manhattan Coach Masiello Says Recruiting at Smaller Schools is Easier than Before
News Text:
New Manhattan coach Steve Masiello says recruiting to smaller schools is easier now than ever.
Outlet Full Name:
Sporting News
News Date:
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
News Headline: S&P Inclusion Helped Make REITs Mainstream
News Text:
Ten years later, the inclusion of REITs in the Standard & Poor's indexes has helped bring the industry into the mainstream of the investment world, according to Hany Guirguis, professor finance and economics at Manhattan College
Outlet Full Name:
REIT Magazine
News Date:
Thursday, July 14, 2011
News Headline: Matt Rizzotti, Archbishop Molloy and Manhattan College Product, Attracts Major Attention in Reading
News Text:
Be it the late-inning hit or the well-placed quip, the 6-5, 265-pound Archbishop Molloy and Manhattan College product seldom misses a beat.
Outlet Full Name:
New York Daily News
News Date:
Monday, July 18, 2011
News Headline: Leighton Moves Across the Bronx to be Fordham's Baseball Coach
News Text:
Kevin Leighton, who led Manhattan College to at least 30 wins in each of his six seasons there, has moved across the borough and become the baseball coach at Fordham.
Outlet Full Name:
Washington Post - Online
News Date:
Monday, July 18, 2011

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