Kristina Johnson, la presidenta de la Universidad Estatal de Nueva York ha renunciado silenciosamente a la junta de directores de AES
SUNY Chancellor is quietly stepping down from AES Corp board amid pressure over toxic coal ash
Kristina Johnson is leaving the board of AES Corp, which has been dumping hazardous waste in Puerto Rico
SUNY Chancellor sits on board of AES, a coal power company dumping toxic waste in Puerto Rico
SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson has been lauded for her Puerto Rico aid initiative while sitting on the board of a coal company poisoning Puerto Ricans.
La presidenta de la Universidad Estatal de Nueva York (SUNY) es miembro de la junta de directores de AES, la compañía de energía que deposita desechos tóxicos en Puerto Rico
La presidenta de SUNY, Kristina Johnson, ha estado recibiendo alabanzas por su iniciativa de ayuda de Puerto Rico mientras se encuentra en la junta de una compañía de carbón envenenando a los puertorriqueños.
Hochul raised $35k from Buffalo Billion contractors now under investigation
Campaign finance records show that in early August 2014 Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul brought in more than $35,000 from at least eight people and businesses named in subpoenas in the investigation into Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative. The donations coincide with a private fundraiser Hochul held at a Buffalo law firm, suggesting that numerous …
A small watchdog research team committed itself to regular blog posts on the powers that be. You will not believe what happened next.
Since our last Eyes on the Ties roundup we’ve continued to cover a wide spectrum of news and events with original research using the LittleSis database. Topping this roundup once again is J.P. Morgan, which sealed it’s $13 billion dollar bargain settlement deal with the Department of Justice. You may recall Kevin’s post on the …
SUNY kickback controversy prompts changes in presidential pay scheme
Last week, the Albany Times-Union reported that the board of trustees of the State University of New York (SUNY) system unanimously approved a proposal to reform the current compensation structure for the Chancellor, campus presidents, and senior SUNY officials. The reforms, proposed by Chancellor Nancy Zimpher, were presumably prompted by a recent scandal at SUNY …
“Nonsense” and UB’s Shale Resources and Society Institute
In recent interviews, Dr. Bruce Pitman, the dean of the University at Buffalo’s College of Arts and Sciences responded to PAI’s criticism of a study published this summer by the school’s Shale Resources and Society Institute. To a WBFO reporter, Pitman characterized claims of SRSI’s poor scholarship as “nonsense”, saying, “We haven’t been able to …