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December 7, 2007

Deputy Mayor Leaving to Run Bloomberg L.P

From the NYT:

Daniel L. Doctoroff was to have been the Robert Moses of the Bloomberg era, a bold visionary who would guide a sweeping revitalization of New York and put to rest the notion that the age of building big had ended.

But now, as Mr. Doctoroff ends his tenure as the longest-serving deputy mayor for economic development, much of his agenda remains unrealized, despite his many achievements.

Mr. Doctoroff, 49, announced yesterday that he would resign at the end of the year and become president of Bloomberg L.P. in February.


Read the read here.

Posted by Becky at December 7, 2007 3:06 PM Posted to Business News