Category Archives: – In the News

BPCA Charmian and CEO Dennis Mehiel puts his $35 Million NYC mansion up for sale

October 30, 2014- The WSJ reports that Dennis Mehiel

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Cuomo’s book sells only 535 copies

October 30, 2014- Governor Cuomo’s ghost-written book meant to give him free PR-time  on the TV stations and the perfunctory

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What you need to know about ISIS

October 29, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD I saw the most recent episode of the PBS show Frontline that explained how ISIS rose to power.

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Citi Bike program saved by Related real estate company

October 28, 2014- The NYT reports, “New York’s popular

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Woman films herself being harassed as she walks the streets of New York

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Interview with Dexcom’s CEO Terry Gregg

August 11, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD In Part 1 of our interview with the CEO of Dexcom (Ticker DXCM), Terry Gregg, we review the business model and products. Mr. Gregg explains how continuous glucose monitoring is safer … Continue reading

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The Post covers our story on BPCA raises

October 5, 2014- The Post blatantly rips of BatteryPark.TV again, but that’s OK.

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NY Post quotes the great plastic surgeon Steven Greer, MD

October 22, 2014- Why the NY Post called me about this story, I have no idea. But the Great Dr. Greer was quoted today.

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Interview with ProPublica’s Editor and CEO Paul Steiger

(In full screen 1080i HD) June 15, 2012 By Steven Greer, MD In 2007, after the Wall Street Journal was acquired by News Corp, Paul Steiger, the managing editor of the paper, became the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of ProPublica. As … Continue reading

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The real reason Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio are butting heads

Update: October 26, 2014- Governor Cuomo’s decision to quarantine people flying in from African Ebola hot spots was made without

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Legend on Set: Episode 2

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BatteryPark.TV produces segment with Elon Musk and Tesla

Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com September 17, 2014- BatteryPark.TV initiated this interview with Elon Musk when we met him in person by the Conrad Hotel in February for the Super Bowl.

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Restaurants need to adopt Apple Pay ASAP

October 21, 2014- By Steven E. Greer Another huge credit card data security hack was in the news today.

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Did Milford Management install an unsafe radiation beam atop Cove Club?

October 3, 2014- By Steven E. Greer BatteryPark.TV previously exclusively reported on a secret Verizon cell tower that was installed atop the Cove Club at the intersection of West Thames and Battery Place.

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Steven Greer, MD discusses with Bill O’Reilly the Japan radiation concern for the US?

April 2, 2011 Currently, the radioactive isotopes from the Fukushima meltdowns (plural) reaching the United States are of no concern. The levels are miniscule and of no medical harm. However, radiation exposure and subsequent risk to cancer is cumulative and … Continue reading

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New Yorker Magazine covers our story on kayak activists

July 23, 2013- By Steven E. Greer, MD In the July 29th edition of New Yorker Magazine, journalist Nick Paumgarten covered our exclusive story about kayak activists in Midtown forcing the ferry boats docking in Battery Park City to honk … Continue reading

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UK’s Daily Mail covers BatteryPark.TV story on $5-Million HRPT dog run

October 4, 2013- By Steven E. Greer, MD The international newspaper, The Daily Mail, has expanded upon BatteryPark.TV’s story of the HRPT’s $5 Million dog run. Click here for the story.

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Why I have such contempt for the mainstream press

October 13, 2014- By Steven E. Greer I wish more people knew what I knew about mainstream news media.

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It’s official. Danny Meyer has sold out, literally.

Update August 15, 2014- Reuters reports that the private equity firm Leonard and Greene and Partners LP purchased the 40% stake in USHG, not Goldman Sachs as were guessed. July 6, 2014- By Steven E. Greer As if it weren’t … Continue reading

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Meet the new boss: Interview with The Who’s Roger Daltrey

In full screen 1080i HD More than 20 years ago, Roger Daltrey began forming special cancer units in the UK to treat patients in their teenage and young adult years. Now, with the other member of the legendary rock band … Continue reading

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