Banking on New Jersey
Displaced Manhattan Firms Dig in Across the Hudson
By Tatsha Robertson, Globe Staff
October 1, 2001
JERSEY CITY - Beginning at 3:30 one recent weekday afternoon, drivers in
black Lincoln Town Cars started pulling alongside one of the tallest office
buildings around. One by one, some of New York's financial executives
hustled out in their snappy dark suits and hopped into the waiting limos.
This story ran on page A1 of the Boston Globe on 10/1/2001.