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Ashley Milne-Tyte

Reporter

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Ashley Milne-Tyte is the host of a podcast about women in the workplace called The Broad Experience.

Latest Stories from Ashley (676)

Offshore wind energy sparks debate on Long Island

by Ashley Milne-Tyte May 30, 2019
A variety of stakeholders have a variety of opinions on the development of the 15-turbine windfarm.
Montauk fisherman Al Schaffer on his lobster boat.
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Why hotels are installing fewer bathtubs

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Apr 22, 2019
Shower-only hotel rooms in the U.S. now make up nearly a quarter of all rooms.
Shower-only hotel rooms in the U.S. now make up nearly a quarter of all rooms.
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What's in a font?

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Apr 17, 2019
Lately, a lot of brands are embracing a minimalist look.
Lately, a lot of brands are embracing a minimalist look.
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Rent the Runway turns its attention to the home

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Mar 25, 2019
The fashion rental company has partnered with West Elm to offer home accessories.
Starting this summer, Rent the Runway subscribers will be able to lease looks from home décor retailer West Elm.
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Customs officials struggle with the uptick in volume of goods shipped into the U.S.

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Dec 28, 2018
A 2016 law that allows goods from abroad to enter the U.S. duty free as long as they are valued at $800 or less has opened up the door to more counterfeiters.
Customs officers in the DHL warehouse at JFK Airport.
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Cookbooks are still going strong

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Nov 26, 2018
For a lot of people, a physical cookbook is a way to escape a screen – and make some memories.
Matt Sartwell, managing partner at New York City bookshop Kitchen Arts & Letters.
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Trade showdown

Trade consultants get a boost from tariff tensions

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Oct 12, 2018
Anxious importers are flooding the phone lines of trade advisers; one has seen a 20 percent jump in business.
A worker about to move stock at the Medsource Labs warehouse in Chaska, Minnesota.
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New York's public housing faces a big maintenance and repair bill

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 27, 2018
For tenants, the problems include mold, lead paint and broken boilers that force residents to use their ovens to keep warm during the winter.
Angel King and Calvin Drumgo, third vice president and president of the Tenants' Association at the Breukelen Houses public housing complex in Canarsie, Brooklyn..
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Why Hulu is a real prize in the battle for Fox

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jul 13, 2018
The service has 20 million subscribers and produces award winning original programs.
Cecily Strong speaks onstage at Hulu's Upfront Presentation on April 30, 2014 in New York City. 
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Companies step up their vetting processes for potential employees in the #MeToo era

by Ashley Milne-Tyte Jun 21, 2018
More and more women have been willing to speak out about harassment and assault in the workplace since the #MeToo movement began last fall. And employers want to ensure they have no reason to do so – mainly for liability…
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