Danielle Ivory

New York Times

New York Times reporter covering business and government

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Private Equity firms now control a significant part of public safety services like firefighting, police and ambulances, and their way of doing business is very different from both…

What happens when Public Safety goes Private

Private Equity firms now control a significant part of public safety services like firefighting, police and ambulances, and their way of doing business is very different from both…

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