Public Benefit Corporations

Some articles on public, public benefit corporations, corporations:

New York State Public Authorities Control Board
... The New York State Public Authorities Control Board is composed of five members, appointed by the Governor, some upon the recommendation of members of the Legislature ... New York's public services are heavily organized into public benefit corporations known frequently as authorities or development corporations ... New York State-chartered public benefit corporations exist all over the state, but the most famous examples are probably in New York City (the Metropolitan Transportation Authority ...
New York State Public-benefit Corporations - Types of Public Authorities
... The New York State Comptroller's Office lists four types of public benefit corporations and authorities Class A — these authorities and public benefit corporations ... Class D — these authorities and public benefit corporations have interstate or international jurisdiction ...
Administrative Divisions Of New York - Special Purpose Units of Government - Public Benefit Corporation/authority
... Public benefit corporations in New York operate like quasi-private corporations, generally with boards appointed by elected officials ... in one sense but, unlike government agencies, public benefit corporations are exempt from some regulations ... Public benefit corporations get charters from New York and are usually designed to perform a specific, narrow function in the public interest ...

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