NJ Whole Foods Store Fires Security Firm That Detained 70-Year-Old WomanRepresentatives from a Whole Foods store in New Jersey say they have fired the security company responsible for detaining and banning a 70-year-old woman.
Port Jefferson Ban On Hookah Lounges, Tattoo Parlors, Strip Clubs Draws Mixed ReviewsVillage officials say the ban is largely over concerns about illegal activity that such businesses might bring.
Playboy Magazine To Stop Publishing Photos Of Fully Nude WomenPlayboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign, the decades-old magazine announced Tuesday.
Jersey City Announces Deal Formally Embracing AirbnbUnder an agreement with the city, the company has agreed to charge users the same 6 percent hospitality tax guests at the city's hotels pay.
Business Experts: Mets' Success Means Good Things For The FutureAs the Mets host their first home playoff game since 2006 on Monday night, the team is looking to cash in on its success.
Growing Number Of New Yorkers Make A Living With On Demand Ride Services Uber, LyftA growing number of New Yorkers have been following the trail of money, and getting behind the wheel to make big buck.
Pirate Ship Toy With Black Figure And Collar Stirs ControversyThe box contains a miniature metal collar, and the instructions say it's supposed to go around a black passenger's neck.
Sandwich Chain Cosi Blames Pope's Visit For Poor SalesCosi reported sales at its company-owned restaurants were down 4.5 percent in September compared to last year.
Seen At 11: Wrinkle Eraser Botox Being Used To Combat Excessive SweatingAs a proven wrinkle eraser, botox is a go-to treatment for many men and women, but there are other uses for the injectible.
First Hudson Yards Tower Reaches Its PeakThe 52-story 10 Hudson Yards is the first of more than a dozen skyscrapers Ron Wackrow, executive vice president of The Related Companies, is responsible for building.
N.Y. Attorney General's Office Begins Probe Of Daily Fantasy Sports SitesIn a joint statement, both companies say internal fraud monitoring found no misuse of information.
NY Comptroller: Wall Street Profits Hit $11.3B In 1st Half Of 2015Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said the analysis shows that despite current market volatility, Wall Street may be positioned for a good year overall.