Black Friday 2013 was so big it couldn’t fit into just one day. Holiday shoppers were out in full force Friday night. Some of the nation’s biggest stores have been open since Thursday night.
The company’s CEO is defending the retail giant. Bill Simon says his stores offers opportunity.
With Thanksgiving here and gone and Chanukah in full effect, the mad rush of the holiday shopping season officially kicks off with Black Friday.
Thousands of die hard shoppers ran through the doors at Macy’s Herald Square store which opened on Thanksgiving for the first time in its 155 year history.
An honor turned into humiliation for the family of a fallen NYPD officer from East Islip.
In a decision that has met with mixed reaction, more and more retailers have decided to open on Thanksgiving Day for pre-Black Friday sales.
New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has a message for owners of empty lots zoned for resident construction: Build up or pay up.
As the holiday shopping season arrives, paying with plastic could mean reaping big rewards.
De Blasio campaigned on a platform of adding a tax on households making more than $500,000 a year to cover the costs of universal pre-kindergarten and after-school programs.
Carjackings have been on the rise because new technology has made them virtually impossible to hot wire. There is also a growing market for nice cars.
A tiny book of psalms sold for a gargantuan price Tuesday evening.
Shoppers who are getting ready to rush out the door on Friday morning in search of Black Friday deals may want to slow down.
Nearly half of recent college graduates say they can’t find jobs that require degrees, according to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics study.
Supporters of the Move NY campaign said the proposal is all about fairness. The plan would implement a $5 toll or $7.50 cash on the Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg and 59th Street bridges.
New York State Sen. Daniel Squadron (D-Manhattan/Brooklyn) announced legislation Monday that would require the NYPD to disclose the extra police services it provides to businesses, in light of allegations of racial profiling at department stores.
Employees and supporters demonstrate outside of a Wendy’s fast-food restaurant to demand higher pay and the right to form a union.
Now that’s rich! While some may still be pinching pennies here are some people where the words “economic crisis” don’t seem to apply. These are the 10 richest people in the world, according to Forbes.