LuLaRoe Retailers Sue Company Over Claims Of Poor Quality, Over Saturated MarketLuLaRoe has been filling the closets of countless mothers across the country, but now some who have invested thousands of dollars to sell the popular product say it's a bad business deal.
Lobstermen: Additional Regulations Will Deal Death Blow To IndustryAt Northport Fish And Lobster Company, the tanks are filled with fresh lobsters, but not from the nearby Long Island Sound.
Washington Woes Send Stocks TumblingStocks have their worst day since September as traders worry Washington turmoil will stymie Trump's pro-business agenda.
San Francisco Start-Up Unveils Shocking Way To Give Athletes An EdgeAthletes are always looking for an edge -- a better workout technique or device that will make them stronger, faster, or more explosive.
Seen At 11: Who Else Has Access To Your Surveillance Cameras?You install a security camera to keep an eye on your business or home, and keep your family safe.
‘Wannacry’ Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses In Dozens Of CountriesA huge extortion cyber attack hit dozens of nations. The attack held computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms, and other companies.
Penn Station Repairs Could Spoil Summer For Some Businesses On Long Island
Author Leigh Gallagher Shares Airbnb's Unlikely Success StoryBusiness journalist Leigh Gallagher stops by the WCBS studios to discuss her book, "The Airbnb Story," telling Ray Hoffman there was a time people thought Airbnb "was a terrible idea."
Jury Awards Record-Setting $110.5 Million To Woman With Cancer In Baby Powder LawsuitLois Slemp, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012, blames her illness on her use of the company's talcum-containing products for more than 40 years. Her cancer has spread to her liver.
Final Exam Pits Montclair Inventors Against Each Other For $10,000 PrizeCollege students in Montclair competed for thousands of dollars on Wednesday.
Seen At 11: Are Brighter Headlights Creating A Dangerous Distraction On The Road?It's a problem often made worse by car owners installing the lights after market at the wrong angle and height.
Etsy Replaces CEO, Cuts Jobs Amid Poor Stock PerformanceEtsy Inc. is replacing its chief executive officer and cutting jobs as it faces pressure from shareholders upset with its lackluster profits and anemic stock performance.

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