The Dow closed at an all-time high Tuesday, beating the previous record it set in October 2007, before the financial crisis and the Great Recession.
Subways and buses will now cost at least a quarter more _ $2.50 with a MetroCard and $2.75 for a single ride. Express buses are going up to $6.
Belle Harbor, Queens was one of the New York City neighborhoods hit particularly hard by superstorm Sandy. For the businesses there, coming back has been and continues to be a struggle.
The party is over for an event that blended shopping and champagne, fashion and celebrities in New York City.
A new survey Tuesday indicated that many people approaching retirement age have no intention of stopping working.
Two groups representing livery cab drivers filed suit earlier this month arguing that the virtual hail apps violate a law that prevents yellow cab drivers from setting up prearranged rides with passengers.
The DKNY fashion label is making a charitable donation, after the photographer behind the popular “Humans of New York” project discovered that the label had used his photos without permission in a Bangkok store.
Amid growing safety concerns over its fleet, US Department of Transportation Officials ordered Fung Wah Bus Transportation Inc. to immediately suspend its service.
Wall Street cash bonuses for 2012 are expected to rise 8 percent to $20 billion, partly driven by deferred payments from prior years, New York’s state comptroller said Tuesday.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea was drawn into Europe’s widening food labeling scandal Monday as authorities said they had detected horse meat in frozen meatballs labeled as beef and pork and sold in 13 countries across the continent.
The governor of Nevada has signed a bill legalizing online gambling there and one New Jersey gaming attorney and consultant believes it will happen in the Garden State, too.
“We talk openly about sexism or racism. This is boroughism,” Public Advocate Bill de Blasio said at City Hall on Thursday. “This is clear bias according to borough.”
Less than a year after opening, the Revel casino and hotel in Atlantic City has announced it is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy next month.
It’s been sticker shock at the gas pumps for more than a month. Almost daily, there have been price hikes, adding 45 cents to the cost of each gallon. But are our elected officials willing to do something about the skyrocketing prices?
New York City is set on becoming a haven for high-tech startups, and officials are taking new steps to make sure everyone knows it.
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A store honoring the toaster treat is opening Tuesday on 42nd Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway.
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