U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest set the Nov. 3 date as 29-year-old Ross William Ulbricht pleaded not guilty to four charges in a rewritten indictment returned earlier this week.
When prosecutors announced the case against Mathew Martoma in November 2012, they said it may be the most lucrative insider trading scheme of all time.
CBS 2 has learned about a booming counterfeit fragrance market, and experts say as many as 10 percent of all perfumes for sale are phonies.
For stock investors, February is starting out just as rough as January.
The polar vortex is behind the jump in costs. The frigid temperatures have pumped up the price of natural gas that’s used to fuel power plants on Long Island, so those costs are being passed along to PSEG electric customers.
New York’s food inspections have been lagging, allowing 5,000 manufacturers, supermarkets, wholesale bakeries and other businesses to operate last year without updated inspections, state auditors reported Thursday.
Wings Beachwear’s mannequins in Miami sport flower tattoos like some of the women who shop there. The mannequins at American Apparel’s downtown New York City store have pubic hair peeking through their lingerie.
In the 16 years he’s been brokering Super Bowl hotel rooms on 14SB.com, Alan Bachand says this year has been the worst.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer wants the city’s minimum wage raised to $11 an hour. The state minimum wage is $8.
Will the snowy New York City area really reap an estimated $600 million economic boost from the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium? Probably not.
The senator’s measure would change the Family and Medical Leave Act, which was enacted in 1993, to give workers about two-thirds of their salaries for up to 12 weeks in a family crisis.
If you are trying to make your home an easier or better place to live then you may be interested in some of the products that will be on display at the International Home and Houseware Show.
Homeowners who use natural gas and electricity will see higher heating bills because they’ll use more fuel. But prices won’t rise dramatically because utilities buy only a small portion of the fuel at the elevated prices.
An email sent to the roughly 70 million Target customers who may have been affected by a pre-Christmas data breach is causing panic among those who fear it could be an attempt to victimize them again.
An email arrives looking like a utility bill, with a link to view account information. Up to 66 PSE&G customers in New Jersey and 200 more on Long Island reported receiving one.
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.