Macy's Herald Square Reaches Tentative Deal With Union, Avoids StrikeMacy's Inc. said Thursday that it worked overnight with the union on negotiations. The current contract expired at midnight Wednesday.
Fairway Locations To Remain Open Despite Bankruptcy FilingThe gourmet grocer filed for bankruptcy protection this week after reaching a restructuring deal with creditors.
Sorry, Internet: McDonald's Says All-You-Can-Eat Fries Are NOT HappeningThe buzz is around a reported "test" of unlimited fries for customers at the pending location in St. Joseph, north of Kansas.
Schneiderman Asks Major Retailers To End 'Unfair' On-Call SchedulingNew York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said letters went to American Eagle, Aeropostale, Payless, Disney, Coach and several other retailers.
TD Bank Halts Coin-Counting Service After Miscalculations ReportedThe Canadian-headquartered bank says the machines will be brought back when they're satisfied with the performance requirements.
Ikea Recalls Table, Floor Lamps Due To Potential Electric Shock HazardIkea says cables in their GOTHEM floor lamp, GOTHEM 18-inch table lamp and GOTHEM 14-inch table lamp models were damaged while in manufacturing.
New York's Carnegie Deli Reopens After 10-Month HiatusThe classic Manhattan deli shut down last April after Con Edison crews found the deli had been improperly siphoning natural gas for close to six years.
Seen At 11: Sneaker Resale Is A Kickin' Business For Shoe FanaticsJust about everyone owns a pair of sneakers, but there are some who have made a lifestyle -- and a handsome profit -- from reselling their coveted kicks.
Chipotle Served In Criminal Investigation Following Norovirus OutbreakChipotle says it has been served with a federal grand jury subpoena as part of a criminal investigation tied to a norovirus outbreak this summer.
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Amazon Prime Now Offers One-Hour Alcohol Delivery Service In ManhattanAmazon.com has brought the gift of booze at the click of a button to New York City, just in time for the holiday season.
Bodega Owner: MTA Construction Fence Is Ruining BusinessA Williamsburg bodega owner says a construction awning put up by the MTA has seriously impacted his business.