More than 50 percent of Americans said the economy is in poor shape in a new CBS News/New York Times poll released Tuesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, said Tuesday that Connecticut is one of the top two gubernatorial races in the country.
A new survey finds most businesses are looking to add workers within the next five years. The survey was sponsored by Bethpage FCU and conducted by the Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research.
The risks that New Yorkers take on the roads are getting worse every day, and some say that the hazardous conditions can be blamed on the economy.
Bank of America was found liable for fraud in a civil case the government said captured the frenzied pursuit of profits at all costs just before the economy collapsed.
According to a CBS News poll, 85 percent of those surveyed said they do not approve of the job Congress is doing.
Sunday marked the fifth anniversary of the collapse of the Lehman Brothers investment bank collapse, and one expert said the situation has not really improved.
Manasquan is one town whose revenue decline can be attributed to just about every problem experienced along the shore. Beach revenue, including from parking, was down $290,000 through July 21.
The summer spike in gas prices has drivers feeling the pain at the pump, but that financial stress could be rippling through the rest of the economy as well.
The birthplace of suburbia needs an upgrade if it hopes to hold on to a strong economy, according to experts meeting in Farmingdale about the future of Long Island.
The House voted 89-53, with eight lawmakers not voting, to pass the bill. The vote came nearly a week after the state Senate approved the legislation.
We’ve heard the overall headline that home sales are the best in seven years. But we wanted to break down the trends for the New York City area.
A strong Long Island economy is dependent on a immigrant workforce, according to Joe Gergela of the Long Island Farm Bureau.
President Barack Obama said the national union is strong State of the Union Address Tuesday night, but he still has a raft of sticky-wicket problems to deal with at home and abroad.
Superstorm Sandy could wind up benefiting the New Jersey economy. That’s the expert opinion from the Bloustein School of Public Policy and Planning at Rutgers University.