Developers Bringing 'Dead' Malls Back To LifeAn estimated 12,000 brick-and-mortar stores could close by the end of the year, but some developers are giving so-called "dead" malls makeovers and bringing them back to life.
Court: American Airline Workers At Newark Airport Can't Sue As Class In Pay DisputeAmerican Airlines workers at Newark's airport who claim in a lawsuit they've been shorted on overtime pay can't sue as a class, a federal appeals court ruled this week.
New Jersey Seeing More Gambling Moving From Casinos To Smart Phones, TabletsReports say Atlantic City casinos and their online partners could generate $460 million in online revenue by the end of the year.
Push On To Bring Movie Studio To Long Island's Port WashingtonLong Island could soon be getting another big movie studio. A developer said it would bring jobs and a boost to the economy. But not everyone is rolling out the red carpet.
Spirit Airlines Continues Pursuit Of The Perfect Plane SeatU.S. airlines are expected to fly 47.5 million people over Christmas and New Year’s. One estimate says up to three million flyers a day will cram into airline seats.
Working On Christmas Just Part Of The Job For Many In New York CityChristmas means a day off for the vast majority of working Americans, but by one estimate up to 4% still work the holiday.
Business Owners To NYC: Changes To 14th Street Vehicle Traffic Are Killing UsThe city may be praising faster commute times on it's first major busway along 14th Street, but many small businesses there are complaining about the changes. They say it's killing their sales.
Auto Safety Group Says Taxis, Ride Shares In NYC May Be Operating With Safety RecallsNew warnings were issued Monday on taxi cab safety. An auto safety group said the taxi cab or Uber you ride in may have safety problems you don't even know about.
Arthur Avenue's Little Italy Packed As Customers Seek Out Last-Minute Ingredients For Christmas FeastsThere's was last-minute shopping rush on in the Bronx on Monday. But not for gifts. It was for food.
American Airlines Offering Non-Binary Gender Booking Options For PassengersInstead of being required to declare themselves male or female, customers will be able to choose either "undisclosed" or "unspecified" when booking a flight over the phone instead of only "male" and "female."
Sen. Schumer Issues Warning About Recalled Products From T.J. Maxx, OthersA consumer warning was issued to shoppers on Sunday. Recalled items could be sitting under your Christmas tree.
Still Hopeful Of Expansion, Lenox Terrace Developers Ready To Make ConcessionsTenants of a historic Harlem apartment complex are gaining traction in their fight against a proposal to expand their community.
Yet To Turn A Profit, Resorts World Catskills Casino Puts 40-Year Gaming Veteran DeSalvio In ChargeIt is a new deal for the struggling Resorts World Casino in the Catskills, which has lost more than $200 million since it opened almost two years ago.
Retail Experts: Do Yourself A Favor And Don't Wait Until Next Weekend To Do Your Holiday ShoppingTime is ticking to get holiday shopping done! Many people spent Sunday browsing and buying presents, as Christmas and Hanukkah are nearly here.
New NYS Law Mandates Manufacturers Change Formula Of Cleaning Products Containing 1,4-DioxaneSome well-known cleaning and cosmetic products will have to change their formula to remain on store shelves in the Empire State.