Amazon Planning To Build New Office At Hudson Yards Without Controversial Tax BreaksThe announcement comes after a tumultuous fight earlier in the year which saw the online giant pull out of a plan to build its new HQ2 headquarters in Long Island City.
Hiring Surged In November As Autoworkers Ended GM StrikeBusinesses in the U.S. hired 266,000 people in November, sending down the nation's unemployment rate a notch to 3.5%, the Labor Department said Friday.
Viacom, CBS Corp. Officially Back Together AgainAfter first merging in 1999 and breaking apart in 2005, they are ViacomCBS with a collection of cable channels, broadcast networks and film and publishing divisions.
NYC Announces Pilot Program That Replaces Some Delivery Trucks With Electric Cargo BikesInternet deliveries are literally choking the streets, accounting for more than 1 million packages per day and counting. But now, transportation officials have a new way to ease delivery congestion.
Gov. Cuomo Cracks Down On Robocalls, Signs 'Nuisance Call Act' Into LawSome needed relief is on the way for those dealing with constant and annoying robocalls. Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed a law that closes a loophole in the "Do Not Call Registry."
Sullivan County Farms Ready To Fight NYC Over Impending Ban On Delicacy Foie GrasA delicacy served in some of the Big Apple's finest restaurants helps put food on the table for hundreds of upstate families. Most of them are immigrants, who now fear their jobs are in jeopardy.
Small Business Saturday Celebrates 10th Year As Shoppers Come Out To Support Their Local StoresThe movement encourages people across the country to support their local businesses by shopping small.
Instagram, Facebook Service Restored After Thanksgiving Day OutageIn an update just after 3 p.m. ET, the company said that the issue is fully resolved.
Fifth Avenue Association Making Use Of Empty Storefronts In Epic Holiday Window DisplayThe sights and sounds of the holiday season are here and few are as spectacular than the Fifth Avenue storefronts.
Exclusive: Mom Says Long Island Child Care Center Burned Young Daughter's Skin, Then Lied About itMarie Deckenback said her toddler's skin could be permanently discolored following last week's incident at Precious Lambs Child Care.
Haggling For The Holidays: Shoppers Find Even Better Deals On Websites Helping You Negotiate Your Own PricePriceWaiter says on average consumers request a 26-percent discount and end up with a savings of 14 percent; which is on average $81.
Demanding Answers: Gov. Cuomo Sends Subtle Warning To Con Ed Over Its Gas MoratoriumFresh off his success in forcing National Grid to provide natural gas to thousands of customers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo sets his sights on a new target -- Con Edison.
Fears Over Environmental Impact Hindering Proposed Teterboro Airport ExpansionPlans to expand the busy Teterboro Airport into preserved land are up in the air. Locals and environmental groups fear the impact it will have on their homes.
FAA Tests Airplane Seat Size Safety For First Time, But Some Critics Call Experiments 'A Sham'As airlines reduce seat sizes and pack more people onto planes, the Federal Aviation Administration has started tests aimed at setting a minimum standard for seats and the space between rows to ensure safety.
CBS2 Heads To Farm In N.J. To Find Out Secrets Of Cutting Down The Perfect Christmas TreeFor many families, picking out the perfect Christmas tree is part of a decades-old tradition. For a pair of tree farm owners in New Jersey, the tradition means so much more.