National Grid Gas Nightmare: Brooklyn Pretzel Business The Latest Victim Of Utility's Political StandoffCBS2's Marcia Kramer is demanding answers from New York State and National Grid as a Brooklyn business desperately waits for their gas hookups from the utility.
U.S. Trade War With China Resulting In Food Bank 'Windfall' On Long IslandAn economic tit-for-tat in the tariff struggle between China and the U.S. is helping fight hunger at home. Food that China wont buy is pouring into Long Island food banks.
WeWork CEO Facing Pressure After Delay Of IPO, Mixed Financial PerformanceCo-founder and CEO Adam Neumann is facing increased pressure to resign as WeWork CEO after a delay in the company's IPO.
Colt Suspending Production Of AR-15 Assault RiflesThe company said it will focus instead on fulfilling contracts with military and police customers for rifles.
Jersey City Set To Roll Out 6-Passenger Via Ride-Sharing BusesYou've heard of and probably used ride-sharing cars to get around. But what about a ride-sharing bus that comes to you?
UPS Hiring 11,000 Workers In New York, New Jersey For Busy Holiday SeasonUPS says they’re looking for package handlers, delivery and tractor trailer drivers, and driver helpers at 38 locations throughout the Tri-state to meet demand during the busy holiday season.
Some NYC Small Businesses Sound Alarm, Say New Legislation Helping Workers Is Crushing Bottom LineChanges in labor standards, including hikes in the minimum wage, are supposed to help low wage workers. But some local businesses say they're crippling their bottom line.
OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files For Bankruptcy Days After Opioid Deal With NY, Other StatesAccording to the drugmaker, the Chapter 11 bankruptcy settlement is worth $10 billion and will go towards addressing the opioid crisis.
With Industry City Development Booming, Sunset Park Wary On Further DevelopmentDan Geiger, who covers real estate for Crain's New York magazine, shares insights on the future of redevelopment in Brooklyn.
Grassroots Event Held To Help Out Struggling East Village Egg Cream ShopSaturday's so-called "Cash Mob" event encouraged New Yorkers to spend some money and spread the word on social media.
New York State-Based Payroll Company Accused Of Diverting $35M From Employee AccountsSome accounts had multiple withdrawals, leaving many employees with negative balances and employers scrambling to pay workers.
N.J. Town Cracking Down On Hoverboarding SolicitorsPolice in one New Jersey town are cracking down on illegal soliciting, and the suspects they're after have a very unique way of getting around.
Trump Administration Trying To Ban Flavored E-CigarettesThe Trump administration is trying to ban all non-tobacco flavored vaping products from the market, President Trump declared during an Oval Office meeting on e-cigarettes.
2 Suspects In Hollywood-Style Manhattan Jewelry Store Robbery IdentifiedThe incident happened just after noon on Aug. 25 at Avianne & Co. Jewelers on West 47th Street in the Diamond District.
Google, YouTube Fined $170 Million For Violating Children's PrivacyThe FTC says the company collected children’s data without their parents’ consent.