Con Ed's Deal With Tennessee Company May End Natural Gas Moratorium In 2023Con Edison says it has a deal to end the gas hookup moratorium many fear is hurting Westchester County growth.
Ro's $85 Million Financing Tops Recent Funding News In New YorkNew York-based wellness company Ro has secured $85 million in Series B funding, according to company database Crunchbase.
Dashlane Nets $30 Million, Plus More Top Funding News For New York-Based CompaniesNew York-based identity management and privacy company Dashlane has secured $30 million in debt financing
New Water Park Resort Opens In New York, Hoping To Bring Tourists And Revenue To CatskillsFor years, New York has puzzled over how to revitalize the Catskills. Now, another pricey piece has been added to the picture.
Food Stamps And Online Grocery Shopping About To MixA two-year government pilot program has launched to allow low-income shoppers on government food assistance in New York to shop and pay for their groceries online.
Cuomo: Netflix Expanding In NYC, Adding Jobs, Sound StagesNetflix will expand its operations in New York City, adding 127 jobs in its Manhattan marketing and development office and building six sounds stages in Brooklyn where thousands of productions jobs will be located, New York officials announced Thursday.
Hey Teens, Get A Job! Tips For Landing Summer Side Hustles For KidsWith the school year winding down, parents are trying to figure out how to keep their kids busy this summer.
JetBlue Adding Service From New York To LondonThe New York-based airline says the flights will start in 2021. The company is also adding flights from Boston to London.
Mayor De Blasio Bans NYC Agencies From Buying PlasticwareCity workers will soon have to say goodbye to plasticware in their break rooms thanks to an executive order banning the purchase of several single-use plastic consumer items.
Long Island Deli Owner Trying To Stave Off Building Landlord's Desire To Bring In 7-ElevenThere is a push on to save a family-owned deli that has been on a Nassau County corner since the 1980s.
Brooklyn DA Gonzalez Says He'd Support Legislation That Would Decriminalize ProstitutionBrooklyn's district attorney is considering making prostitution legal. But as CBS2's Hazel Sanchez found out Tuesday, not everyone likes that idea.
School Bus Drivers' Union Authorize Strike Against ReliantMembers of the city's largest school bus drivers union have voted to authorize a strike after job protections for bus workers were not included in the new state budget.