Former Meadowlands Site Looking To Hire Workers Ahead Of 'American Dream' OpeningA job fair hiring event for up to 1,200 positions will be held in Lyndhurst on July 24-25, 2019.
Support Grows For Bill Proposing Allergy-Friendly Restaurants In Nassau CountyA new bill is proposing food establishments better train employees on how to handle food safely.
Retailers Rolling Out Their Own Deals To Counter Amazon Prime Day SalesAmazon's annual "Prime Day" is underway Monday, offering two days of ongoing sales from the online retail giant. Other retailers are also offering deep discounts to entice shoppers.
NYC Blackout: Many Manhattan Businesses Hurt, But Some Soften Blow With Quick ThinkingSaturday night's blackout in Manhattan impacted the bottom line for plenty of businesses. But as CBS2 found out, some made the best of it.
Target Offering Special Discounts Just For Teachers Starting SaturdayThe week-long event starts on Saturday and runs until July 20.
Nike Pulls 'Betsy Ross' Sneakers After Colin Kaepernick Claims Flag Symbolizes SlaveryThe sneaker giant pulled their Air Max 1 USA shoe, which included a Revolutionary-era U.S. flag with 13 white stars in a circle on the back.
Arby's Has Hilarious Response To 'Meatless' Craze: Sell Meat That Looks Like VegetablesNaturally you’d think the nation’s “meatless” craze would push the fast food chain to offer some meals that look like beef but are actually vegan-friendly. They kind of went in a different direction.
Experts: Trump's Proposed Tariff's Against Europe May Cause Price Of Olive Oil To Possibly Triple By Next MonthPresident Trump has proposed tariffs ranging from 25 to 100 percent on more than 300 products from Europe, including wine, cheese and seafood. The biggest price hikes, though, could be on olive oil.
Diamond Store's Shutdown Leaves Customers Seeking Gems, Money And AnswersA popular diamond business appears to have abruptly shut down, leaving paying customers without their jewelry.
For-Hire Vehicles Get Hit With More Restrictions In NYCPlans for a double cap on for-hire vehicles in the city was announced Wednesday.
N.J. Township Comes Up With Plan To Fill Empty StorefrontsVacant storefronts could be the signs of a lagging economy or depressed neighborhood.
Four Seasons, NYC's Famed Power Lunch Spot, Closing AgainNew York's famed Four Seasons Restaurant is closing less than a year after it reopened in a new location.
Suffolk Considering Law That Would Ban Employers From Asking About Criminal Convictions Until Late In Hiring ProcessSome legislators in the suburbs are uncomfortable with a proposal to prohibit private businesses from asking job applicants about their criminal history.
Report: Amazon's Bezos To Live Large At Top Of NYC SkyscraperCBS2 first gave you a look at the show-stopping views at 212 Fifth Ave. in our weekly edition of Living Large. Now, that Manhattan mansion in the sky is reportedly getting a new tenant.
Jay-Z Named First Billionaire Rap ArtistJay-Z is also a streaming music mogul and owner of a sports management company.