Travel Industry Fears Damage From A Long Government ShutdownThe partial government shutdown — the longest ever — has thinned the ranks of federal workers who staff airport security lines, and some travelers had braced for the worst.
Sears Stores To Remain Open, Retailer Avoids LiquidationSears' chairman and largest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, has won a bankruptcy auction for Sears, averting liquidation of the iconic chain.
Thinking Outside The Box: Brooklyn Shop Boasts Using No Containers At AllA new grocery store is looking to make a positive impact on the environment. It's getting rid of all packaging.
Merger Of New Jersey Care Groups Seen As Boon For Mental Health ServicesOne of the oldest and largest behavioral health systems is joining with one of the largest hospital systems in New Jersey.
Last-Minute Deal Buys Sears More Time, Avoids LiquidationSears is getting another reprieve from liquidation after its chairman and largest shareholder revised his bid to save the iconic brand.
Consumer Electronics Show Preview: Expect 5G Wireless Service To Be The Talk Of Las VegasTech and gadget lovers, this is your week.
'What's Wrong With Amazon' Forum Offer Cautionary Tale From SeattleOfficials from Seattle who lived through the impact of a new Amazon headquarters were in midtown Monday to clue New Yorkers in on the good, the bad and the ugly.
Westchester Businesses Forced To Close On Short NoticeSome small businesses in Westchester are being forced to close, a move that has surprised some shop owners – and dozens of other businesses could be next.
Judge Blocks Move Against Airbnb Rentals In New York CityA federal judge on Thursday blocked a new city law aimed at limiting Airbnb and other home sharing services that city officials blame for driving up rents
Lord & Taylor Flagship Store Officially Closes For GoodWith a new year comes a new era for shoppers in New York City.
New York's Minimum Wage Hits $15 On New Year's EveA $15 hourly rate - up from $13 - kicks in on Dec. 31 for the city's fast food workers and employees of businesses with 11 or more people.
Fate Of Bankrupt Retailer Sears To Be Decided TodayFriday marks a crucial deadline for bankrupt retailer Sears to decide if the company survives or will be liquidated.