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IKEA Opening New Store On UESIKEA will soon open its doors on the Upper East Side, but don't expect a traditional big box store or even Swedish meatballs.
JetBlue Adds NYC To London ServiceNew York based JetBlue Airlines is adding service from New York to London.
Union Approves Strike Against Reliant School Bus CompanyMembers 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. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
City Dogged In Effort To Shut Down Midtown NYC NewsstandElizabeth Willis says the city is trying to bully her out of business from her newsstand in Times Square. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
N.J. Gas Prices May Be On The RiseIt's unfortunate news for New Jersey drivers. The gas tax could again increase next fall. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports
City Council Members To Call For Fee On Paper Shopping BagsUnder the new state law, each municipality has the option of imposing a 5-cent fee on paper bags. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
New MTA Tolls Go Into EffectDrivers are reaching a little further into their pockets now that the new MTA fare hike has taken effect. TV 10/55's Jessica Moore reports
Stew Leonard's To Open First NJ Grocery Store In ParamusPublic officials marked the occasion with a toast of mile in wine glasses before the ceremonial ground breaking of the Stew Leonard's store on March 29, 2019. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Passengers Left Stranded After Bargain Airline Goes Out Of BusinessPassengers on two continents were left in a tough situation Thursday after bargain airline WOW Air suddenly went out of business. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports

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Proposed NYC Fur Ban Sets Off Backlash From IndustryAngry furriers descended on City Hall Thursday to protest proposed city council legislation to ban the sale of fur apparel and accessories. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Verizon Worker Wins Millions In Discrimination SuitA Verizon worker, claiming discrimination by the company, has won a lawsuit worth millions. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Uber Purchasing Middle Eastern Ride Hail Company CareemSources say Uber is set to announce a $3 billion cash purchase of Careem Networks, based in Dubai. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Sports Betting Coming To NY, But There's A CatchIt's looking more and more like sports betting will be legal in New York state soon, but residents won't be able to place bets on their smartphones. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports
Should Businesses Be Allowed To Go Cashless?Experts say cashless businesses are becoming more popular as technology expands, but New Jersey just decided to swipe that idea away.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Named ‘Top Villain’ In Amazon HQ Blame GameA poll by Siena College reveals who New Yorkers blame for Amazon’s decision to not open a new headquarters in Queens. Given the options of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, the State Senate, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and local Queens Activists, Ocasio-Cortez came out as “top villain.”
Vessel In Middle Of Hudson Yards Expected To Be Star AttractionCBSN New York's Alice Gainer shows off the multi-tier architectural "Vessel" in the center of the newly opened Hudson Yards development.
Celebrities, Officials Turn Out For Hudson Yards OpeningAfter a decade in the works, the Hudson Yards development opened to the public amid grand fanfare. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Hudson Yards Development Opens Its DoorsIt took 10 years, but the much anticipated Hudson Yards development is now open to the public following a grand opening party. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Yonkers Set To Lose Hundreds Of JobsSeveral hundred workers were scrambling Thursday, after learning their jobs are moving from Westchester County to Georgia. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports
Officials, Community Leaders Continue To Urge Amazon To ReconsiderDesperate for a deal, New York continues to woo Amazon, even after the online retail giant rejected the idea of opening a second headquarters here. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
State Senator Talks On NYC Congestion Pricing, Bringing Amazon HQ Deal Back To LifeState Sen. Todd Kaminsky talks with CBSN New York's Ali Bauman about congestion pricing and New York's last-ditch effort to bring the Amazon deal for a headquarters in Long Island City back to life.
Behind The Scenes Of Beauty Industry AwardsOver 400 companies will be demonstrating their beauty products. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Queens Lawmakers, Business Leaders Beg Amazon To ReconsiderDozens of New York politicians and business leaders are desperate for a deal to win back Amazon and wrote an open letter in today’s New York Times to convince the online retail giant that New York City is still the prime choice. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Officials Negotiate For Amazon To ReconsiderDozens of New York politicians and business leaders are desperate for a deal to win back Amazon. A public letter to Amazon was published in the New York Times today to convince the online retail giant the city is still the prime choice. CBSN New York's Janelle Burrell reports.
Effort To Keep Amazon Deal AliveDozens of New York politicians and business leaders are desperate for a deal to win back Amazon. A public letter to Amazon was published in the New York Times today to convince the online retail giant the city is still the prime choice. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
U.S. Economy Grew 2.6% In Q4 2018new gdp data shows the u-s economy grew more than expected during the fourth quarter. According to the commerce department, the economy expanded 2.6 percent in the final three months of 2018. While it was a slowdown from the prior quarter, it was better than expected. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Johnson And Johnson Subpoenaed About Baby Powder Safety ConcernsNew Jersey-based Johnson and Johnson says it been subpoenaed by the Justice Department and the Security and Exchange Commission. Federal officials are now seeking documents about the safety of its popular baby powder and other products containing talc.
Non-Profit In Small N.J. Town Under FireSome business owners in a small New Jersey town say a non-profit meant to promote business is only promoting itself. CBS2's Meg Baker reports

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