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Publisher Restricts E Book Access At LibrariesMacmillan publishing is looking to restrict electronic book access library systems by only allowing them to purchase one e-copy at the work's initial release. CBSN New York's Mary Calvi reports.
What's Next For Barneys?Bankrupt retailer Barneys may be purchased by a licensing company in conjunction with the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue.
Hackensack Meridian Health Starts Anti-Vaping CampaignNew Jersey's largest health network announced Thursday it is contributing $1 million to fund a initiative designed stop young people from using e-cigarettes. CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports
Jobs Market Still Going StrongThe Labor Market says the unemployment rate dropped in September. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Bed Bath & Beyond Closing More StoresBed Bath & Beyond is closing more stores than originally planned.
Postmates Teams Up With WalgreensPostmates will soon delivey over-the-counter medication to customers in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
WeWork Officially Withdraws IPOWeWork has officially put a pin in a plan to go public.
Forever 21 Declares BankruptcyThe retailer says it plans to close nearly 200 U.S. stores.
Barneys Must Find Buyer Before Oct. 3 To Avoid LiquidationTime is running out for luxury retailer Barneys.
Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program Focuses On Networking, GrowthA special program in New Jersey is like a business boot camp for Hispanic entrepreneurs, using courses and coaching, but most importantly, community building. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Business Boot Camp For Hispanic EntrepreneursCarlos Media, CEO for the Statewide NJ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, joined CBSN New York's Valeria Castro to talk about how the program helps businesses become successful and foster a sense of community to help sustain those businesses.
Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program Focuses On Growth, NetworkingA special program in New Jersey is like a business boot camp for Hispanic entrepreneurs, using courses and coaching, but most importantly, community building. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Brooklyn Pretzel Business The Latest Victim Of National Grid MessCBS2's Marcia Kramer is demanding answers from New York State and National Grid as a Brooklyn business desperately waits for their gas hook ups from the utility.
WeWork Reportedly Looking To Replace CEOWeWork's Co-Founder and CEO Adam Neumann is facing increased pressure to resign.
Jersey City Proposes On-Demand Bus ServiceAs an alternative to struggling NJ TRANSIT, Mayor Steven Fulop says Jersey City is moving ahead with plans to offer a ride-sharing bus service. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports
Uber, Lyft Drivers Stage Slow-Down Protest In NYC Over App ChangesHundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers staged a protest Tuesday morning across the Brooklyn Bridge. They made their way up Manhattan’s East Side, protesting changes in their pay and working conditions. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Purdue Pharma's Bankruptcy Move Draws Criticism Amid Ongoing Opioid EpidemicPurdue Pharma, the company behind the prescription painkiller OxyContin, has filed for bankruptcy. The filing comes days after it reached a settlement with more than 20 states which blame Purdue for fueling the opioid crisis. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Oxycontin Maker Purdue Pharma Declares Bankruptcy After Opioid Crisis SettlementAccording to Purdue Pharma, the bankruptcy is worth $10 billion and will go toward addressing the opioid crisis in New York, New Jersey and elsewhere around the country. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
N.J. Township Cracking Down On Illegal SolicitingRepresentatives of a pest control company riding hoverboards have drawn the ire of residents in one New Jersey town. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports
YouTube Fined $170 Million Over Violating Children's Privacy RightsIn the $170 million settlement, the FTC found Google collected children's data without their parents' consent. Of the total settlement, $34 million will go to New York state for similar violations. CBS2's Chirs Wragge reports.
JUUL CEO Reacts To Concerns Over Vaping, E-CigsThe CEO of leading e-cigarette manufacturer Juul has a message for non-smokers who are thinking of trying out his company's product. CBS2's Alex Denis reports
Johnson & Johnson To Pay In Opioid SuitJohnson & Johnson have been ordered to pay over $500 million in a lawsuit about opioid prescriptions.
MTV VMAs To Boost Newark EconomySean Saadeh, EVP of Entertainment at Newark's Prudential Center, talks with CBSN New York's Valerie Castro about the economic boost that the MTV Video Music Awards will have on New Jersey.
G7 Summit: Trump Wraps Up Economic Meeting In EuropeAt the G7 Economic Summit in France, President Donald Trump said China wants to make a trade deal. CBS2's Nikole Killion reports.

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