CBS stations President Peter Dunn and Senior Vice President of News David Friend have both been placed on administrative leave pending the results of a third-party investigation of allegations raised in a recent Los Angeles Times report. Former employees allege the two execuitives' management was racist and sexist.
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2 CBS Executives Placed On Administrative Leave After Allegations Against ThemCBS stations President Peter Dunn and Senior Vice President of News David Friend have both been placed on administrative leave pending the results of a third-party investigation of allegations raised in a recent Los Angeles Times report. Former employees allege the two execuitives' management was racist and sexist.
NYC Restaurant Week Begins Amid Local Business FearsCBS2's Nick Caloway visited several eateries in the city to find out what expectations are for the annual event.
Push To Save Birdland Jazz ClubAn effort is underway to save the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in Midtown.
Take-Out, Delivery The Plan For NYC Restaurant WeekLocal business owners are hopeful the public will be enthusiastic about the annual event, despite the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Are You Ready For NYC Restaurant Week To-Go?CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has more on an annual tradition that will look very different this year.
NYC Businesses Get Creative To Stay AfloatBusinesses across New York City are getting creative to stay afloat, offering new and different experiences for customers; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Long Island Coffee Shop Starts Pay-It-Forward InitiativeAn initiative on Long Island is gaining attention. Customers are paying it forward, and it all begins with a post-it note; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
NYC LGBTQ Business Owners Now Get Specific Minority DesignationsNew York City LGBTQ business owners are getting some help when it comes to competing for lucrative city contracts. The city is giving them specific minority designations; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Report Finds Lack Of Diversity In Beauty Companies' Social Media Ad CampaignsThe coronavirus pandemic has forced many beauty companies to think differently when it comes to marketing their products, but a new report finds ad campaigns on social media lack diversity; Elise Preston reports for CBS2.
After Spending Time In Jail, 3 Friends Unite To Form Food Delivery BusinessThe men are out to prove that they will not be defined by their respective pasts. CBS2's Nick Caloway has the story from Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Rocky COVID Vaccine Rollout Prompts Gov. Cuomo To Try Appealing To Pfizer DirectlyThe governor is fed up with the federal government, so he's trying to take matters into his own hands. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Consumer Recall: Pepperoni Hot PocketsMore than 700,000 pounds are being recalled over fears of glass and plastic contamination, the USDA says. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Dispute Over $1 An Hour Raise Leads To Hunts Point Market Workers' StrikeThere may be less produce on some supermarket shelves soon. That's because most of the workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx, a major supplier of fruits and vegetables, are now on strike. CBS2's John Dias explains why.
Sen. Schumer: COVID Rescue Plan Will Benefit Tri-State AreaCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the story.
New York City Cutting All Business Ties With Trump Organization Following Capitol RiotThe contracts are for two ice skating rinks at Central Park, the Central Park carousel and the Trump golf links at Ferry Point, a city-owned golf course in the Bronx.
Holdup On Pot Legalization In N.J. Centers On Dispute Over Minors' Possession PenaltiesEleven days into the new year, Gov. Phil Murphy has yet to be able to sign legislation officially legalizing adult use marijuana and decriminalizing it. As CBS2's Meg Baker reports, the holdup seems to be with what is being called a "cleanup bill."
Website Selling Anti-Semitic Apparel Traced To NYCOne man at the U.S. Capitol riot last week was spotted wearing a sweatshirt sold on teehands.com, and now thousands of people are asking the website be shut down. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Bodega Owners Call On Gov. Cuomo To Get Them VaccineThey say their workers are often subjected to customers that refuse to wear masks and thus should be treated as essential workers. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Gov. Phil Murphy Signs New Jersey Economic Recovery Act Into LawNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy took steps to help small businesses recover from the pandemic Thursday, signing the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act into law; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Macy's Announces Store ClosuresMacy's says dozens of stores are closing this spring, including two in New York State.
Long Island Friends Come Up With Unique Way To Help Struggling BusinessesThe men are now creating social media ads free of charge. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Westchester Releases Recommendations For Power Companies To Improve Storm ResponseWestchester County has a few ideas about how utilities can improve power restoration after bad weather. In fact, it has 42 of them, outlined in a tough new report after the tropical storm in August. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
'Dating Sunday' A Big Day For People Looking For Love On AppsCBS2's Dave Carlin has more on the search for a partner in advance of Valentine's Day.
Varieties Of Popular Pet Food For Dogs And Cats RecalledThe FDA is warning that a toxic mold may be present in some Sportmix Pet Food products. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.