Tech Giants Eyeing Expansion In The Big AppleWatch out Silicon Valley, Google may quietly be searching for property in the Big Apple. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Google Looking To Grow In NYC?Amazon might not be the only corporate giant considering expanding in our area. As CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports, Google may also be quietly searching for more property in New York City.
De Blasio, Cuomo At Odds Over Lengths NYC Will Go To Attract Amazon HQA deal to bring Amazon to New York is close, sources close to Governor Andrew Cuomo tell CBS2. On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio revealed what he is and isn't willing to put on the table. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Lowe's Closing Stores In U.S., CanadaLowe's is closing 51 stores in the United States and Canada, including two in Manhattan and one in Orange, Connecticut.
Report: Amazon Narrows HQ2 LocationsAmazon has reportedly narrowed its list of cities for its second headquarters, and New York City is still in the running.
Google Employees Walk Off The Job Worldwide To Protest Treatment Of WomenHundreds walked out in New York for about an hour, and the same thing happened at Google offices across the world. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
More Trouble For MoviePassThe company that runs the discount theater ticket service is being investigated for fraud. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
74% Of Americans Show Up To Work Tired, Study SaysIt comes at a cost of $411 billion a year in lost productivity.
NY Health Care Jobs On The RiseNew York's health care industry is booming with jobs.
Sears Files For Bankruptcy, Will Close 142 StoresA list of worst-performing stores, including Kmart stores, are up to liquidate their inventory and close within two weeks. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Commercial Kitchen Suddenly ClosesA shared commercial kitchen facility in Brooklyn is shutdown, leaving nearly 200 small businesses with no place to prepare their goods. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Sears Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionAfter months of speculation, Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Stocks Lose Ground After Market RoutFears are rising over the impact of President Trump's aggressive trade policy and the repercussions of rate hikes. CBS News' Diane King Hall reports.
Newsweek's Ex-Parent Company Facing ChargesNewsweek's former parent company, IBT, has been indicted on fraud and money laundering charges.
CVS-Aetna Merger ApprovedThe government has approved a $69 billion merger between CVS Health and Aetna.
Sears Hoping To Avoid BankruptcyThe iconic brand has been in business for 125 years, but its now hoping it won't need a liquidation sale. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Concern Grows That Sears Could Declare BankruptcyStocks in Sears Holding Corporation dropped amid fears that the company could declare bankruptcy as early as this week.
Toys R' Us Making A Comeback?Toys R' Us may be staging a comeback.
Lord & Taylor Closing Sale Begins This WeekAfter more than 100 years, Lord & Taylor will close its Fifth Avenue doors for good after the holidays, but it's starting to say goodbye now.
Instagram Gets New CEONew leadership is now in place at Instagram. Adam Mossier has been named CEO of the photo-sharing app.
President Trump Announces "USMCA" Trade DealAn 11th hour deal between the United States and Canada saves the North American Free Trade Agreement, but it now has a new name: The United States Mexico Canada Agreement, or USMCA. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Amazon Opens 4-Star SoHo StoreAmazon is opening its first Amazon 4-Star store Thursday in Downtown Manhattan.
Dunkin' Donuts Dropping 'Donuts'Dunkin' Donuts is officially changing its name - by losing half of it.
Instagram Co-Founders Leaving FacebookThe co-founders of Instagram are leaving the company, adding to the challenges facing parent company Facebook.