National Grid, Gov. Cuomo To End Moratorium On Natural Gas Service HookupsGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday an agreement with National Grid to immediately lift the current moratorium on gas service in Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn. For customers who were hurt by the moratorium, National Grid will pay a $36 million penalty.
Luxury Retailer LVMH Buys Tiffany & Co.New York-based Tiffany and Company has been acquired by the world's largest luxury goods chain, LVMH.
WeWork Set To Cut Thousands Of JobsThe office space rental company WeWork is reportedly set to cut at least 4,000 jobs.
Facebook Offices Coming To Hudson YardsThe Hudson Yards development on Manhattan's West Side has a big new tenant.
NJ Demands Uber Pay Back TaxesNew Jersey says Uber needs to hand over $650 million back employment taxes.
Police Searching For Robbers Who Struck Apartment PartyThe alleged crime happened inside an apartment in the Financial District being temporarily rented through a private company. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: Gov. Cuomo Moves To Revoke License Over Pipeline StandoffNew York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo notified National Grid that he plans to revoke their license to supply natural gas to customers in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island unless they end the moratorium that's been in place since May. CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
Nearly 100 Sears, Kmart Stores To Close In FebruaryNearly 100 Sears and Kmart stores are set to close after the holidays, including two in our area.
Future Of Iconic Lenox Terrace In Harlem Up For VoteThe iconic Harlem Terrace apartment complex could completely transform as developers are proposing adding new buildings and much larger retail space - but some residents are fighting hard to stop the change. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
McDonald's CEO Forced OutMcDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook has been forced out after it was revealed he had a relationship with one of his employees.
Smaller Stores Upset By MLB Merchandise Agreement With NikeOfficial Major League Baseball jerseys and jackets are big business and a new agreement puts Nike in charge of it starting next year. But some are crying foul, saying the deal leaves smaller stores out in the cold; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Barneys Sale Likely Means Stores ClosingA bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of Barneys, but the deal likely means the closure of its retail stores.
UPS Hiring Seasonal Workers At Job FairsShipping giant UPS is ramping up hiring for the holiday season with more than 185 job fairs across the nation today.
$92 Million Mall Latest Victim Of National Grid Gas Pipeline StandoffA Nassau County redevelopment is being harmed because it has no access to natural gas, claims Long Island's Economic Development community. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Lyft Offering Free Rides To Job Interviews In 35 CitiesThe program also includes free rides to work for the first three weeks of a new job. The company says it wants to help address transportation problems that affect employment in low-income communities. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Luxury Retailer LVMH Makes Offer To Buy Tiffany & CompanyThe offer values Tiffany at $14.5 billion. Tiffany operates more than 250 stores around the world, including its flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Shoppers Flock To Nordstrom's New NYC Flagship Store In MidtownNordstrom opened the doors on its glitzy new flagship women’s store on Thursday, making a big splash in the New York City retail scene. It comes a year after the retailer opened a men’s store across the street. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
How Will Nordstrom's Flagship Store Fare In NYC?Nordstrom is opening its new flagship store today in NYC. How will it fare in volatile retail industry? Dan Geiger, a senior reporter with Crain's New York Business, joins CBSN New York to explain.
Nordstrom Opening NYC FlagshipNordstrom's flagship store opens its doors to shoppers today in Midtown.
Experts: Expect Potential Traffic Nightmare Once American Dream Mall OpensTravelers in the area should plan ahead, once visitors start heading to New Jersey’s new mega-mall in just a few days. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
WeWork Board To Meet On Emergency FinancingThe board of the troubled start-up WeWork is meeting today to consider emergency financing options.
JPMorgan Chase Seeking To Change Laws On Hiring Of Ex-OffendersMonday, JPMorgan Chase announced plans to not only hire ex-offenders, but lobby to change the laws so other companies would be required to do the same. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
NJ's American Dream Set To Open, Gets Big UpgradeOn Monday, artists were finishing up a mural on the outside as the mall gets ready to open a portion of the entertainment complex later this week, CBS2's Meg Baker reported.
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.

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