Lowe's Laying Off Workers, Outsourcing To 3rd PartiesHome improvement giant Lowe's says it is laying off thousands of workers who assemble items like grills and patio furniture and perform maintenance and facility-service jobs, such as janitors. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Stop By The American Dream Job FairThe American Dream mall and entertainment complex at the Meadowlands is hosting a job fair today and tomorrow. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion, Orders Changes On Privacy ProtectionsFederal regulators have fined Facebook $5 billion for privacy violations and are instituting new oversight and restrictions on its business. But they are only holding CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally responsible in a limited fashion. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
WeWork Reportedly Going PublicOffice rental giant WeWork is aiming to go public, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Equifax To Pay $700 Million Over Data BreachConsumers in the Tri-State Area may be receiving money from claims about credit monitoring or identity theft protection as part of the data breach deal with the FTC announced today. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Tens Of Thousands Without Power In BrooklynCon Edison was scrambling to restore power to more than 40,000 residents in Brooklyn and Queens on Sunday. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Barneys Reportedly Considering Bankruptcy FilingA big name in New York fashion may be headed into bankruptcy.
Schumer Calls For Probe Into Grubhub 'Phantom' FeesSen. Chuck Schumer is getting into a food fight with Grubhub, saying he wants the Small Business Administration to investigate complaints from restaurant owners.
Some Manhattan Businesses Make Most Of BlackoutMany Hell's Kitchen businesses lost money during Saturday night's blackout, but a few got proactive and limited their losses. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Hell's Kitchen Business Take A Beating During BlackoutMidtown businesses lost a lot of money during Saturday night's blackout, but some managed to make the most of a difficult situation. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Hundreds Line Up For Carpenter Apprenticeship Lottery In NYCThe line wrapped around the block at the District Council of Carpenters building in Greenwich Village Monday morning where 500 apprentice slots were up for grabs. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Hourly Minimum Wage Going Up To $10 From $8.85 In New JerseyFor seasonal workers and employees at small businesses with six or fewer workers, there is no change in the rate. The hike is part of the Garden State's five-year plan to increase the hourly minimum wage to $15. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Stocks Rally On Wall StreetJune was a very good month on wall street.with the dow gaining more than 7 percent. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Major Changes Coming To InstagramCBSN New York's Alice Gainer talks to Dana Tyler about some of the other changes social media giant Instagram is considering, including how to prevent interference in the 2020 election.
Forbes: Jay-Z Becomes First Billionaire RapperAccording to Forbes Magazine, the rapper, whose real name is Shawn Carter, has a net worth of at least $1 billion. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Norah O'Donnell On Interview With Boeing CEOCBSN New York's Alex Denis sits down with CBS News' Norah O'Donnell following her interview with the CEO of Boeing who is speaking out after two deadly 737 Max airliner crashes.
Historic Opioid Trial Underway In OklahomaThe nation's first state trial against a drug-making company that critics blame for contributing to the nation's opioid crisis opened Tuesday in Oklahoma. CBS2's Maurice Dubois reports
Manhattan Starbucks Shops Accused Of Using Dangerous Pest StripsA group of New York customers and a former vendor accuse Starbucks of using pest-extermination strips in their Manhattan stores, exposing customers and employees to toxic chemicals. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Westchester To Update Laws On Monitoring Suspicious Activity At Pawn ShopsIn Westchester County there is a proposal to modernize how the county monitors possible suspicious activity at pawn shops. CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports.
Crash Families, Schumer Turn Up Heat On NTSB To Enforce Specific Regulations On Limo IndustryVictims’ families joined U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer on Monday at New Hyde Park High School to call on the National Transportation Safety Board to enforce specific regulations on the limo industry. CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reported.
Sen. Schumer Calls For Probe Of Chinese Rail CompanyThe New York democrat says he asked the Commerce Department to conduct a review after CRRC, one of the world's largest train makers, won a design contest for new subway cars.
'Oscars' Of The Beauty Product Industry Announce 2019 WinnersCosmetic Executive Women Beauty Awards name best products and hotting innovations in make-up, tools and more.
TWA Hotel Opens Today At JFK AirportThe new TWA Hotel at John F. Kennedy International Airport opens its doors to the public today. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.