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5 Budding Israeli Startups That Are Hoping to Make It in the Big Apple
Accelerators

5 Budding Israeli Startups That Are Hoping to Make It in the Big Apple

ICONYC, a brand new New York City accelerator, is helping Israeli startups navigate the ever-elusive American market.
Geoff Weiss
The Magic of New York for Startups
New York City

The Magic of New York for Startups

'If I can make it there, I can make it anywhere' proves especially true for people looking to open businesses.
Zach Cutler
An Englishman in New York: 4 Surprising, Alarming Things About Doing Business in the U.S.
International business

An Englishman in New York: 4 Surprising, Alarming Things About Doing Business in the U.S.

From punitive taxes to intrusive Big Apple socializing: This Londoner tells us what he really thinks.
Sami McCabe
10 U.S. Cities With the Longest Commute Times
Commutes

10 U.S. Cities With the Longest Commute Times

Transportation researchers analyzed how long it takes workers in the biggest cities to get to and from work.
Catherine Clifford
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of YouTube's Free Production Facility in NYC
Online Video

A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of YouTube's Free Production Facility in NYC

As competition in the online video industry abounds, the space represents just one facet of an increased investment by YouTube back into its own creator ecosphere.
Geoff Weiss
These 7 Startups Exemplify NYC's Buzzing Startup Scene
New York City

These 7 Startups Exemplify NYC's Buzzing Startup Scene

New York City's association with Wall Street, big banks and hedge funds eclipses the fact it is home to a thriving startup culture.
John Boitnott
Meet Some of the Most Promising New York City Startups
Alleynyc

Meet Some of the Most Promising New York City Startups

Techstars just held its Winter 2015 NYC Demo Day, and the companies presenting were all amazing.
Jason Saltzman
How New York City Got Its First Denny's
You've Arrived

How New York City Got Its First Denny's

Denny's is aiming to be a grand slam in Manhattan.
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Uber Cars Have Overtaken Yellow Taxis in New York City
Uber

Uber Cars Have Overtaken Yellow Taxis in New York City

The embattled ridesharing startup is making a dent in the Big Apple.
Nina Zipkin
How New York City Plans to Assist 5,000 Female Entrepreneurs
Women-business Owners

How New York City Plans to Assist 5,000 Female Entrepreneurs

A new partnership with Citigroup aims to provide free help to aspiring female-business owners.
Uber Competitor Makes Aggressive Push in NYC With $10 Flat Fares
Uber

Uber Competitor Makes Aggressive Push in NYC With $10 Flat Fares

Transportation technology company Gett is doing its best to undercut the San Francisco-based ridesharing giant.
Catherine Clifford
This 15-Year-Old Founder Is Raking in Six Figures With Her Booming Babysitting Business
Young Entrepreneurs

This 15-Year-Old Founder Is Raking in Six Figures With Her Booming Babysitting Business

Nannies by Noa has posted reported revenues of $375,000 after being founded three years ago by Manhattan-born tween Noa Mintz.
Geoff Weiss
Can You Guess the 'Smartest' City in the World?
Smart devices

Can You Guess the 'Smartest' City in the World?

By 'smartest,' we mean most digitally connected and efficient.
Catherine Clifford
This Startup Veteran Is Paying it Forward With a Free Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs
Education

This Startup Veteran Is Paying it Forward With a Free Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs

The two-day course, which is currently accepting applications, will take place in New York City next month.
Geoff Weiss