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Artisanal Mayonnaise Shop Satirized on SNL Releases a New, Parody-Inspired Flavor
When comedian Kevin Hart mentioned garlic-truffle mayo in an SNL skit parodying modern Bushwick, Empire Mayonnaise decided to make his Brooklyn dream a reality.
For This Cat Cafe, Crowdfunding With Kickstarter 'Was Never About the Money'
The co-founders of Meow Parlour raised three times as much cash as they set out to raise with a Kickstarter campaign. But that wasn't the best part of their crowdfunding success.
How This 'Shark Tank' Champ Is Building a Bagel Balls Empire
Following a $275,000 investment from Lori Greiner on Shark Tank, Bantam Bagels is taking on wholesale and online, while maintaining its NYC bagel shop.
Starting a Business
A Cafe Where You Can Cuddle With Kittens: How These Entrepreneurs Brought Their Dream to Life
Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand fantasized about opening a cat cafe in New York City. Then, they stopped dreaming and made it happen.
Styrofoam to Be Banned in New York City Beginning July 1
Starting this summer, Styrofoam takeout containers and packing peanuts will no longer be allowed in the city.
Regulation Jiu-Jitsu: How These Two Ladies Made an Illegal Business Legal
Co-founders Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand knew that opening a cat cafe in New York City was going to violate regulations. That didn't stop them.
Payments and collections
NYC Wants Drivers to Pay For Parking Tickets Via Apple Pay, Mobile Apps and Bitcoin
Officials believe a revamped system would ultimately cut down on the losses the city incurs each year from unpaid violations.
Grow Your Business
5 Points of Success Entrepreneurs Can Learn From a Masked Street Artist
New York City-based 'Alec Monopoly' gets paid to paint and has partnered with huge brands and celebrities.
Airbnb Hostess Who Earned $61,000 in 9 Months Now Faces Eviction, Judge Rules
The battle against Airbnb in New York City rages onward.
Amazon Launches 1-Hour Delivery in New York City
The company said it will bring the service to additional cities in 2015.
How This Ex-Subway Conductor Became an Expert in Franchising
After ending his career in the New York City subway system, Tom Scarda became a Maui Wowi franchisee. Now, he helps others find the right franchise for them.
Taxi Wars: Uber Rolls Out Program in NYC That Will Cut Fares By Half
The San Francisco-based transportation juggernaut says that with UberPOOL, riders going the same way can hop in a car together and split the fee.
Google Launches Interactive Games on Times Square's Biggest Billboard Ever
The search giant is the first company in the world to rent out the football field-sized screen -- with a tenure that will last throughout the ever-critical holiday shopping season.
New York City
Built for Business: Midtown Manhattan in the 1920s
A swirl of development, spurred on by Grand Central Terminal's construction, shaped New York City's central business district as a major epicenter of American capitalism.
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