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After its first launch was held up by New York State Supreme Court, the San Francisco-based company is set to hit the streets in the Big Apple starting tonight.
Lyfts New York City launch party became a pre-launch party in a matter of hours as New York States attorney general slammed the breaks on the ridesharing app.
Influential players in the NYC tech community discuss whats driving the startup revolution and how to sustain its growth.
Ridesharing technology companies are becoming fiercely competitive, chasing new territories and slashing their prices.
A technology and design center housed in New Yorks historic Brooklyn Navy Yard is changing what manufacturing in the U.S. will look like for future generations.
Have a Facebook page but don't know what to do with it? Here are some tips from business owners who rely predominately on the social network to fuel their marketing efforts.
A new report highlights specifics and outlines strategies for local governments to follow to improve their strategies targeted towards small businesses.
An Australian company wants to drop sandwiches from the sky in New York City, but the whole concept seems like pie in the sky.
The creator of an extension that will protect you from spoilers and a site that will set up drinking sessions between groups of friends call New York City home.
In 50 years' worth of innovation, much has changed. But in some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
The socially conservative chicken chain is expanding into urban locations in 2014, including New York City.
When a Starbucks lease ends in May, the independently-owned Café Grumpy is slated to move into Grand Central Terminal.
Dairy Queen is taking on the challenge of opening a franchise in the heart of New York City, with plans to open 35 to 50 more restaurants in the area.
Executives at Tumblr, Fueled Collective, and About.com talk about how they get the most out of every square foot in their Big Apple headquarters, where space is at an ultra-premium.
Urban locations present unique challenges: higher taxes, complicated real estate, lifestyle differences. But it's true what they say about big-city success: If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.
Which startup wants to bury your Bitcoin in a subterranean 'vault'? Which global investment giant disses Bitcoin as not a currency at all? Which billionaire called Bitcoin 'just a joke'? Find out here.
Cheap labor in China, Indonesia and India pushed the bulk of mass manufacturing overseas, but the U.S. is emerging competitive in a newer, more sophisticated kind of manufacturing.
Dig into one of these appetizing apps and go get your local food truck grub on.
An interview with Social Media Week founder Toby Daniels.
The agency reportedly obtained the high-tech eyewear through the Google Glass Explorer program. Google says it isnt working on the project with any law enforcement agency.
With space and mentorship, the Hot Bread Kitchen incubator provides a location for food startups to start cooking up a storm.
As of this week, 35 of New York City's subway stations offer Wi-Fi. And in Austin, Texas, commuters are now able to store transit passes and tickets on their smartphones.
Employees at car service Uber ordered -- and then canceled -- over 100 cars from a New York competitor called Gett and then attempted to poach its drivers.
Airbnb is embroiled in a legal battle in New York City, where short-term rental laws forbid its business. In a new video, Airbnb hosts give the city's incoming mayor a unique offer.
Westfield Group will now be the sole owner of retail space at the World Trade Center in New York City. Meanwhile, other foreign investors are snapping up the city's residential properties.