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New York State AG Eric Schneiderman spoke out against a rule that would protect traditional car services from the competition of app-based services Uber and Lyft.
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.
The New York City store is now a full-fledged tourist attraction, and the rest of the world is in the company's sights.
New York City residents and professionals seemed to take news of the city's first case of Ebola in stride.
He released a scathing report, which challenges the company's presentation of itself as a benevolent force for the average New Yorker.
The ecommerce powerhouse says will open pop-up kiosks in San Francisco and Sacramento, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
The AOL co-founder has been on a tour of cities between the coasts and will soon invest $500,000 in five startups.
New York is the first U.S. city to receive its own domain name, and more are likely to follow.T
The city initially gave the ad firm its approval to install tracking beacons in old-fashioned phone booths but reversed course when the public was made aware of the project.
The software company's first Manhattan store will be located at 677 Fifth Avenue, a few blocks south blocks from Apple's flagship store.
Entrepreneurs, investors and executives weigh in.
These trailblazing business owners have much to teach their contemporary counterparts about taking risks and acting independently.
Ride-hailing app Gett announces a promotion where every ride in Manhattan is $10 for the rest of 2014. Flat fare. Any time.
Lodging-rental platform AirBnB announced that it is turning over the personal information of 124 New York City hosts at the behest of the attorney general.