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New York and California Governors Sign $15 Minimum Wage Laws

'This new economy is not a fair economy for the middle class and the working families of this country,' Andrew Cuomo said.

Reuters

Check Out the 'Macaronut,' the Macaron-Doughnut Mashup

French pastry chef Francois Payard created the dessert hybrid.

Lyanne Alfaro

Former New York Times Pressman Worked Out a Strong Career Change in Mid-Life With Retro Fitness

At 38, Warren De Stefano said goodbye to newspapers and hello to a unique gym franchise, helping disabled military veterans along the way.

Erin Schultz

Researchers Say Airbnb Fudged New York City Listing Data

The company argues that most of its hosts are merely renting out extra space in their homes for some extra cash.

Airbnb Deletes Listing for $200 Igloo Constructed During Winter Storm Jonas

'Unfortunately, your igloo, while very well constructed, has failed to meet our occupancy standards,' the company told the structure's creator.

Geoff Weiss

New York City Dermatologist Who Pioneered Subway Advertising Has Shuttered His Practice

Garish ads starring Dr. Jonathan Zizmor offering acne anecdotes, laser peels and tattoo removal procedures will be no more.

Geoff Weiss

What Businesses in NYC Need to Know About Discrimination Against Transgender Workers

The city recently released updated guidelines on what actions are considered discrimination.

Nina Zipkin

Employees Accidentally Trash $5 Million in Diamonds at Fifth Avenue Jewelry Store

The precious stones then ended up in the hands of a security guard, who then tried to make a buck, police allege.

Geoff Weiss

National Restaurant Association Sues New York City Over Sodium Warnings on Menus

The new rule applies to restaurants with more than 15 locations nationwide and concession stands at some movie theaters and sports stadiums.

Reuters

How My Success Story Is a Tale of Two Cities

From a humble beginning in Sioux Falls to the big time in New York City, I never forgot who I was.