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DraftKings Is Well-Positioned in Fight With NY's AG, Lawyer Says

The short-term fantasy sports platform will face off against New York's Attorney General in an hour-long meeting Wednesday.

Daniel Roberts

Taxi Owners, Lenders Sue New York City Over Uber

The lawsuit accuses the city of allowing Uber to violate taxi drivers' privileges and destroy their livelihoods.

Reuters

NY's AG Takes Steps to Shut Down DraftKings, FanDuel

The state's top prosecutor says daily fantasy sports sites are forms of illegal gambling.

Reuters

Meet the Franchisee Who's Bringing New York-Style Pizza to Texas

The food is so good that even his Sicilian mother approves.

Carly Okyle

Uber Is Eating Up Taxi Rides in New York City

But the Big Apple isn't the only area that is undergoing this kind of transportation change.

Nina Zipkin

New York City's Styrofoam Ban Overturned

Restaurants are now once again free to use foam cups and takeaway containers.

Kate Taylor

The Pope's Visit Could Delay New iPhone Deliveries in New York

The arrival of Pope Francis in the Big Apple could put a damper on the other big Apple's iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus launch.

NYC Taxi Industry Takes Aim at Uber With New App

Arro is a new smartphone app that lets users hail and pay for cab rides in the Big Apple, one of the most hotly contested markets for ride hailing.

New York State's Chief Digital Officer Explains the Importance of User Experience

Rachel Haot says innovation is powered by collaboration between the public and private sectors.

Nina Zipkin

The Country's Largest Chick-fil-A Will Open in New York City in October

On Oct. 3, New Yorkers' cravings for the chicken chain will finally be satisfied.

Kate Taylor