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Starbucks to Begin Testing Delivery in Seattle and New York City This Year
Get ready to order coffee on your phone to be delivered fresh to your home.
Meet Dos Toros, the NYC-Based Burrito Chain That's Not Afraid of Your Chipotle Comparisons
Founded by brothers Leo and Oliver Kremer in 2009, Dos Toros just opened its seventh location in New York City and is on the brink of a ferocious growing spree.
Chick-fil-A Is Finally Coming to New York City This Summer
The Southern chain is set to open the first of 'many' locations in the Big Apple.
Uber Competitor Makes Aggressive Push in NYC With $10 Flat Fares
Transportation technology company Gett is doing its best to undercut the San Francisco-based ridesharing giant.
Etsy Reportedly Eyeing a $300 Million IPO as Soon as This Quarter
The rumored IPO would be one of the largest for a New York-based tech company since 1999.
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.
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.
Airbnb Hostess Who Earned $61,000 in 9 Months Now Faces Eviction, Judge Rules
The battle against Airbnb in New York City rages onward.
New York Regulator Lays Out Tweaks to Bitcoin Rules
The state's banking regulator says it will soften proposed rules for virtual currencies.
Amazon Launches 1-Hour Delivery in New York City
The company said it will bring the service to additional cities in 2015.
New Pitch Program Starting in NYC in January
Techstars, AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur are working together on a bi-monthly pitch night.
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.
Uber, Lyft Find Ally in New York's Attorney General
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.
Eataly Elevates Food Retail, Tastes Success. What's Next?
The New York City store is now a full-fledged tourist attraction, and the rest of the world is in the company's sights.
Is Airbnb 'Great for New York City?' New York's AG Definitely Doesn't Think So.
He released a scathing report, which challenges the company's presentation of itself as a benevolent force for the average New Yorker.