The court-appointed lawyer responsible for recovering more than a billion dollars for former customers of the commodities broker MF Global said Thursday he may go after the personal assets of company executives.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn conceded Thursday that she could not fashion language for a bill to raise the wages of workers on city-subsidized projects that would satisfy both a prominent business group and labor leaders.
Thousands of gay and lesbian couples have wed since New York made same-sex marriage legal last summer. But for these newlyweds, the not-so-fun part has now come: filing taxes just became a lot more arduous.
Information and media companies leased more square feet of office space in Manhattan last quarter than financial service firms, according to new figures.
Little time remains for state and city workers to sign up for a more generous retirement plan. Earlier this month, Governor Andrew Cuomo approved a new class of pensions which goes into effect April 1.
A budget watchdog group says New York City will experience robust job growth over the next four years, but that won't do so much for the city's fiscal situation. That's because of continuing weakness in the financial services industry.
Hours after it was voted down in the House of Representatives, Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave his vocal support to a deficit reduction plan Thursday as the solution to stabilize the economy.
Four former employees of the now-defunct broker firm MF Global will appear Wednesday before a House committee which is seeking answers about the eighth-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. The firm was led by former New Jersey Governor and Senator Jon Corzine.
Less than a week after the trade announcement was made, Tim Tebow Jets merchandise hit area stores.
New Jersey's unemployment rate in February was unchanged from the month before at 9 percent, according to data released Thursday.
This week the car-maker Volvo signed Lin as a spokesman, and Coca-Cola now plans to use Lin’s popularity to connect with consumers in China.
The city announced Tuesday it hopes to top the former Fresh Kills landfill site on Staten Island with power-generating windmills or solar panels.
Private plow drivers and hardware stores selling salt and shovels have taken their licks this season. But the second-mildest winter in New York City history, which ended Tuesday, has been a boon to some businesses.
With just days left to apply to lease or buy a century-old landmarked building that's considered one of the city's most desirable properties, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. said he has been disappointed by some of the applicants.
A new web streaming service offers New Yorkers something previously unavailable: live TV on their mobile phones and tablet computers. By the time it had launched, on Wednesday, the service had already won fans and made enemies.
New York is the most competitive city in the world, according to a new index published by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave few details about his recent private meal with President Barack Obama at the White House.
The mild weather this winter is helping the city's coffers. The Bloomberg administration estimates it has saved $11 million that would have gone to winter weather clean-up such as snow plowing, salt and overtime pay.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was elected president of Russia on Sunday, but Northeast-area Russians preferred another man for the job: Mikhail Prokhorov.
It's long been axiomatic that a slice of pizza costs about the same price as a single ride on the subway. But here's a new economic parallel for New York City: the most expensive apartments changing hands in the city last year fetched about as much money as masterworks by Andy Warhol and Gustav Klimt.