Business InsiderThe best pizza in NYC is about to open a second location for the first time ever — here's what it's like to eat thereBusiness InsiderOver 50 years ago, in 1965, Italian immigrant Domenico DeMarco opened Di Fara Pizza in the Midwood section of Brooklyn. To this day, it's considered by critics and locals alike to be "the best of the best," as former chef Anthony Bourdain put it back …and more »
To the Editor: In May 2015, under the headline “Why the NYC Medallion is Alive and Well, and Will Survive!”, Matthew Daus wrote that “despite Uber and Lyft’s onslaught of the… To view the full story, click the title link.
Schoolboy Q ends up with the wrong dog. Schoolboy error?
Crain’s New York BusinessBeyond downtown: Brooklyn's economic future lies in far-flung neighborhoodsCrain’s New York BusinessAfter decades of economic development strategies that revolved around Downtown Brooklyn, the borough's business leaders believe its future growth lies in some of its farthest-flung locales—if the right strategic investments are made. With a $100,000 …
To the Editor: The mayor continues to rant about the inequity of the property tax system (“De Blasio slams lawsuit that calls property taxes racially biased”). Yet his pledges to reform it are just… To view the full story, click the title link.
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Business InsiderBrooklyn prepares for the Mayweather—McGregor face off at BarclaysBusiness InsiderConor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. will earn perhaps nine-figure paydays while fight fans will be charged $100 to watch on TV in high def and can't into the arena for anything less than a $500 face value ticket —if they're lucky. But in New York …Mayweather vs. McGregor NYC press conference highlights: Race issues, money in the airBloody ElbowI'm Not Offended Conor Called Me 'Boy'TMZ.comMayweather vs. McGregor: New York Press Conference | Sat., Aug. 26 on SHOWTIME PPVYouTubeall 530 news articles »
After decades of economic development strategies that revolved around Downtown Brooklyn, the borough’s business leaders believe its future growth lies in some of its farthest-flung locales—if the right strategic investments are made. With a $100,000 federal grant secured by the city’s congressional delegation, the Brooklyn Alliance, an arm of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, will formulate a comprehensive development strategy. Chamber President Andrew Hoan said it would develop the road map with the help of …
New York City’s transportation system is among the most extensive in the world, enabling billions of passenger trips every year. But it’s also among the oldest and most overburdened… To view the full story, click the title link.
A whopping 58% of Millennials find their home using their smartphone.
Condo Developers Bet Jersey City Will Be the Next Brooklyn | Fox …Fox BusinessNine years after the last condominium craze faded away in Jersey City, N.J., condos are finally staging a comeback.and more »
In the 19th century, on the site that is now Bryant Park, Elisha Graves Otis stepped out onto a platform in the New York Crystal Palace—the centerpiece of the 1854 World’s Fair—and… To view the full story, click the title link.
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GreenBizA microgrid grows in Brooklyn — is this the future of energy?GreenBizOrsini said he set up in this corner of Brooklyn to show how microgrid and blockchain business plays with many types of consumers. His catchment area includes public housing towers, million-dollar townhouses, a splashy Whole Foods with windmills on its …
While it might be hard to imagine New York City taxi medallions as better performing assets than housing or gold, they enjoyed a virtually uninterrupted upward value trajectory for three-quarters of… To view the full story, click the title link.
Are meetings a waste of time, or believing the myth our way of coping with social anxiety? Let’s bust five myths of the “no meeting” mantra.
Business InsiderNobody wants to buy this $18 million Brooklyn mansion with connections to mobsters and a Russian heiressBusiness InsiderIt looks like Miami, but its soul is pure Brooklyn. In 2013, this "bonkers" estate was the most expensive home in Brooklyn, on sale for $30 million. But just the following year, it got a price chop down to $17 million. Last year, it shed both a …
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New York TimesOut of Fizz, Brooklyn's Senior Seltzer Man Passes the TorchNew York TimesMr. Gomberg is new to Mr. Miller's route, but he's not new to the business, having started Brooklyn Seltzer Boys delivery service five years ago. To his 300 customers, Mr. Gomberg was adding Mr. Miller's 80 customers and his crates of roughly 2,000 …
No sooner had the Queen Mary 2 steamed into New York Harbor on a recent morning than the sweeping views of the Statue of Liberty, Governors Island and Lower Manhattan gave way to a landscape of empty… To view the full story, click the title link.
One in five people will get hacked this year.
Brooklyn Coffee Shop Locks Unicorn Horns With StarbucksFox BusinessAt the End Brooklyn, a tiny coffee shop in the borough's Williamsburg neighborhood, a barista poured an opaque blue liquid into a plastic cup. Continue Reading Below. "We call it unicorn juice," the barista said, before layering on frothy coconut milk …and more »
Insurance giant Aetna is moving its headquarters and 250 employees from Hartford, Conn., to the Meatpacking District. State tax credits of $24 million plus $9.6 million in sales- and property-tax… To view the full story, click the title link.