New York unveils landmark antitrust bill that makes it easier to sue tech giants

“For more than 100 years, our antitrust laws have served as critical protection for consumers and small businesses from unchecked corporate power to choke off competition and limit consumer choice. While our state’s antitrust laws remain essential to these protections, we support legislation to strengthen them further to meet the challenges of today’s economy,” said […]

How Ghislaine Maxwell used Prince Andrew’s ‘stamp of approval’ to manipulate New York’s rich and powerful

Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex life secrets WILL be made public as judge rules redacted court docs should be unsealed

New York Comedy Festival Canceled For 2020 Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

“It’s during times like these when we can all use a good laugh,” said  Caroline Hirsch, founder and owner of the New York Comedy Festival and Carolines on Broadway. “But, as they say in comedy, it’s all in the timing.”

The Latest: New York state finds minors working in factory

New York investigators say they have found labor violations involving 12 minors working at a factory run by an upstate religious community and are expanding their probe to other sites affiliated with the group.

How the Brexit vote added hundreds to the cost of a trip to New York: Weak pound hits holidays as families stay at home rather than fork out to go abroad

Helen Saxon, chief product analyst at MoneySavingExpert.com, said: ‘It seems this extra cost is likely to stop some people from going on holiday. A family of four going to New York at this time last year would have got around $1.55 to the pound. But that same family taking the trip this year will only […]

Facebook leases 7.3 lakh sq ft space at Farley Building in New York

NEW YORK: Facebook has leased all the office space at the landmark Farley Building, a 1912 Beaux Arts former post office in Manhattan, in a deal that marks a major expansion of the company’s business operations in the city. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by Facebook Inc and the property’s majority owner, Vornado […]

New York Times’ digital revenue exceeds print for first time ever

Last month, The Times named Meredith Kopit Levien, the newspaper’s chief operating officer, as its next president and chief executive officer. She will succeed Thompson on September 8. Levien said she planned to continue investing in journalism and that she also wanted to add digital games and more non-news products.

The 2020 New York Comedy Festival Is Canceled

The coronavirus has claimed another comedy festival. Today it was announced that the New York Comedy Festival, which was originally slated to take place from November 9-15, will now be “postponed,” according to the press release, until next November due to safety concerns during the pandemic. The NYCF is essentially canceling this year’s event and […]

New York City health commissioner resigns

“I am proud that as a woman of color raised in public housing in this city, I always put public health, racial equity and the well-being of the city I love first,” Barbot wrote. “That ethos continues within the agency and I have every confidence that you will continue to serve every day with dignity, […]

New York Times Digital Revenue Beat Print In Q2 For First Time, Adds 669,000 Net New Digital Subscriptions

Subscription and advertising revenue for digital, respectively $146 million (up 30%) and $39.5 million (down 32%), totaled $185 million. That compares with $147 million in sales from print subscriptions (down 6.7%) and $28 million in print advertising (down a whopping 55%) – for a total of $175 million.