Category: Business


Sears, Struggling to Sell Goods, Markets a Valuable Asset: Real Estate

Many former stores are being overhauled for new retailers, but developers are installing high-end apartments, cutting-edge classrooms and even labs at sites around the country.  » mehr lesen

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.  » mehr lesen

Why New York City’s Jobless Rate Is Double the Rest of the Country’s

The city has regained fewer than 6 of every 10 jobs it lost since the pandemic began, while the nation as a whole has regained more than 90 percent of lost jobs....

Charles R. Morris, Iconoclastic Author on Economics, Dies at 82

Resisting ideological labels, experienced in government and banking, he critiqued policymakers’ “good intentions” and the costs of health care and forecast the 2008 financial crisis.  » mehr lesen

California Proposes Raising Fees on Owners of Rooftop Solar Systems

The plan was welcomed by the state’s electric utilities while a solar industry association leader called it a “disaster.”  » mehr lesen

The Labor Department Is Investigating Apple’s Treatment of Employees

A former employee said she had accused Apple of suspending her and then firing her in September in retaliation for reporting workplace health concerns at a Sunnyvale, Calif., office.  » mehr lesen

Masayuki Uemura, 78, Dies; Designed the First Nintendo Console

He developed the Nintendo Entertainment System in the 1980s, which laid the foundation for today’s enormous video game console market and franchises like Super Mario Brothers.  » mehr lesen

Now in Your Inbox: Political Misinformation

One of the most powerful communication tools available to politicians teems with unfounded claims and largely escapes notice.  » mehr lesen

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