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When one restaurant is a bad bet, but dozens spell success

Two years before Downtown Brooklyn's City Point mall was expected to open, but after construction had already begun, the developer decided to rethink the 70,000-square-foot lower level. The plan had... To view the full story, click the title link.

Harassment cases start hitting New York companies

After a well-known chef tried but failed to drag Rachel Waynberg, then a 27-year-old restaurant marketer, into the bathroom at a party, he still bragged to everyone around that he'd had sex with... To view the full story, click the title link.

The tax-plan losers in New York are too many to count

So much attention has been devoted to the Republicans' attempt to restrict or eliminate SALT—the state and local tax deduction—that other provisions of their plan that would also have... To view the full story, click the title link.

Mary Kramer named group publisher of Crain's New York Business and other brands

As Crain Communications, parent company of Crain’s New York Business, continues to expand its national media footprint, longtime company executive Mary Kramer has been named group publisher of... To view the full story, click the title link.

New Yorkers split on Columbus statue at public hearing

The commission appointed by New York's mayor to evaluate statutes and monuments and ensure there are no "symbols of hate" on public property held its first hearing Friday, featuring a mix of citizens... To view the full story, click the title link.

Landlords benefit from subways. Two NYU professors calculated how much that's worth

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to tax millionaires to pay for subway repairs. Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to make motorists cough up via congestion pricing. But another idea that has been pitched is to levy... To view the full story, click the title link.

Kochs' role in Time Inc. bid seen as show of confidence in media

The disclosure that conservative activists Charles and David Koch are behind Meredith Corp.’s latest bid to buy Time Inc. may have sent chills down the spines of liberals. But it may be a good... To view the full story, click the title link.

The Bloomberg-de Blasio boom nears a milestone

Three quarters of a million. As of October, that is the number of jobs added during what should be called the Bloomberg-de Blasio expansion. Seasonally adjusted numbers released Thursday put city... To view the full story, click the title link.

To never grow up—or go out of print

Each Sunday when she was little, Jane O'Connor would open the door to her family's Central Park West apartment for her visiting grandmother and great-aunts. "I would greet them in a tutu that had... To view the full story, click the title link.

Study Confirms Women Are Also Better Than Men at Eating

The CDC says their diets are likelier to include enough fruits and vegetables.

Chef Reem Assil Combines ‘California Hippie’ With Palestinian Cuisine

“The word authenticity is a silly thing, because my food is authentic to me.”

Marcus Samuelsson Is Opening a Neighborhood Hangout in Newark

Expect clam pizza, crab spaghetti, and a classic burger at Marcus B&P.

Carl’s Jr. Will Open Its First New York Location in Midtown Early Next Year

It will be near Madison Square Garden, followed by “more Manhattan locations.”

A Vegan Food Encyclopedia for Curious Omnivores

A guide to the culinary breakthroughs, cult brands, fonts of fat, sandwich fillings, burger simulacra, pizza cheeses, pioneers, and condiments.

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