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How One Company Convinced Anthony Bourdain To Shill As It Rebrands Scotch

William Grant & Sons would like to work its way into the hearts and liquor cabinets of younger customers. Cheeky bar spoons are included. Anthony Bourdain shills for no brand. Read Full Story

Ex-health commish to tackle 'int'l embarrassment' of U.S. health

As the New York City health commissioner under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Dr. Tom Farley got New Yorkers to smoke less and eat better. Now he's trying to make all America healthier. Dr. Farley,... To view the full story, click the title link.

'Hollow promises' blamed for company's downsizing

Ken Buettner, president of Long Island City-based York Scaffold Equipment Corp., says the infiltration of nonindustrial uses into manufacturing zones is not only precluding businesses like his from... To view the full story, click the title link.

Sick-pay advisory panel may be the city's quietest

On Tuesday, City Hall's paid-sick-leave advisory panel will meet for the first time. The group, composed of business leaders, elected officials and pals of Mayor Bill de Blasio, was created to... To view the full story, click the title link.

The Last Taboo: Will Smith, "Focus," And Hollywood's Interracial Couples Problem

With love interest Margot Robbie, Smith's character embraces a colorblind romance in a mainstream movie. But is it enough? Will Smith has already saved the world. Read Full Story

Once-thriving retailers spiral downward

Selling to the middle-class shopper has rarely been so tough. Last week, Macy's lowered its 2015 earnings forecast, amid sales-growth slowdowns resulting from shopper malaise. The department store... To view the full story, click the title link.

Finish Line gets a leg up in NY with JackRabbit deal

Local retailer JackRabbit Sports was just acquired. The independently owned running shop, which opened a dozen years ago, was bought by Denver-based the Running Specialty Group, an operating segment... To view the full story, click the title link.

Losing DNC bid endears populist mayor to wealthy

He may have lost the bid, but he gained a few friends. Very rich friends. The silver lining of Mayor Bill de Blasio's failed attempt to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention was a closer... To view the full story, click the title link.

These 10 men are worth a total of $178.6B

David Koch is the wealthiest man in New York City. The 74-year-old Koch Industries executive—who has donated at least $1.3 billion to philanthropies including medicine research, arts and... To view the full story, click the title li...

Jed Walentas breaks ground on Domino, finally

Two Trees Management finally breaks ground at the Domino Sugar site this week. To view the full story, click the title link.

Health care fuels construction boom

Trends in health care have been very good to the construction industry for the past few years. The move from inpatient to outpatient settings has meant billions of dollars in projects, from new... To view the full story, click the title link.

Why Nasdaq 5000 ain't a bubble yet

Fifteen years ago, Radiohead released their best album, Kid A. At about the same time, the Nasdaq bubble peaked at a bit more than 5,000, a level it didn’t reach again until Monday. So, is the... To view the full story, click the title link.

B'klyn Bridge repair costs $600M

Brooklyn Bridge repairs are $100 million over budget, and their completion will be delayed for another year. Engineers recently discovered more than 3,000 new structural flaws that need to be... To view the full story, click the title link.

Nasdaq briefly tops 5,000 for first time since 2000

U.S. stocks rose, briefly sending the Nasdaq Composite Index above 5,000 for the first time in 15 years, while Treasuries fell as gains in consumer purchases signaled strength in the biggest part of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Math behind splitting up NYC's largest private employer

In his 10 years as CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Jamie Dimon has built a megabank that spans the country, dominates Wall Street and which last year generated $22 billion in profit—more than... To view the full story, click the title link.

Towers are coming to Astoria, but will jobs?

Walking west on 30th Avenue from Astoria's business district, the bustling restaurants, shops and coffee spots slowly get fewer and farther between until a cluster of industrial buildings covered... To view the full story, click the title link.

Expert: Dairy farmers should be ready to counter criticism - AgMinute for March 2, 2015

Communications professor Robert Gass recently gave dairymen some pointers on countering criticisms of milk production. Click here for the full story

Ikea Releases Furniture That Wirelessly Charges Your Phone

Want a world without wires? Ikea wants to make that dream come true, too. Ikea is adding wireless charging to its furniture, with a new line of lamps, bedside tables, and desks. Read Full Story

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