Archive for February 8th, 2019

In a blog post Thursday, the Amazon founder accused the National Enquirer of threatening to blackmail him.

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More than a century after steel and concrete became the standard for building high-rise buildings, the humble tree is making a comeback.

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A vulnerable population living on a fixed income, seniors are increasingly turning to payday loans in an emergency

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The prolonged fight could lead the company to shift 25,000 jobs elsewhere.

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Bill Montana was schmoozing with real estate brokers Thursday at an industry event in New York, talking about the biggest deal in years: Amazon.com Inc.’s decision to build a major campus in Queens.

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On Thursday, a Wells Fargo outage left people without the use of their debit cards. Now, they are frustrated over long customer service wait times.

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The prolonged fight could lead the company to shift 25,000 jobs elsewhere.

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Less than half of the New York City homes offered for sale last spring have found buyers, a new study from StreetEasy shows. And as the market’s peak season approaches again, another wave of inventory is coming.

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Banking customers complained about delayed direct deposits and problems accessing their accounts

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Sources say it wasn't private enough.

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Yep, these jobs are real — and they could be yours.

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<p>Stocks fell Friday as traders continued to worry about ongoing U.S.-China trade negotiations as well as slowing economic growth.</p><p></p>

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Sources say it wasn't private enough.

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As the baby boomer generation continues to age, millions of Americans are due for retirement.

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Since the blockbuster musical “Hamilton,” tourists have been swarming Trinity Church, part of an Episcopal parish in Lower Manhattan that dates to the 17th century.&nbsp;

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