The oldest Jewish bialy and bagel shop in New York City is being rescued by two Muslim cab drivers â€” and they plan to keep it kosher.
Each floor of this luxury establishment is devoted to a different subject, and the rooms on that floor are equipped with books and works of art dealing with that particular subject.
Food trucks have become a wildly popular and important part of the hospitality industry.
Even native New Yorkers rarely venture to the city’s secluded pizza havens.
Randwiches is a NYC based random sandwich delivery business.
School bans on cell phones are dialing dollars for one savvy entrepreneur.
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A company called Key Me wants to store your house key in the cloud.
A plan to put vending machines – selling energy drinks, snack bars, breath mints, gum and even pain relievers – inside yellow cabs won rave reviews yesterday at a city-sponsored contest for new business ideas.
According to the study published Monday by the Fiscal Policy Institute, immigrants constitute just over one-third of New York City residents.
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