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  1. Comptroller Scott Stringer attends the Queens District Attorney election night in the Queens boroug

    New York City comptroller tells companies 'to walk the walk' on racial equality

    Companies voicing support for racial equality should back up their talk by releasing their workforce diversity data, New York City Comptroller ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Broadway closed due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Manhattan, New Yo

    Broadway theaters to remain closed through early January 2021

    Broadway theaters will remain closed through Jan. 3, 2021, industry group the Broadway League said on Monday, extending their coronavirus-related ...
  3. Workers put up a flower display at Saks 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City

    From Nordstrom to Saks, retailers reopen in NYC with challenges ahead

    Upscale retailers including Nordstrom Inc , privately-owned Saks Fifth Avenue and jeweler Tiffany & Co , reopened their large New York City ...
  4. The logo of Dow Jones Industrial Average stock market index listed company JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is

    JPMorgan says two employees at NYC headquarters contract coronavirus

    JPMorgan Chase and Co said on Friday two employees at its headquarters in New York City have contracted the coronavirus.
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    Are US boutique fitness classes meant for the elite? | Video

    The business of boutique fitness is booming in the United States … with studios seeing a spike in membership of more than 120 per cent over a ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Democratic presidential candidate, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, speaks befo

    US candidate Bloomberg spent US$200 million of own wealth on presidential bid in 2019

    Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg contributed more than US$200 million of his own money to his bid for the Democratic presidential ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A marijuana leaf is displayed at Canna Pi medical marijuana dispensary in Seattle

    Cannabis use rising faster among depressed Americans

    Regular cannabis use has risen more quickly among people with depression, and they're less likely to perceive it as risky, compared with people ...