Investors Urging Amazon to Stop Pressuring Workers On Unionization

Investors are reportedly urging Amazon to stop pressuring workers amid the first-ever vote on unionization by the company’s workers.

Tilman Fertitta: New York Restaurants Are Not Going To Last

Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta said on CNBC that at only 25% maximum capacity New York restaurants are going to go out of business.

Stripe Will Pay Employees $20,000 to Relocate

As companies look to save money, thanks to remote workers, Stripe is offering to pay employees $20,000 to relocate.

We Are Never Going To See A Return To The Old New York

Entrepreneur James Altucher says that New York City is dead forever. He says the forced business closures have permanently altered how business is done making it unnecessary for employees to remain in the city.

California AG Comes to Terms With T-Mobile Over Sprint Merger

After a failed attempt to stop the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, the California Attorney General has come to terms with the company and will not pursue an appeal.

NY Attorney General Will Not Appeal T-Mobile Ruling

In more good news for T-Mobile, New York Attorney General Letitia James says she will not appeal the T-Mobile/Sprint merger ruling.

Texas and Nevada Pull Out of Lawsuit to Stop T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

International Business Times is reporting that Texas and Nevada have both pulled out of the lawsuit seeking to stop T-Mobile’s acquisition of Sprint, leaving just 13 states and the District of Columbia still opposing it. That’s a far cry from the…

Amazon Is Reportedly Pulling Its Nazi Imagery From Subway Cars

As earlier reported, Amazon plastered Nazi-esque imagery all over subway cars in New York City to promote its new original series Man in the High Castle. The show, based on a novel by Philip K Dick, tells of an alternate…

Internet Providers Probed Over Broadband Speeds

Are you really getting the internet speed you think you’re getting? Three internet service providers – Verizon, Cablevision, and Time Warner Cable – have received a letter from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asking them to provide any and…

Lyft Pays $300K to Settle New York Lawsuit

Lyft and the New York Attorney General’s office have settled a year-long beef, and Lyft has agreed to pay $300,000 in penalties. The settlement resolves a dispute born in July, 2014, when New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and…