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What Makes a City Great?

In New York City, it was twelve years of billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg. When he was sworn into office on January 2, 2002, the budget was $4 billion in the red.

Judge Stops NYC Soda Ban on Eve of Implementation

New York Supreme Court Judge Milton Tingling reversed Mayor Michael Bloomberg's supersize soda ban today, the day before it was scheduled to go into effect.

NYC Considers Plastic Foam Ban

Plastic foam ban
styrofoam coffee cup, photo/CarbonNYC

New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has declared that he intends to ban plastic-foam food packaging for greener options.

NYC Fast Food Workers Strike to Double Pay Rate

Workers at some of franchising's biggest chains, such as McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and Taco Bell, went on strike in New York City on Thursday.

Nigel Travis Bows To Prince Of New York

Dunkin K-Cup on Times Square
Dunkin ad at Times Square

Times Square being the crossroads of New York, it follows that One Times Square is the center of the known universe.

NYC Food Incubators Aid Start-Ups

A growing support system called food incubators is providing commercial kitchen space that rents at an affordable price to budding New York City food businesses.

Officer, I Swear It's Confectioners Sugar

Debauchery is no match for the power of franchising.