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Sham dunk! NY Knicks to charge $3K for new courtside seats

Team owner James Dolan is rolling out a plan for a new section of ultra-premium courtside seats by breaking up the scorer’s table where media and game officials usually sit,...

Daily News union rips owner over work conditions, staff 'quitting in droves'

Alden Capital, the hedge fund that owns the Daily News, has enacted buyouts, cuts and outsourced its printing plant, since taking over last year.

Falling US home prices 'still nowhere near the bottom:' economist

Existing home sales dropped 5.9% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.81 million units in July.

US ‘top destination’ for summer travelers due to ‘dollar-euro parity’: Virtuoso

A report ranked the US as the top destination for luxury and experimental vacations that could have high demand in the coming months.

Elon Musk wants ad tech firms' data in latest Twitter battle

Elon Musk, who is attempting to walk away from his deal to acquire Twitter, is seeking documents from advertising technology firms as part of his quest to gain more information on...

Lineup refresh: Brian Stelter 'taken off guard' by CNN ouster

CNN personality Brian Stelter is leaving the network during an ongoing shakeup at the left-leaning cable news outlet, he confirmed on Thursday.

Ex-WWE boss Vince McMahon paid Trump's charity $4M during head-shaving 'feud': report

Trump's contract included assurances that “under no circumstances" would his head be shaved.

Goldman Sachs CEO sorry for DJing Hamptons party during lockdown

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon apologized to the Wall Street bank’s board for DJing a party in the Hamptons during the height of coronavirus pandemic lockdowns — a violation of...

Google employees demand these changes to company's abortion policies

Over 650 workers at Google owner Alphabet are demanding it offer abortion benefits to contractors, suspend donations to anti-abortion politicians and better protect users from abortion-related disinformation and police requests. The demands were sent this week in...

Jobless claims dip slightly despite signs of slowing economy

Hiring in the United States in 2022 has been remarkably resilient in the face of rising interest rates and weak economic growth.