More than a dozen additional streets across New York City are now closed to traffic to help with outdoor dining;
CBS2 New York News video.
The CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are having a rare turn in the congressional spotlight on Wednesday, with lawmakers posing a critical — and potentially perilous — question for the technology titans: Are you guys too powerful?
CBS New York News video.
A number of New York bars and restaurants took a hit from the state Tuesday amid ongoing crowding and social distancing violations. The New York State Liquor Authority suspended 27 licenses statewide and brought 410 charges against establishments. Governor Andrew Cuomo called the violations “a very high rate of suspension.” “The state is taking action and we said we would take action on our own,” Cuomo said. “We are quite serious about it. This is a very dangerous situation.”
ABC7 New York News video.
Trevor Milton, CEO of Nikola, is confident that his hydrogren-powered automotive startup will become one of the most valuable brands in the world. Milton tells CNN Business how Nikola compares to Elon Musk’s Tesla and his company’s plans for its Badger truck.
CNN Business News video.
Christian McGuigan, President of Media and Talent, Rex Teams, joined Daily Caller White House correspondent Anders Hagstrom to discuss his reasoning behind moving his company from the West coast to Texas.
Daily Caller video.
According to a new report from the Institute for Policy Studies, American billionaires have seen their wealth grow over $600 billion dollars since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Chuck Collins of Institute for Policy Studies joins Yahoo Finance’s The Ticker to discuss.
Yahoo Finance video.