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Grand Central skyscraper would bring new LIRR connection

Modern dance, film screenings and perhaps knitting classes will enliven the outdoor scene at 175 Park Ave., the cloudbusting skyscraper that’s proposed to replace the widely unloved Grand Hyatt Hotel on East 42nd Street. The fun...

Here’s where to meet New York’s young(ish) crypto millionaires

Young cryptocurrency millionaires — and those who want to learn more about their hot assets — converge weekly in the Big Apple to drink, exchange business cards, and enjoy their collective good fortune at...

Tinder’s owner lowballed app’s value even as revenue surged, founder claims

Barry Diller’s dating-app giant Match Group lowballed the value of Tinder as it negotiated with the hookup app’s founders over their exit packages in 2017, bilking them out of billions of dollars in the...

Macy’s shares surge more than 20 percent on bright holiday outlook

Shares of Macy’s leaped more than 20 percent on Thursday after the retailer raised its financial forecast for the holidays, saying its stores are well stocked with Christmas inventory despite supply-chain kinks that have...

Crypto investors pool money to buy a copy of the Constitution

This should make for a good addition to the “National Treasure” franchise. A massive group of investors are pooling millions of dollars of cryptocurrency in an effort to buy a rare, first-edition copy of the...

NYC’s Four Seasons Hotel poised for spring reopening, but spat over fees looms

New York’s Four Seasons Hotel is angling to reawaken from a two-year, COVID-driven slumber this spring — even as its management company and the building’s owner squabble over fees. The head of the union representing...