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Five Of The New York Mets' Most Random One-Hitters

3 minutes ago   |   Forbes

Johan Santana finally threw the Mets' first no-hitter on June 1, 2012. Before that, the Mets tossed 35 one-hitters-some of the decidedly random variety.
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Photos show how New York is grappling with the coronavirus outbreak as the city rushes to build new hospitals and the state death toll surpasses 1,550

Photos show how New York is grappling with the coronavirus outbreak as the city rushes to build new hospitals and the state death toll surpasses 1,550

4 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

New York has been hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak in the US, causing the streets to feel eerily empty and the hospitals and morgues to be hopelessly overwhelmed. Gov...
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New York Gov. Cuomo says it's 'not likely' recreational marijuana will be legalized in New York's budget this year as the coronavirus outbreak is the focus in Albany

New York Gov. Cuomo says it's 'not likely' recreational marijuana will be legalized in New York's budget this year as the coronavirus outbreak is the focus in Albany

5 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it's "not likely" that adult-use marijuana legalization will be included in New York's 2020 budget. In January, Cuomo said recreational...
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Finances hurting? Watch 'Let's Make a Deal'

5 hours ago   |   Chron   |   4 articles

NEW YORK - Instead of watching their own finances crater, shut-in television viewers tuned in to the game show “Let's Make a Deal” in record numbers last week. TV programs...
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NY legislators consider allowing people to cancel rent payments for 3 months due to coronavirus

5 hours ago   |   CNBC   |   10 articles

CNBC's Robert Frank reports that New York legislators are considering to allow people to cancel three months worth of rent to deal with the blow of the coronavirus.
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New York developer with COVID-19 hopes for major post-pandemic upswing

6 hours ago   |   Inman   |   4 articles

As prominent New York developer Sharif El-Gamal recovers from the coronavirus, he says that agents need to wait out the storm as best they can.
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JetBlue to cut flights in and out of hometown New York by as much as 80%

6 hours ago   |   Reuters   |   10 articles

JetBlue Airways Corp plans to reduce daily flights in and out of the four New York City-area airports where it operates by as much as 80% in April as part of wider schedule...
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The New York State unemployment office typically gets 50,000 calls a week. Last week, it got almost 8 million

The New York State unemployment office typically gets 50,000 calls a week. Last week, it got almost 8 million

6 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   4 articles

The number of people calling about unemployment benefits in New York State has spiked to more than 150 times its usual number, according to the state's budget director. "We...
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Businesses may get COVID-19 relief loans as soon as Friday

6 hours ago   |   Chron   |   4 articles

NEW YORK - Small businesses seeking loans through the government's $2 trillion coronavirus relief package could receive money as soon as Friday. That prediction came Tuesday...
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Oil posts worst quarter ever

6 hours ago   |   Finance Commerce   |   2 articles

Futures in New York edged higher on Tuesday but still ended the quarter down more than 66%.
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The New York State unemployment office typically gets 50,000 calls a week...

The New York State unemployment office typically gets 50,000 calls a week. Last week, it got almost 8 million

The number of people calling about unemployment benefits in New York State has spiked to more than 150 times its usual number, according to the state's budget director. "We... Read more ...

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Xerox is reportedly dropping its $30 billion hostile takeover bid for for HP

Xerox is reportedly dropping its $30 billion hostile takeover bid for for HP

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New York Gov. Cuomo says it's 'not likely' recreational marijuana will be...

New York Gov. Cuomo says it's 'not likely' recreational marijuana will be legalized in New York's budget this year as the coronavirus outbreak is the focus in Albany

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it's "not likely" that adult-use marijuana legalization will be included in New York's 2020 budget. In January, Cuomo said recreational... Read more ...

Amazon delivery drivers share what its like to be on the front lines of the...

Amazon delivery drivers share what its like to be on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, including not having time to wash their hands and uncleaned vans

Amazon delivery drivers are on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis as COVID-19 continues to spread across the US. Drivers told Business Insider they regularly deliver... Read more ...

Tesla's biggest Wall Street bull slashes its price target more than 20% amid...

Tesla's biggest Wall Street bull slashes its price target more than 20% amid the coronavirus market rout

On Tuesday, Joseph Osha of JMP Securities lowered his Tesla price target to $840 from $1,060, a more than 20% cut. He previously held the highest Tesla price target on Wall... Read more ...