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Once the company’s plan for liquidating is approved, the A.&P. on Riverdale Avenue in the Bronx will shut. And the chain, born just before the Civil War, will vanish from New York.
The classic All Star has been a boon to Nike, which bought Converse in 2003. But as the shoe gets an update, the company is being cautious not to damage its appeal.
The president and chief executive of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, brings a passion for science fiction to his brainstorming.
Problems have been reported with a brand of shrink-wrapped dog bone, but the real problem may be that all bones can represent a hazard to dogs.
A harpist makes it her mission to use the strains of beautiful music to ease the strain of the final days for the dying and their loved ones.
The chief executive of Alexandria Real Estate Equities talks about the value of trying to let employees persuade you when you’re making decisions.
Two technology journalists from The New York Times assess the week’s major news stories from Silicon Valley, including earnings announcements from Facebook and Twitter.
Charity Hospital, which was ruined by Hurricane Katrina, has been replaced with a $1.1 billion hospital, but there are concerns over whether it will continue its history of serving the poor.
The police said they believed Mr. Karpeles had manipulated transaction records on a computer system that Mt. Gox used to swap Bitcoins for dollars.
Rite Aid and Food Lion plan to shield the content on the covers from minors, in response to a campaign by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.
The Pacific Research Platform will allow West Coast universities to connect on a high-speed network tens or hundreds of times faster than is typical now.
Local investors will be allowed to buy shares with existing cash holdings, but not to withdraw money from Greek bank accounts to buy shares.
The bank cut the rate by 0.5 percentage points to 11 percent on Friday, bowing to pressure from businesses to make lending more accessible.
Yahoo has acquired Polyvore, a social shopping site that lets users pick and share clothing ensembles — and purchase all items shown.
The companies are required to be doing business within six months, meaning medical marijuana could be on sale in New York before the end of the year.
The Obama administration decided a response was needed after the Chinese stole data on 20 million Americans from the Office of Personnel Management.
As their attitudes toward the online economy shift, more artists are speaking out for an overhaul of the industry and how they are compensated.