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Sunset Park »

The company will downsize its space in Industry City and lay off multiple workers, a spokesman said.

Fort Greene »

The union representing Sweet'N Low workers reached a $7 million agreement with Cumberland Packing.

Prospect Heights »

More than 1,200 petitioners have added their names to an online campaign for the now-defunct department

Prospect Heights »

The institution's longtime science department was eliminated and four staffers cut amidst improvements.

New York City »

2,500 teaching jobs are on the line, Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned.

New York City »

New Yorkers will be forced to pay more for parking and school lunches under the latest budget plan.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented his preliminary plan for the 2013 fiscal year on Thursday.

Manhattan »

The Independent Budget Office says the city's latest budget projections may be too pessimistic.

Manhattan »

Scores of guides with the city's largest sightseeing company are facing layoffs on Jan. 1. 

Downtown »

Leticia Remauro, former vice president at the BPCA, attended a community meeting Dec. 6, 2011.

Manhattan »

Gray Line tour guides' union says the company plans to replace them with a recording to cut costs.

Midtown & Theater District »

Restaurant owners and season ticket-holders protested the NBA lockout this week.

Manhattan »

The city's latest budget revision includes 250 additional layoffs by the end of June, as the city continues to tighten its fiscal belt.

Manhattan »

City Council members said Tuesday that the largest round of layoffs since the mayor took office could have been prevented.

Manhattan »

Hundreds of Parks Department workers avoided layoffs this week, opting instead for a voluntary attrition program that would have them work 6 months out of the year.