Support is growing for revisions to the New York state tax code including rate cuts, with Democratic Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Republican legislative leaders proposing changes to every major levy in the state.
Gunmakers such as Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. and Sturm Ruger & Co. are boosting firearms sales by building weapons that are more accurate and easier to use, with gun-related U.S. patents at a 35-year high.
The New York Dormitory Authority is borrowing $370 million this week to repay workers’ compensation claims, the first sale under a regulatory overhaul that Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo said will save $1.2 billion.
To preserve competition in the rental car business when No. 2 Hertz wanted to buy No. 4 Dollar Thrifty, U.S. regulators had a fix. Industry veteran Sandy Miller warned them it would blow up. He was right.
T. Rowe Price Group Inc. and more than 100 other Dell Inc. shareholders who control a combined 47.5 million shares spurned the company’s buyout offer to seek a potentially higher payout through the Delaware court system.
The New York State Senate Republican Campaign Committee ended its lawsuit seeking to block a subpoena issued by an anti-corruption commission formed by Governor Andrew Cuomo after the panel narrowed its request.
In New York, 69 percent of the population rents and the remaining 31 percent are homeowners. And in the past year the New York real estate market has seen an 3.4 percent increase in value, with a median sales price of $565,300, according to Zillow.