Amazon Prime reaching 142 million members in U.S., crypto startup is offering 8.6% interest on savings accounts, cruise line to require all passengers be fully vaccinated, designer reveals jaw-dropping New York skyscraper and countries without coronavirus in 2021?
If you have a Mastercard credit or debit card, you can save up to $100 on attractions, cultural experiences, dining, hotels, museums, shopping, tours and more.
“There will be no quarantine list. There will be no metrics,” NY Gov. Cuomo said. The new policy is not getting rid of the 14-day quarantine, but it is a test-out option for those who want to shorten their quarantine time.
American Airlines and JetBlue launching a “strategic partnership” in Boston and the New York City area, 13 haunted hotels that you can visit for Halloween, Delta has added 460 people to no-fly list for refusing to comply with mask requirement, refunds possible for poor NYC subway service and some good news for Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available, it will be covered by Medicaid and Medicare.
Secret documents that reveal how the giants of Western banking move trillions in suspicious transactions, incredible Amex Platinum flight discounts, France imposes restrictions after record cases, what happens when an airline send refund to closed account, and NYC Ferry faces cash crunch.
California, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada and Ohio, as well as the Northern Mariana Islands, have been removed from the Empire State’s list of quarantine states, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.
The newly-added states are Alaska, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Virginia and Washington.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo held a daily coronavirus briefing this week at the newly unveiled Arrivals and Departures Hall at Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport. The sparkling terminal on Wednesday seems nothing like the LaGuardia airport we are all used to.
Hertz paid top executives $16M in bonuses ahead of bankruptcy // Walmart enters resale market with ThredUP partnership // 2/3 of laid-off workers may be receiving more in unemployment than they did from their jobs // NYC passes bill to limit delivery app fees // American Schedules 777-300ER On Surprising Route
Uber has reportedly offered to buy GrubHub // $2,000 Monthly Payments To Over 90% Of Americans? // AMC’s stock soars after report Amazon held merger talks // NYC drive-in theater attracting big crowds thanks to coronavirus // Hyatt Hotels to Terminate 1,300 Employees June 1 to Cut Costs
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City’s subway system will temporarily close for four hours overnight as the city and state combat the coronavirus crisis.
Small business loans above $2 million getting full audit, Argentina bans all air travel until September, NYC deaths reach 6 times the normal rate, Alaska Airlines donates one million meals, 6 new coronavirus symptoms from CDC and a reporter wears a suit coat and no pants, not realizing everyone could see his legs.
A new platform called Spread is aiming to offer a more affordable option for restaurants to reach customers. This should result in cheaper meals for customers, and less fees for restaurants.
Burying coronavirus victims in parks, homemade face masks, food going to waste amid coronavirus crisis, luxurious underground bunkers and packed tourist sites in China.
Hospitals threatening to fire workers for speaking out about shortages, Miami balcony parties, Vermont closes all hotels, vacation rentals and campgrounds, US Open stadium complex in Queens to be turned into hospital, Amazon fires warehouse worker who led warehouse walkout and crowds watch US Navy hospital ship arrive in NYC.
New York reported almost 7,000 new cases of the virus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to nearly 66,500, and causing 1,200 deaths. Most of the cases are in New York City, where 36,221 people have tested positive, the city says.
Stimulus checks that are coming within 3 weeks, Amazon suspending accounts over price gouging, Netflix lets you watch movies with friends during isolation, a bodega delivery app in NYC and how coronavirus has crippled the mafia.
StubHub refusing cash refunds, TSA numbers show 90% drop in passengers, some Wuhan residents testing positive after recovering, potlucks and speakeasies amid coronavirus outbreak and heroin prices going up.