Some business owners are pushing back on the legislation, claiming it could slow the pace of service, reduce profits and jeopardize the safety of employees who are required to handle cash at night. Restaurant owner Michael Ryan said safety concerns motivated him to go cashless at his West Village taqueria Flip Sigi in 2015. … [Read more...] about New York City bans stores from refusing to accept cash
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Historically, New York City has had the largest population of Puerto Ricans outside the island. Currently, there are around 700,000 Puerto Ricans living here. Many more are relocating after natural disasters. Yet upon arriving here, some are struggling to navigate the city’s services. … [Read more...] about Councilman Suggests New Office To Help Puerto Ricans Transition To Life In New York
A 2015 Urban Institute study found that almost 40% of the city's households were "unbanked" or "underbanked" -- meaning they have no bank accounts or use alternative financial services -- increasing their reliance on cash. That percentage is higher outside of Manhattan, where large swathes of the city have few banking services. … [Read more...] about New York on track to ban cashless stores and restaurants
Besides EmbraerX, Uber Elevate is also working with other aircraft manufacturers on similar vehicles, including Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences, a developer of eVTOL concepts; Bell and Karen Aircraft, which have both created modern tilt-rotor aircraft; and Pipistrel Vertical Solutions, a Slovenian developer of all-electric aircraft. … [Read more...] about Is flying the future of Uber?
“It’s one thing to have rats on the tracks, but when it’s other animals that get on the tracks, that’s scary,” said Eric Courtney, 50, who was waiting for a train at the Nevins Street station in Downtown Brooklyn, which in recent months had become home to a pesky raccoon dubbed Chepe. … [Read more...] about All the Dogs, Raccoons, and Turkeys Delaying Your Morning Commute