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Old Homestead takes outdoor dining to a whole other level

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It remained open through two World Wars, the Spanish Flu, the Great Depression and Superstorm Sandy, but the Covid-19 pandemic proved too much for the Old Homestead Steakhouse to swallow. It shut its doors March 12 and has remained closed since.

That’s about to change.

The 152-year-old restaurant on the corner of 14th Street and 9th Avenue—just about as traditional as they come—is about to reinvent itself by moving outside. On August 6, co-owners and brothers Marc and Greg Sherry will re-open, adding entertainment and altruism to its menu.


“Over the last two months Marc and I have been working on a template on how we open, what do we give back to the people, and how do we do it in an intelligent and safe manner,” explained Greg Sherry...

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For city's runners, virtual racing is taking off

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For New York City’s legion of runners, the mass starts might be gone, but not the races.

With all in-person events cancelled for the foreseeable future, virtual racing is booming. Organizers big and small, piggybacking on the upswing in running as a way to cope with the stresses of lockdown, have seen participation soar. The New York City Marathon, one of the biggest road races in the world, canceled its 50th anniversary edition because of Covid-19. It now expects record numbers to sign up for its virtual event.

Of course, like just about everything else in what was once the epicenter of the pandemic, things look and feel a little different. No crowds, no tables of water or Gatorade, and in many cases, no official routes.

 


That hasn’t stopped runners like John O’Neill.

On a re...

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درآمد کاهش یافت و در ماه ژوئن به عنوان یک محرک افزایش پژمرده

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ایالات متحده درآمد کاهش بیش از انتظار می رود در ماه ژوئن به عنوان عوارض از دولت را یک بار محرک چک از بین می رود هر چند افزایش بیکاری-بیمه پرداخت و با اشاره به اهمیت انقضای فدرال امداد.

درآمد شخصی کاهش یافته است 1.1% از ماه قبل یک وزارت بازرگانی نیز گزارش داد که جمعه است. متوسط برآورد در یک نظرسنجی بلومبرگ از اقتصاددانان به نام برای با 0.6% کاهش است. هزینه های مصرف کننده افزایش 5.6% در ماه ژوئن پس از پریدن از روی رکورد یک ماه قبل است.

در حالی که درآمد کاهش منعکس ...

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Dunkin’ انتظار به حدود 800 ایالات متحده مغازه ها در این سال

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Dunkin’ مارک های گروهی گفت: این انتظار به حدود 800 فروشگاه در ایالات متحده آمریکا به طور دائم در این سال و همچنین حدود 350 بین المللی است.

این تعطیلی بخشی از یک “نمونه کارها املاک و مستغلات عقلانی” خواهد شد و عمدتا شامل کم حجم-فروش locations, Dunkin’ گفت. ایالات متحده در محل نمایندگی حدود 8 درصد از Dunkin کل داخلی رستوران و حدود 2 درصد از ایالات متحده سیستم گسترده فروش در سال گذشته است.

این حرکت شامل قبلا اعلام بسته شدن 450 سایت در سریع السیر فروشگاه رفاه.


این شرکت ...

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دولت گسترش coronavirus اجاره امداد برنامه با یک هفته

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نیویورک تلاش برای پرداخت اجاره بها به دلیل همه گیر خواهد شد که یک هفته دیگر به درخواست برای کمک های مالی از دولت است.

دوره نرم افزار برای این بخش از خانه و جامعه را تجدید Covid-19 اجاره امداد ایران به پایان می رسد جولای 30, پس از راه اندازی جولای 16, اما آن را در حال حاضر خواهد شد باز از طریق Aug. 6 آژانس جمعه اعلام کرد. این حرکت در پی یک کمپین از چند مسکن گروه های حمایت از فراخوان دولت برای گسترش این برنامه است.

“قوه مقننه طراحی Covid اجاره برنامه های امداد برای کمک به نیویورک چه کسانی...

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Old Homestead takes outdoor dining to a whole another level

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It remained open through two World Wars, the Spanish Flu, the Great Depression and Superstorm Sandy, but the Covid-19 pandemic proved too much for the Old Homestead Steakhouse to swallow. It shut its doors March 12 and has remained closed since.

That’s about to change.

The 152-year-old restaurant on the corner of 14th Street and 9th Avenue—just about as traditional as they come—is about to reinvent itself by moving outside. On August 6, co-owners and brothers Marc and Greg Sherry will re-open, adding entertainment and altruism to its menu.


“Over the last two months Marc and I have been working on a template on how we open, what do we give back to the people, and how do we do it in an intelligent and safe manner,” explained Greg Sherry...

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Here’s how a lender uses accounting tricks to sweep losses under the rug

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It’s no secret that lenders are facing enormous losses thanks to the pandemic stopping the economy dead in its tracks. What’s interesting is the lengths they’ll go to make the dire problem seemingly disappear.

Exhibit A: Credit Acceptance Corp., which makes car loans to borrowers with poor credit histories. Because a lot of customers can no longer afford to repay their loan, the Michigan-based company has come up with a creative way to avoid a profit-crash: Keep one set of books that follows accounting rules and another that doesn’t.

The year is not nearly over, but we might already have a winner for 2020’s Magical Accounting Thinking award.


Yesterday Credit Acceptance reported that earnings sank in the first half of the year by 96% to $12 million under generally accept...

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Property tax collections grow by 6%, but experts say it’s early

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Property taxes are in, and the numbers aren’t a catastrophe—at least for now. 

In the first three weeks of the new tax year, the city collected 6% more in property tax revenue compared with the same period a year ago, according to an analysis of city data. The number jumped from about $12.1 billion to $12.9 billion.

Property tax revenues for the tax year are projected to increase by 5.5%, said George Sweeting, deputy director of the city’s Independent Budget Office, so the 6% jump isn’t totally out of line unless there is a huge shift in the delinquency rate.


The reason for the jump is because the city raised tax assessments on real estate again this year and did not provide relief to rental owners, according to Joseph Strasburg, president of the Rent Stabilization Associat...

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Old Homestead taking a breath of fresh air

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It remained open through two World Wars, the Spanish Flu, the Great Depression and Superstorm Sandy, but the Covid-19 pandemic proved too much for the Old Homestead steakhouse to swallow. It shut its doors March 12 and has remained closed since.

That’s about to change.

The 152-year-old restaurant on the corner of 14th Street and 9th Avenue — just about as traditional as they come — is about to reinvent itself by moving outside. On August 6, co-owners and brothers Marc and Greg Sherry will re-open, adding entertainment and altruism to its menu.


“Over the last two months Marc and I have been working on a template on how we open, what do we give back to the people, and how do we do it in an intelligent and safe manner,” explained Greg Sherry...

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Change in unemployment brings new stresses for state system

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New Yorks unemployment system might soon face its toughest test yet, months after Gov. Andrew Cuomo acknowledged the technology for processing claims collapsed.

The state has worked to clear a great deal of its claims backlog, observers told Crains, but many New Yorkers are still waiting for their benefits. The $600 extra federal payment that has boosted the weekly unemployment checks of nearly 3 million New Yorkers since March expired today—yanking nearly $1 billion total in income from New York. In its place, Republicans in Congress are supporting a bill that would replace the weekly bonus with one equal to about two-thirds of a workers’ prior wages.

For labor systems already stressed by historic levels of claims across all 50 states, implementing that calculation could ca...

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