An NYC-based kitchen supply store was missing out on $400,000 in revenue because it ignored its physical space.
NYC-based kitchen supply store Bowery Kitchen Supplies was running out of cash and in need of a major restart.
Ringing today's opening bell are SIOR President Geoffrey Kasselman and SIOR NYC/Downtown New York President G. Silverstein, at the NYSE; and Social Reality, Inc. CEO Chris Miglino, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers SIOR President Geoffrey Kasselman and SIOR NYC/Downtown New York President G. Silverstein, at the NYSE; and Social Reality, Inc. CEO Chris Miglino, at the Nasdaq.
"Bowery Kitchen Supplies": Howard, the man who created Bowery Kitchen Supplies in NYC, seems to have a bit of a problem with authority. The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis told Howard not to order anything else until they decided what would sell well, but Howard can’t help but order more of the knives that he loves. When Marcus asks about it, Howard blows him off and Marcus can’t help but think Howard is being petty. The Profit premiere episode Tuesdays 10P ET/PT.
CNBC's Robert Frank and Howard Lorber, Douglas Elliman CEO, talks about the slowdown in New York City real estate and why he expects to see a turnaround soon.
The new downtown Manhattan location is much smaller compared to the size of a regular Target store.
Wealthy buyers are pulling back their spending on luxury real estate in the Big Apple, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Mary Ann Tighe, CBRE Tri-State CEO, provides her outlook on New York City real estate.
CNBC went downtown to see how New York City workers felt about Monday night's first presidential debate.