The game may be in New Jersey, but a lot of the money it brings will be spent in New York.
The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee projects that the 400,000 visitors expected to flood into the area for Sunday's Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will generate up to $600 million for the ecomony.
Many believe the projection to be inflated, but that's not stopping New...Read more »
The Big Apple's iconic yellow cars took the silver when it comes to top cabs across the world.
A survey released Tuesday by Hotels.com ranked the black taxis in London as the best cabs overall in the world, receiving 22% of votes from 2,683 respondents across 30 countries. New York came in second with 10%.
The researchers said London cabs led among several survey categories, including...Read more »