The Round-Up: Thursday

After a concrete testing company that has done at least $12 million of work for the city was found to have falsified lab results, the city is debating how much retesting needs to be done. [NY Times]

A year after Papa John’s moved next door to a neighborhood pizzeria in Sunset Park, both restaurants peacefully co-exist. [NY Times]

An MTA study on cleanest subway stations found that at least half the ones surveyed "need more attention." [NY Times]

Wal-Mart announced that July sales at stores that have been open for more than one year rose 3 percent, slightly below expectations. [NY Times]

An Italian company is selling a gold dog bed. [NY Times]

Donald Trump has bought a golf club in Colts Neck, NJ. [NY Post]

Gimme Shelter: A Middle Eastern investor (with an entourage) is rumored to be interested in buying the 115-acre Two Tree Farm in Bridgehampton; Edgar Bronfman Jr. has gone to contract to sell his Amagansett home, listed at $14.7 million. [NY Post]

A new gourmet food store on Coney Island is expected to heat up the competition between kosher markets. [Crain’s]

Authorities raided a cock fight breeding facility in Brooklyn. [NYDN]

A construction worker was injured at the new Yankee Stadium site. [NYDN]

First-time renters leave the Upper East Side for the Financial District. [NY Sun]

A couple who moved to Washington Heights entices other disaffected West Siders to follow. [NY Sun] The Round-Up: Thursday