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“The weakest link is always people,” said computer school dean Jonathan Hill. The mistakes we make leave systems vulnerable to hackers.”
Elisa Parto was arrested in 2014 for failure to pay the minimum wage and overtime to cooks, cleaners and cashiers.
The attorney general is funding state land banks with money from settlements with large banks implicated in the housing crisis.
Gains in local government education employment partially offset losses in the private sector.
Paul Spadaccini doubts that the city is willing to pay what he thinks his property is worth.
The Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce says it found evidence of embezzlement, fraud and forgery by CEO Erin Meagher.
Even before a 2014 court order was issued, the DeSilvas and Terminello allegedly concocted a second scheme designed to circumvent the order.
White Plains accountant Joseph Cervone has been charged with obstructing the IRS for allegedly concealing his income and fabricating client tax returns.
The seven-county region was the second strongest labor market in New York behind Long Island’s 4.4 percent unemployment.
A 2012 task force concluded that reforming state courts could save $56 million annually. The courts have asked for a $2.18 billion budget for the next fiscal year.
“We have all the ingredients here,” said Marsha Gordon, president and CEO of BCW. “We see forces coming together for smart growth.”
Marsh & McLennan Cos., the parent corporation of the White Plains subsidiary, acquired 36 companies for $2.1 billion in the previous two years.
Aqua Club, the owner of the beach club, says it would never have agreed to sell the V.I.P. if it had known the real buyer was a California-based ashram.