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Bob Rozycki

Senior Editor - Westchester County Business Journal, Fairfield County Business Journal, HV Biz, WAG

Vassar Brothers Medical Center on schedule for $545M expansion

“Crews are putting up the steel frame of the new, eight-level patient pavilion and are on track for completion of that portion of construction this spring,” said John Nelson, director of Public and Community Affairs.

Norwegian Air pushes Stewart Airport’s numbers upward

“This is a stress-free environment for aviation to grow,” said Ed Harrison, Stewart International Airport's general manager. “And our strategic aviation assets that we have in the New York metropolitan area, Stewart will play an important part in the growth of the region.”

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to fund $3.2M for development of AML...

Under the terms of the agreement, LLS will provide up to $3.25 million funding over four years through its Therapy Acceleration Program in order to help fund SEL120 investigational new drug (IND)-enabling studies.

The good, the bad and the worst states to start a...

The WalletHub study put New Jersey in last place as a state to start a business. Connecticut and New York are also near the bottom with rankings of 44 and 39, respectively.

Best place to start a career? Don’t look to the Northeast,...

The Washington, D.C.-based personal finance website arrived at its findings by comparing the 150 most populated cities in the nation.

Pace University names Marvin Krislov as its eighth president

The 56-year-old Krislov takes over the post on Aug. 1. Friedman, 78, announced a year ago that he would not request reappointment after the conclusion of his current term on June 30, 2017. He served 10 years as president.

Houlihan Lawrence acquired by Warren Buffett affiliate

Houlihan Lawrence, one of the largest and oldest residential real estate firms in Westchester County, has been acquired by HomeServices of America Inc. Last year, Houlihan Lawrence closed $6.7 billion of sales volume.

Vassar Brothers building $500 million patient pavilion in Poughkeepsie

The 696,000-square-foot, seven-level inpatient pavilion that will contain 264 private medical/surgical patient rooms and 30 critical care rooms is projected top open in July 2019.

Journal News fires five staff writers

Five employees at The Journal News in White Plains were let go Tuesday afternoon, including longtime award-winning columnist Phil Reisman.

Koi leverages its coworking space for special events

You have a project that needs to be completed ASAP. But there are too many distractions at work. The phone. Email. Micromanaging boss. Staffers at your...

Muscoot Farm renamed for former County Executive Al DelBello

DelBello pushed to rehabilitate the 777-acre property in Somers and preserve it as a county park with a strong agricultural and educational component.

HealthPrize teams up with Walgreens to get patients to follow prescriptions

Norwalk-based HealthPrize Technologies this morning announced that it has entered into a partnership with Walgreens to offer its HealthPrize Action Engine, which in part helps patients adhere to their prescription regimen.

Rye Brook-based Xylem to buy smart meter company for $1.7 billion

Rye Brook-based Xylem Inc., an international water technology company, announced on Aug. 15 that it has signed an agreement to buy Sensus, a provider of...

Kraft Heinz cuts 129 jobs in Tarrytown

Kraft Heinz Foods to layoff 129 employees at Tarrytown site.

SEC: Edward Jones to pay $20M in muni bond overcharges

Brokerage firm Edward Jones has agreed to settle charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission that it overcharged customers in new municipal bonds sales.