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Bob Rozycki

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Managing Editor/Digital Westchester County Business Journal, Fairfield County Business Journal, WAG magazine

AVR Realty expanding its riverside community in Dutchess County

AVR Realty Co. of Yonkers is looking to expand its community that it created along the banks of the Hudson River in the form of Overlook Pointe, part of The Waterfront at Fishkill development of condos and townhomes.

ON Semiconductor to buy East Fishkill chipmaking plant for $430M

ON Semiconductor has committed to invest more than $720 million over 10 years in the East Fishkill facility.

Holtec International to buy Indian Point post-shutdown for decommissioning

Entergy spokesman Jerry Nappi said, “We are not disclosing the purchase price, as it is business-sensitive info at this time.”

National employment up 183,000, small business 12,000, ADP and Moody’s report

The January total of jobs added was revised up from 213,000 to 300,000.

Richard Baker’s Hudson’s Bay Co. considering shutting 20 Saks Off 5th...

There are stores in White Plains on Tarrytown Road, in Harriman at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and the Stamford Town Center.

INRIX report finds traffic backups cost each American 97 hours a...

U.S. commuters lost an average of 97 hours a year due to traffic congestion, costing them nearly $87 billion in 2018, an average of $1,348 per driver.

Chipotle Mexican Grill targets dieters with ‘lifestyle’ bowls

Chipotle Mexican Grill this morning launched an offering of “Lifestyle Bowls” aimed at those on paleo, keto, Whole30 and protein diets.

Charter/Spectrum to pay record $174.2M fine for consumer fraud

As a result of a deal negotiated with New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood, the internet service provider will pay $62.5 million to about 700,000 active subscribers in the state.

Rockland investment adviser pleads guilty in $11M fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission then in turn charged Hector May and his daughter, Vania Bell, with running a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.

Verizon worker buyouts, impairment charge to cost more than $6 billion

A day after announcing that 10,400 management employees have accepted its buyout offer, Verizon said it expects to record a noncash goodwill impairment charge of approximately $4.6 billion.

Soren Schroder to step down as CEO of Bunge Ltd.

According to Bunge, Schroder has “focused on creating a simpler, more efficient organization, establishing a series of global partnerships, building a first-class team and increasing Bunge's focus on customers.”

Green Ossining names 12 businesses to new partnership

Partnership members are committed to reducing energy usage, eliminating or cutting back on single-use materials, and relying on organic or locally sourced ingredients.

Marriott data breach exposes personal info for a half-billion Starwood hotel...

It was during its investigation that the Bethesda-based company found that there had been “unauthorized access to the Starwood network since 2014.”

Amazon posts record-breaking holiday shopping weekend

From Thanksgiving to Monday, Amazon.com customers ordered more than 180 million items.

Oren Cahlon to oversee Memorial Sloan Kettering regional health network

Cahlon, who will retain his role as vice chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology, will help oversee the network’s outpatient clinical programs at sites in New York and New Jersey.