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Colleen Wilson

Colleen is a graduate of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. She covers energy, transportation and state government for the Westchester County Business Journal.

Holmesian lawyer known for shutting down Ponzi schemes

Using what he calls "financial forensics," Wilson Elser's Thomas Manisero has had a reputable career taking down Ponzi schemers and the like.

Indian Point shutdown energizes economy

Entergy Corp. has hired about 1,000 contractors to assist in the planned maintenance-and-refueling outage for a reactor at Indian Point Energy Center.

Energy company Next Step Living expands to Purchase

A home energy consultant company has opened its first New York office in Purchase.

Bedford group raises $2.5M and is negotiating for theater

The Friends of Bedford Playhouse raises more than $2.5 million before a March 1 deadline to help prevent a local theater from being converted into retail space.

CEO roundtable to feature Co-Communications’ Stacey Cohen

Mount Kisco-based Co-Communications CEO Stacey Cohen will take part in a webinar bringing together experts within the communications sector.

Report: Scammed New Yorkers refunded $13.5 million

The office of Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman reports refunding $13.5 million to scammed consumers throughout the state over a four-year period.

Barbara Walters donates $15M to Sarah Lawrence College

Barbara Walters donates $15 million to her alma mater to go toward the construction of a student center on the Yonkers campus.

Yonkers chosen for state’s $35M cities energy plan

Yonkers is one of five cities in a statewide plan to drastically cut energy consumption.

Andrus names Murphy president and CEO

Bryan Murphy has been with the Yonkers-based social service agency for five years.

Hudson Valley firm taps Scacco as new CEO

Goshen-based Hudson Valley Investment Advisors Inc. has hired Gus Scacco to be its president and CEO.

Marist College to host regional business plan competition

Enrolled college students across the state prepare for the sixth annual New York Business Plan Competition that will take place this spring.

Ossining bank manager pleads guilty to theft from clients

A former manager at an M&T Bank in the village of Ossining pleads guilty to stealing more than $1.3 million total from two clients.

Westchester Land Trust acquires Putnam County land

The piece of land in Putnam Valley is connected to the Peekskill and Cortlandt drinking water supply.