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"A business is nothing without its workforce," company President and CEO Peter Rolla said. "That's what's important and why we're able to stay here for 45 years and we plan to be here for another 45."
A year into the job, Krislov met with the Business Journal just before the start of the fall semester for a conversation that touched on his drive toward academia, Pace’s upward mobility and his vision for its Pleasantville campus.
The company will let go 35 of its 244 employees at the White Plains office between January and July 2019 as part of a relocation to Nashville.
The announcement comes a month after the organization announced it would team up with Marist College to launch a medical college on the campus of Health Quest's Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie.
The 65 loft-style apartments represent the first residences on Westmoreland Avenue since the city's Common Council voted to rezone the area.
The grant will allow Open Door and its partners to screen patients in six Hudson Valley counties for breast cancer, cervical cancer and colorectal cancer.
The drug is the first FDA-approved treatment for patients with advanced forms of a skin cancer known as cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
A 25-day program sponsored by the Yonkers IDA prepares students for direct entry into paid union apprenticeships in building trades that put each student on the path to become, among other careers, laborers, carpenters and electricians.
Binghamton-based HealthLinkNY announced Sept. 27 that it would team up with Syracuse-based HealtheConnections. The two nonprofits operate health information exchanges that together cover more than 40 percent of the state.
Plans call for a mix of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom options, as well as 22,000 square feet of retail space near Iona College.
Harrison Playhouse Lofts will add 36 luxury apartments around a 1920s-era movie theater that played its last picture more than a decade ago.
Newly branded as the The Mason M.V.S, the 96-unit, three-building development rose on a nearly 3-acre lot on Waverly Avenue near the village's train station.
The center, which opened Sept. 28 and is in the Hancock Center building, features a number of IBM’s cybersecurity technologies.
The designation from Thomas DiNapoli's office places the county among the most financially stressed municipalities in the state.