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Sam Barron

Sam Barron is a former reporter for The Westchester county Business Journal.

Hearing May 6 on source of income legislation

County legislators approved a public hearing to discuss source of income legislation

Marketing on the Web

Kristen Ruby is a publicist that specializes in social media, helping her clients navigate the complicated world of Facebook and Twitter.

New Tappan Zee Bridge a boost to local companies

Tappan Zee Constructors recently hosted two job fairs in Tarrytown and Suffern, attended by more than 600 people

Indian Point evac plans questioned

As Indian Point Energy Center inches toward relicensing, a new government report casts doubt on the plants evacuation plan.

Astorino and Bramson discuss business

Business groups are monitoring the race between County Executive Robert Astorino and New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson to see which candidate has the better business agenda

Bow Tie acquires Clearview Cinemas from Cablevision

Bow Tie Cinemas announced that it is acquired almost all of the Clearview Cinema theaters from Bethpage-based Cablevision Systems Corporation.

MTA fares to increase in 2015

Thomas Prendergast, who was recently nominated to be CEO and Chairman of the MTA announced a fare increase in 2015.

WSP Group consolidates

WSP Group P.L.C., an engineering, design and environmental consulting firm which has an office in Briarcliff Manor, announced that the four groups that comprised its U.S. division are being integrated into one company.

Westchester sues HUD

Westchester is taking its battle with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to court.

New Rochelle mayor gets county Dems’ nod

New Rochelle mayor Noam Bramson is the Democratic nominee for county executive.

Westchester welcomes digital summit

Chris Dessi and John Zanzarella host the Westchester Digital Summit on May 14 at the Westchester County Center

Job numbers hit all-time high

Despite a sluggish economy, the state’s private sector job count reached an all time-high in March

Opposition to Pleasantville development

A citizens group has been formed to oppose an assisted living facility in Pleasantville

State expands program to assist unemployed start businesses

A program aimed at helping the unemployed start their own businesses is being expanded, the governor’s office announced on Tuesday.

IBM acquires UrbanCode, releases first-quarter results

IBM Inc. announced that it had acquired Cleveland-based UrbanCode Inc., a software company, while releasing earnings reports that show a decline in net income and revenue.