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How to prove you’re not hired, fired or forced to retire...

If you are over 40 years old, age discrimination at work may start with teasing comments from co-workers like, “Must be nice to be so close to retirement,” but it’s no joke when you lose a job on the basis of your age, not your ability.

How to write a good buy-sell agreement

A buy-sell agreement, despite the name, is not a mechanism for selling a business. It is a contract among the owners of a business or between the owners and the entity itself, which sets out the rules for handling certain specific, future events — usually an owner’s departure, planned or unplanned.

Thom Kleiner talks workforce development

We’re in a technology-driven economy and in many ways every sector is a tech sector. So, digital skills are in demand. The lower Hudson Valley also has high demand for “middle skills” jobs — those that require education beyond high school but not necessarily a bachelor’s degree.

Jonathan H. Hill: A workable cybersecurity solution for Westchester

The list of attacks on major consumer sites and major businesses continues to grow unabated. 2018 is not even halfway through and we have already learned of major attacks on the likes of travel search site Orbitz.

Lisa Santo: Volatility seems to be market’s only stable element

The market likes nothing more than stability. So where are we at this juncture, where are we going and what is causing all the turmoil?

Pawlooza dog wash fundraiser upcoming

Animal lovers get your dog sponges ready as the 4th annual Doggy Day Pawlooza Dog Wash fundraiser draws near. The event will be held June...

Ossining greenway cited by NY Planning Federation

The New York Planning Federation has honored the village of Ossining with an award for its Sing Sing Kill Greenway. Mayor Victoria Gearity accepted...

UJA-Federation of New York marks 100 years

The UJA-Federation of New York held its Westchester Centennial Celebration at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on March 29. The 100th birthday event...

Builders hear 2017 outlook

Ninety-six members of The Building & Realty Institute of Westchester and The Mid-Hudson Region, also known as the Builders Institute, met at the Crowne...

WEDC receives $5,000 donation

The Women’s Enterprise Development Center Inc. (WEDC) has received a $5,000 donation from the KeyBank Foundation to support programs and services offered through its...

Westchester is ready for its close-up

It may have been fiction when Gloria Swanson playing silent screen star Norma Desmond delivered the classic line “I’m ready for my close-up, Mr....

NYMC professors active outside the classroom

For professors at New York Medical College, there’s more to advancing the art, science and practice of medicine than just classroom teaching. Marie T....

Shemish named to ARC of Rockland post

ARC of Rockland has designated Rachel Shemesh as managing director of residential services. She will oversee the 28 ARC houses and apartments that are...

Hill named to bank’s board

Willard Hill Jr., an attorney with extensive executive leadership experience in financial services, has been elected to serve as a director of PCSB Bank’s...

New chief medical officer at Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) headquartered in Rye Brook has appointed Gwen Nichols as its chief medical officer. LLS is the world’s largest...