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Earnings Report

Corporate earnings from companies based in Westchester or with operations in the county.

Westcon expands in Europe

Westcon Group in Tarrytown is expanding its European business with the acquisition of German firm Entrada Kommunikations GmbH.

ITT to keep HQ in Westchester

ITT Corp. said it will keep its headquarters in White Plains after it spins off two major businesses.

Signature Bank raises $253M

Signature Bank, the fastest-growing bank in the nation, has just raised $253.2 million from public offering.

Welcoming gay weddings

Local vendors say ‘we do’ expect more revenue

Neighbors Link opens in Stamford

The nonprofit Neighbors Link has opened an immigration center in Stamford.

Funding available for wellness programs

Federal funds are available to employers to promote wellness programs in the workplace.

In Westchester, catering to the graying market

Businesses in Westchester County are recognizing the opportunities of the area’s growing senior market.

Designers build on seniors’ desire to stay in homes

Remodeling companies and designers are looking to capitalize on the senior population’s growing demand to stay in their homes.

Strong demand for assisted-living facilities

Assisted-living facilities in the region are reporting high occupancies and waiting lists.

In Yorktown, a plan to revitalize business

Town looks to lure companies to vacant spaces

MBIA sues to recoup billions

Armonk-based insurance company MBIA is seeking to recoup billions of dollars in insurance claims.

Authors pen guide for lenders

White Plains consultants James Sagner and Herbert Jacobs have just published “Handbook of Corporate Lending: A Guide for Bankers and Financial Managers.”

War vets face tough job market

Young men and woman who serve in the military overcome many challenges while in Iraq and Afghanistan. When they come home, they find a whole different problem: how to find a job.

HomeGoods opens in Port Chester

National chain HomeGoods, which sells home decor and furnishing products at discounted prices, has opened its sixth store in Westchester.