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Wikileaks: Outgoing Xerox CEO was considered as Clinton running mate

Others reportedly considered for the slot included Bill Gates, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Huntington out as CNR president amid financial investigation

The College of New Rochelle board of trustees said the board accepted her resignation after being advised that the college had accrued “significant unmet financial obligations.”

Stamford Innovation Center facing eviction

An inability to pay $16,000 monthly rent bills could spell the end for the popular business accelerator.

Million Air breaks ground at Westchester County Airport

The company will invest $70 million in new infrastructure at the airport, including a new 20,000-square-foot terminal, expanded 50,000-square-foot hangar and ramp facility upgrades.

Cintas breaks ground on 60,000-square-foot Yonkers facility

Cintas Corp. broke ground on Thursday on a 62,445-square-foot service facility at 325 Corporate Blvd. South in Yonkers.

Stratford woman gives new bakers a sweet deal with Lovely Cakes

Knowing firsthand the struggles of culinary entrepreneurship, Norwalk resident Renata Papadopoulos set out to open not just a commercial kitchen of her own, but also a resource for budding bakeries.

Brownfields fewer as Fairfield cleans up for redevelopment

In addition to being ecologically sound, turning long vacated property into something attractive -- and taxable -- is key to most cities' efforts.

Business travelers grin — or at least bear it — when...

There are plenty of options outside of the county -- but none are particularly convenient.

Winners announced at CFO of the Year

Five winners were announced at CFO of the Year Westchester County on Oct. 5. The Westchester County Business Journal and sponsor RSM recognized the...

Mercedes’ demands drive Goldens Bridge dealer to federal court

The dispute goes to the heart of who controls an automobile dealership.

Koi leverages its coworking space for special events

You have a project that needs to be completed ASAP. But there are too many distractions at work. The phone. Email. Micromanaging boss. Staffers at your...

Four Westchester cities announce $750 million plan for gigabit broadband

The mayors of Yonkers, Mount Vernon, White Plains and New Rochelle say gigabit broadband internet is fast enough to spur new business and innovation in education, health care, government and other industries.

Design firm helps newly single dads’ houses feel like home

Targeted toward men who are going through a separation or divorce, SimplyHome2 is a lifestyle and design company that coordinates the logistics of settling into a new home.

Sarah Lawrence students reach out with arts at Wartburg

Sarah Lawrence students use theater outreach to help Wartburg senior residents express their creativity.

Healing Hounds bring joy to patients and nursing home residents

Visits by pooches of all shapes and sizes benefit patients, guests and staff alike.