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Home health care agencies are rated for quality

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services star ratings are meant to guide patients and families in selecting a home health care service.

Progressive Prison Ministries head takes on leadership of Family ReEntry

Support and counseling for white-collar criminals re-entering the general population is a growing business for Jeff Grant. Founder of Greenwich-based nonprofit Progressive Prison Ministries,...

Dannon mulls move to downtown White Plains

The Dannon Co. Inc. is considering shifting its headquarters to downtown White Plains, a move that would scoop at least 300 employees from the...

Touro opens New York’s first new dental school in 50 years

Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College opened at 19 Skyline Drive in Hawthorne in September, the state’s first new dental school since 1968.

Former Sen. Coburn calls for FDA reform at HealthTech conference

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is hampering innovation in the health care sector, according to former Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn.

Maloney proposes federal bill to block Hudson anchorages

“We intend to kill this proposal," the Democrat representing the mid-Hudson Valley said of the plan to establish 10 new anchorages along a 109-mile stretch of the Hudson.

Wells Fargo scandal presents opportunity for small banks

Small banks tend to cultivate a "natural trust" based on good customer service.

Stylist brings the shop to your doorstep

Taking a page from on-demand services like Uber, Stamford resident Christian Iannucci has created something similar for those who need a trim or a shave.

Trumbull firm’s ultrasound healing device gains traction with athletes

sam Sport is a wearable, bio-regenerative medical device used both to reduce the pain associated with muscle injuries and to accelerate the healing process.

Two Irvington guys bring fitness home with mobile gyms

Sam Langer and Jimmy Bonavita, as they tell it, are two childhood best friends who got the chance to go into business together. Now...

KeyBank promises smooth transition for First Niagara customers, employees

Conversion of First Niagara systems and clients to KeyBank is taking place over the Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 7-11.

Simone Development nearing completion of $35 million Boyce Thompson Center

Construction is nearing completion on the Boyce Thompson Center, the approximately $35 million, 85,000-square-foot mixed-use development in Yonkers by Simone Development Cos. “A building that...

Forum examines costs of government regulations on business

Panelists debated common-sense business tactics versus evidentiary standards.

Ginsburg opens $35 million Hastings-on-Hudson apartment complex

Ginsburg Development Cos. continues to expand its luxury rental offerings with the opening of The Lofts on Saw Mill River, a 66-unit apartment complex on Route 9A in Hastings-on-Hudson.

Muscoot Farm renamed for former County Executive Al DelBello

DelBello pushed to rehabilitate the 777-acre property in Somers and preserve it as a county park with a strong agricultural and educational component.