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Business Council gets in the games

The Business Council of Westchester has partnered with an Ardsley sports facility to launch corporate athletic competition.

NYPD brass tops Westchester lineup

New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly will address a Westchester business audience this fall.

Business Council goes 1-on-1 with health insurance advice

Westchester's largest business group will help owners navigate the new state health benefits exchange.

Change is now reality for health care

While many of the details remain in flux, Connecticut’s health insurance exchange remains set to launch Oct. 1, an official recently told Fairfield County business executives.

Packed house for Business Council awards gala

Five earn praise for their jobs and for their work in the community.

Wage hike, labor benefit reforms in Cuomo budget

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposed executive budget includes a minimum wage hike opposed by some business groups and unemployment and workers’ compensation program reforms intended to help both employers and workers.

Small business community committed to growth amid storm recovery

Like many in the region, Westchester’s small business community is trying to remain afloat, if not thrive. Most recently, Hurricane Sandy has made difficult times worse.

Westchester expects disaster aid in hurricane’s wake

Businesses across Westchester County are tolling the physical damage and financial costs of office and store closings, lost work hours and darkened trading floors in the wake of Tropical Storm Sandy.

UConn tempers Stamford expectations

UConn’s president quickly tempered any sky-high expectations for a UConn Stamford expansion.

Business councils offer ACA briefings

Multiple business groups scheduled forums to address the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s health reform ruling.

UConn president: Stamford expansion near

UConn President Susan Herbst said the school is nearing a major expansion for its Stamford campus.

County youths find jobs scarce

Many youths are seeking jobs but not enough companies are offering them through state and county employment programs at the start of this summer. In...

In New York, a wage hike tug-of-war

Support for increasing New York’s minimum wage has grown among business advocacy groups and business owners and executives statewide in the closing weeks of...

Private business a powerful engine for economic growth

Private business as good neighbors, but not global competitors? Not true, says the head of a local business group.

White Plains appeals to county’s young adults

A recent study finds young adults in Westchester have reasons to stay.