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Most businesses believe worst of pandemic is behind them, survey says

Looking forward, 57% of respondents predicted the U.S. economy would be back to normal in seven or more months.

Gov. Cuomo lays out four phases to reopening NY business

New York state would reopen its businesses and resume a full range of activities in four phases, as outlined today by Gov. Andrew M....

Survey: Most Westchester businesses expect 75%-100% revenue losses

A substantial majority of Westchester businesses responding to a county survey say they are in trouble because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The results of this...

NY State Attorney General James extends debt collection relief

People and businesses named in more than 165,000 debt collection matters that were being pursued by the New York State Office of the Attorney...

Rudikoff named to head Peekskill’s economic office, IDA

Matthew D. Rudikoff, who has been serving as Peekskill's economic development specialist, has been named to lead the city's Office of Economic Development while...

Federal Reserve plans $300B in aid for business, governments

The Federal Reserve this morning announced moves to help the U.S. economy that is being ravaged by the COVID-19 outbreak and the proactive steps...

Westchester schools closed as emergency declared over COVID-19; Latimer sees ‘economic...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwt2mEsZ_II   Standing on the steps of the County Office Building in White Plains, Westchester County Executive George Latimer on Monday afternoon signed papers declaring that...

CBIA survey finds sales and profits up, but pessimism remaining strong

CBIA President Joe Brennan said, "State policymakers must acknowledge these very real concerns."

Connecticut House of Representatives passes state budget bill

The budget will now go to the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Study reports impact of Walkway Over the Hudson on local business

The nonprofit organization Walkway Over the Hudson arranged for the study, which was prepared by Newburgh-based Pattern for Progress with support from Marist College and student researchers.

Westchester businesses in spotlight during State of the County address

“The bottom line is this – we need to attract businesses and keep businesses here in Westchester County to keep our economy thriving," County Executive George Latimer said.

Women’s event focuses on finance, fashion and more

The underlying theme for the event was that being a woman who has achieved success in business does not automatically insulate that person from the everyday issues of women's health, wealth and well-being.

Survey: CT businesses mostly pessimistic about state’s near-term economy

“Unfortunately, business leaders feel not enough lawmakers take the state’s challenges seriously,” said CBIA President and CEO Joe Brennan.

Andi Gray: Working the night shift

You’re smart to pay attention to one of the bigger fixed costs in any business, which is its cost of real estate and equipment. To operate on an extra shift, you’ll have several considerations to factor in.

Michele Braun: A primer on payments for business

Our economy is long past the days when most payments were made in cash or even checks.