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Last picture show: iPic Entertainment closing Dobbs Ferry theater

The iPic theater at Rivertowns Square in Dobbs Ferry will be showing its last movie on Sunday, after its parent company, iPic Entertainment Inc.,...

Lord & Taylor files closing notice for Palisades Center store

Lord & Taylor has formally notified New York state that its store at the Palisades Center shopping mall in West Nyack will be closing...

Carquest Auto Parts distribution center in Armonk slated to close

A car parts distribution center at 215 Business Park Drive in Armonk will be closing at the end of the year with the layoffs...

Feds say employee plan paid way too much for Blue Book

Professional Fiduciary Services’s failure to thoroughly analyze the transaction, the complaint states, caused the employee plan to “overpay by tens of millions of dollars above fair market value.”

Patrick Pizzella of New Rochelle named acting U.S. labor secretary

Pizzella was moved up from his position as deputy secretary to become the acting secretary.

CBRE report shows both confidence and softness in 2Q office market

There still is good news to be found within the market even though some numbers are down.

Home Health Services of WJCS to lay off 73 employees

The notice did not specify whether the employees being laid off would all be home health aides or would include various job titles.

AG Letitia James blasts federal plan to kill overtime for 600,000...

James told the Business Journal that more than 600,000 workers in New York state would lose overtime protection under the administration’s plan.

Hudson Valley job numbers up, but not as much as elsewhere

Private educational and health services added the most of any major industry sector during the 12-month period, up by 63,200.

Vinny’s Ale House in Fairfield to pay workers $244K in unpaid...

An investigation by the U.S. Labor Department found the business failed to pay required overtime to its back-of-the-house employees when they worked more than 40 hours a week.

Connecticut’s work-related deaths on the rise

Thirty-three states recorded more work-related deaths than the Nutmeg State in 2015, with Texas leading the way.

Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in ’16, but unemployment now lowest since...

The state has now recovered 70 percent of the 119,100 jobs lost during the 2008-2010 recession -- slowest among the New England states and well below the national average of 182 percent.

Jobs up, unemployment rate down for state in November

The Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk labor market fell by 0.3 percent from October.

Connecticut loses 7,200 jobs in October, but unemployment rate drops

Connecticut needs to add 36,900 jobs to reach an employment expansion.

The WorkPlace receives $5.1 million grant for senior employment program

The seniors program is aimed at unemployed, low-income individuals, aged 55 and older, with otherwise poor employment prospects.