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Westchester’s economy on the rebound, top officials say

Bridget Gibbons, Westchester's Director of Economic Development, said that businesses are optimistic about the future and about starting new projects, and noted that a primary challenge the County is addressing is hiring new workers.

Fed and AARP report: Small firms owned by older...

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and AARP have released a report that shows not all is well among older entrepreneurs as the...

NY Fed chief sees signs of economic weakening

John Williams said that while previous federal government aid packages served to put a lot of money into peoples’ pocketbooks, the expiration of aid programs along with an increase in cases could be a double whammy for 2021.

Ross Pepe: Paving New York state’s path to economic recovery

As New York state reopens, we must invest in our state’s long-term health.

Business Council of Westchester task force makes new recovery recommendations

The Business Council of Westchester has delivered to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Westchester County Executive George Latimer copies of the latest report to...

Mid-Hudson on track to begin reopening today; pro sports training camps,...

The Mid-Hudson Region of New York remains on track to begin the economic reopening process today, according to Gov,. Andrew M. Cuomo who went...

The Business Council of Westchester sets up recovery task force

The Business Council of Westchester is moving forward with an effort to help transition from the COVID-19 economic shutdown to economic recovery. Through its...

Conn. commercial real estate dips in 4Q

Connecticut commercial real estate saw a slight dip in the fourth quarter activity, according to a new study.

‘The recovery could turn out stronger than expected’

Excerpts from Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley’s prepared remarks Oct. 15 at the National Association for Business Economics annual meeting in New York City, addressing reasons for the disappointing economic recovery and tools yet available to policymakers.

August jobs report draws skeptics

Sharp increases in Connecticut’s monthly unemployment rate, which jumped to 9 percent in August from 8.5 percent in July after being below 8 percent as recently as May, have continued to perplex state labor officials and economists.

TD survey sees daylight ahead

Some sectors are looking stronger than others.