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Financial consulting firm Mirador hits 5-year mark, eyes further expansion in...

The company has a branch office in Salt Lake City; a subsidiary, Mirari Wealth Limited, in Dublin, to serve clients with non-U.S. based investments; and is eying a possible physical expansion into Asia.

The Next Big Thing?: Financial services site Crediverso taps an overlooked...

"The content is really important here," said founder Carlos Hernandez.

Suite Talk: Robert G. Russell Jr., president and CEO of Patriot...

"It's funny, I've heard about the demise of brick and mortar probably for close to 30 years," said Russell.

Starting a business: From low budget to ‘Whoa, budget!’

"Tech companies are moving out of California due to the high costs," said LendingTree's Derek Miller.

IBM: Central bank cryptocurrency could be available within five years

Central banks fear the unregulated private sector digital currencies could undermine their monetary sovereignty.

Connecticut’s credit unions soldier on despite challenges

"We are studying how distributed ledger and blockchain may help members’ identities be better protected," said Jill Nowacki of the Credit Union League of Connecticut.

Members Credit Union seeks the underserved in Fairfield County

The Cos Cob-based firm, with nearly $30 million in assets, has been particularly successful at attracting Hispanic customers.

Does socially responsible investing still matter?

While tying investments to personal values isn't as prominent as during the 1980s and 1990s, it has not disappeared.

T5 Data Centers expands to Briarcliff Manor

T5 Data Centers opens first Northeast operations facility in Westchester.

County left in dark on company’s move

Officials said FSC Inc. never discussed its decision to move out of White Plains.

Specialty finance co. moving to Greenwich

FSC Inc., which is administrator of two specialty financial services firms and does business as Fifth Street, is moving its headquarters and 50 employees from White Plains, N.Y., to Greenwich.

Is listening a lost art?

The recent resignation of Goldman Sachs banker Greg Smith begs the question – who's listening?

For bank boards, ‘Red Flags’ a must-read

As community banks feel their way through the new rules of Dodd-Frank, directors keep “Red Flags” on their reading list.

Going global in White Plains

A tax and business advisory services firm connects clients to government incentive programs.

Westchester County business news in brief

Yonkers IDA backs housing project The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency recently smoothed the way for a 77-unit affordable-housing development that would replace blighted apartment buildings...