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Nadine Barnett Cosby: The future of business is diversity

We live in a diverse world in which our society is composed of multiple races, genders, cultures, religions and so on. Yet, it seems...

Iona College announces nursing program, names Susan Apold director

With the dedication and heroism displayed by nurses and other health care professionals combating COVID-19 still very much in the news, Iona College has...

Hynes Institute opens new home at Iona College

It was founded in 2017 with a $15 million gift from Iona alumni James P. Hynes and his wife, Anne Marie.

Transylvania U. President Seamus Carey to lead Iona College

Carey, a Bronx native, will become the ninth president of Iona, succeeding Joseph E. Nyre.

Business ethics in the age of artificial intelligence and big data

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) – that is, machines that can think and learn – analytics, automation and tracking increasingly will be integrated into just about every aspect of business.

Iona and Pace drive Wrap for a Cause donor campaigns for...

University vans have been wrapped in decals to raise awareness and funds for scholarship programs and support services for military veterans.

William Lamb named dean of Iona College School of Business

Iona College has appointed William B. Lamb, who currently leads a business school in suburban Boston, as dean of its School of Business in...

College must account for itself

With increased costs come questions of value

Legislature approves LDC for nonprofit win

Westchester’s Local Development Corp. formally approved four projects totaling $128 million.

LDC announces projects, business groups give it thumbs up

Westchester’s Local Development Corporation formally approved four projects totaling $128 million.

Beechmont Man wings it to White Plains

The owner of an iconic tavern in New Rochelle opens a second location in White Plains.

2012 job numbers sluggish

The job numbers in 2012 saw only minute growth, with job market analysts blaming the recession, collapse of private sector jobs and Wall Street layoffs for the numbers.

Four’s better than one for these restaurateurs

Former schoolmates in New Rochelle plan a quartet of eateries in downtown White Plains.