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Hybrid companies seen in Westchester’s future

Laurence Gottlieb describes himself as a futurist who sees tremendous growth opportunities for life sciences and health tech in Westchester.

Gottlieb to lead Robert Martin Co.’s effort in life sciences, health...

Laurence Gottlieb, former president and CEO of Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp., will lead the initiative.

Hudson Valley’s craft beverages: An industry in ferment

This year also marks our fifth annual Hudson Valley Beer, Wine, Spirits & Cider Summit. The event, coming up on Oct. 12, features a full schedule of educational panels and networking opportunities for craft beverage entrepreneurs.

‘Brunch bill’ means earlier Sunday booze, easier state licensing

Bottoms up! Changes to the state’s alcohol law passed earlier this month will allow restaurants to serve alcohol earlier on Sundays. The so-called “Brunch Bill” will allow restaurants that...

Column: Cheers to the Hudson Valley’s beverage industry

Business executives and government officials gather to discuss the meteoric rise of alcoholic beverage production in the Hudson Valley.

Column: Beer and wine summit will bring top-level advice

The food and beverage industry is a powerhouse growth industry, creating jobs and significantly enhancing the Hudson Valley’s economic value and vibrancy.

Column: Labor expert offers Hudson Valley job market outlook

Drexel University professor Paul Harrington highlights strengths and concerns in the regional economy.

Column: Economy is New Paltz forum focus

A labor expert will provide an in-depth analysis of labor issues facing the Hudson Valley at a June 24 event.

Gottlieb named head of Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.

Laurence Gottlieb, the director of the Office of Economic Development for Westchester County has been named president and CEO of the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.

Handicapping the new year’s economic race

Laurence P. Gottlieb, director of economic development for Westchester County, weighs in on the upcoming year.

Stamford may lure $3.8B water technology developer

Water technology company Xylem Inc. is reaping the benefits of the ongoing regional competition for company addresses.