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AG recovers $400K from Covid-19 testers

The funds were for customers of two health care operators, one of which operated through locations in White Plains, that failed to live up to promises of providing results of Covid-19 tests in a timely manner.

Highs and lows: Charting the future of the Mid-Hudson economy

Michael Oates, president and CEO of the nonprofit Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp., is optimistic about the region’s economic recovery from the Covid shutdown,...

Survey: Westchester businesses expect slow recovery

A survey released this morning by The Business Council of Westchester's Economic Recovery Task Force indicates that businesses in the county expect to be...

Mastercard provides data analytics for COVID-19 recovery

Purchase-based Mastercard has launched an initiative to help businesses and governments in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic through the use of data it...

The Great Coverup: Gov. Cuomo orders state residents to wear face...

Fast Facts: The governor issued new rules requiring that all people in public in New York state must wear a mask or mouth/nose covering ...

Jepsen says CL&P should be penalized

Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut Light and Power Co. should be penalized in its recent request for a rate increase to recover storm-related costs from the last two year's five major storms.

‘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.

From the garage to the cloud

A year after Tropical Storm Irene, many small businesses still lack adequate systems to back up and access information.

Fairfield employers add 2,500 jobs

The Fairfield County region added 2,500 jobs in May, according to government estimates.

Growing enough, but not too much

Too much business can be as deadly as too little.