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Ellen Sledge chills for success with her Penny Lick Ice Cream

The entrepreneur graduated from a pushcart at a farmers market to a retail operation.

Synchrony announces $5M grant to help small businesses impacted by pandemic

A $2 million grant is being provided to Local Initiatives Support Corp.

$12M of NYS $100M loan fund designated for Hudson Valley

Details have emerged about the $100 million New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF) that was recently announced by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to help...

Construction sites in Mid-Hudson cleared for staging work ahead of reopening

Even though the Mid-Hudson Region of New York state has not yet met all seven criteria to be cleared to begin the process of...

Norman Grill: The Employee Retention Credit could help your business

If your business has been impacted financially by COVID-19, you may qualify for a new, refundable tax credit called the Employee Retention Credit. It...

Robin Colner: A guide to reboot marketing activities during and after...

Many of us are glued to our computers, phones, digital tablets and televisions during this time of social distancing and the new work-from-home reality. Clients,...

M&T Bank gets ready for the next SBA round

Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives lost little time in the past couple of weeks crafting another coronavirus relief bill, this one...

Anthony J. Simeone: What your banker can do for you during...

As an American, my first concern is how we protect everyone’s health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a banker, I’m additionally concerned...

Houlihan Lawrence 1Q commercial report sees coronavirus impacts

Houlihan Lawrence has prepared its "First Quarter Commercial Real Estate Market Report" for Westchester County and even though the material that was obtained by...

Westport’s AnytownUSA.com reports 6,132% spike in sales of U.S.-made goods

Domestically-produced merchandise designed to combat the spread of COVID-19 have fueled new sales.

Robert G. Brody: CT employers are prohibited from asking prospective employees...

Since Jan. 1, 2019, Connecticut has prohibited employers from asking prospective employees about their past wages or the value of other types of compensation...

Schumer outlines $2 trillion package to help business, economy

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer of New York, who was deeply involved in negotiating the Senate version of the $2 trillion economic package that was...

CT finalizing bridge loan program to aid small businesses; expecting help...

“We’re in much better condition than many of our peer states,” Gov. Ned Lamont said, referring to Connecticut’s $200 million surplus and the $2.5 billion in its rainy day fund. “That can be depleted very quickly depending on the scale of the crisis and what the fed does, but we’re in a relatively good position.”

Latimer discourages unilateral action by de Blasio to shut down NYC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwfq66mg92k&feature=youtu.be Westchester County Executive George Latimer, when asked by the Business Journal for his reaction to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's comments that...

Bank of America reports positive outlook for Hispanic businesses

A whopping 92% of Hispanic business owners say they believe the small business environment will strengthen for their community over the next five years, and 90% have set ambitious goals to advance or grow their business in the new decade.