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Mastercard and Verizon partner on new small business credit card

Cardholder can use reward points for paying their Verizon Business wireless bill.

Study: Nearly two-thirds of small businesses likely to close if inflation...

38% of small businesses facing closure planned to lay off employees to stay afloat,

Trumbull coworking space hosts networking event for small businesses

Tesoro reminded attendees that Microsoft and Amazon started as home-based businesses.

Webster Financial announces $6.5B community development initiative

The initiative includes $2.1 billion in small business lending.

Rockland County unveils grant programs for small businesses and green space...

The programs are financed with American Rescue Plan Act funds.

Yonkers small business community continues to thrive

Located in Yonkers east of the Hudson River, between Getty Square and exit 23A-B off the Henry Hudson Parkway, South Broadway is the home...

How smaller businesses can achieve strong ROI via digital marketing

Schema markup can be considered the language of search engines.

Lamont offers $24B budget, says ‘state is better off than it...

He claimed he was making the biggest infrastructure investments since the Eisenhower years.

New NY budget totals $216.3B; offers aid for some businesses

The New York State Executive Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 was unveiled today by Gov. Kathy Hochul and Budget Director Robert Mujica Jr., and totals $216.3 billion, an increase of $3.4 billion from the current estimate of what will be spent in FY 2022.

Lamont asks bond commission for $124M in small business programs

$10 million is sought for remediating Bridgeport’s Remington Arms Facility.

Survey: Small retail businesses fear layoffs and closures from weak holiday...

One in five retailers said their Black Friday weekend sales fell short of expectations.

Survey finds most small business owners support Biden’s vaccine mandate

Despite 60% of respondents supporting the concept of having their customers provide proof of vaccination, only 10% actually require it.

Joshua’s Restaurant for sale after almost 50 years in Woodstock

Joshua's Restaurant is owned by Stefanie Schachter, who took over after her father, Joshua, in 1992 — 20 years after the restaurant first opened.

Credit unions OKed to participate in New York state business loan...

Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the legislation to allow credit unions in New York state to participate in its Excelsior Linked Deposit Program, which lets qualifying businesses take on commercial loans at an interest rate of 2 to 3% lower than the prevailing rate.

Westchester’s economy on the rebound, top officials say

Bridget Gibbons, Westchester's Director of Economic Development, said that businesses are optimistic about the future and about starting new projects, and noted that a primary challenge the County is addressing is hiring new workers.