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In New York, a wage hike tug-of-war

Support for increasing New York’s minimum wage has grown among business advocacy groups and business owners and executives statewide in the closing weeks of...

Changes, exchanges in health care

A lunch panel on health insurance exchanges brought predictions on a Supreme Court decision.

Colleges mean $1.2B to Westchester economy

The Westchester County Association says Westchester’s colleges and universities will play a big part in its business accelerator

Committee to Save NY spends nearly $12 million in 2011

For the last two state budget cycles, the Committee to Save New York has spent millions on advertisements supporting government reform and accountability.

Community Mutual true to its roots

The 125 year old bank has branched out through technology, and is recognized for it

Business Accelerator Network gets more funding

The Westchester County Association announced at its March 16 breakfast that it had secured an additional $25 million debt financing pledge from Greater Hudson Bank.

New partnership bolsters efforts to draw more young people to county

The Westchester County Association announced a new partnership with New York City planning and development firm Project for Public Spaces Feb. 16.

Action plan for New York

A statewide coalition of advocacy groups unveils an action agenda to lower costs for municipalities and school districts.

Experts to address health care reform

The Westchester County Association will bring together industry experts at a Sept. 22 symposium on health care reform.

With fall, plans spring into action

Westchester County’s leading business groups are putting economic development plans into action this fall.

Cracking the cyber-threat code

FBI special agents address WCA audience and share cyber-threat need-to-know’s.

Business group mergers respond to economy

Neighboring counties believe in united efforts.

Westchester growing economic development groups

With recent announcements that dueled in their timing, Westchester County’s two largest business groups have created economic development advisory task forces.