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CBRE forecasts ‘solid traffic’ for holiday season shopping

CBRE's Brandon Famous said most retailers "have gotten smarter and more efficient with their omnichannel strategies and their programs for attracting and retaining customers.”

‘Opportunity zone’ tax breaks could mean big money for investors in...

The so-called “opportunity zones” are a small part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The basic idea of the program is to drive investment to low-income areas by providing favorable tax treatment to investors.

NY Comptroller: Health care job growth double of state’s other professions

New York health care jobs exceeded 1.2 million in 2017, growing at a rate of more than 18 percent in the past decade, a report from Thomas P. DiNapoli found.

Suite Talk: Robert Caruso, senior managing director at CBRE

Caruso discusses the commercial real estate market in Fairfield County, both on its own terms and in comparison with Westchester.

Former Pace Law dean Alexandra Dunn tapped for EPA chemicals post

Dunn served as dean of environmental law programs from 2007-10 and taught Environmental Justice and Human Rights and the Environment as an adjunct professor at Pace Law in White Plains.

NJ real estate firm expanding to NY; names regional VP

Special Properties Real Estate Services LLC has tapped Andrew Emery to oversee its expansion.

Hot dog! A classic business comes to White Plains

Walter’s Hot Dogs, a long-time Westchester food institution, has cut the ribbon on its new location.

Shake Shack in Hartsdale readies for September opening

The Hartsdale location will be the second Shake Shack in Westchester County, joining the one at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers.

Regeneron to invest $100M in bluebird bio, team up for cancer...

Regeneron will also collaborate with the company for a five-year period to develop and commercialize novel immune cell therapies for cancer.

Luxury senior housing planned for Bloomingdale Road

A site along Bloomingdale Road in White Plains once targeted for a shopping center could instead become home to 132 luxury apartments for seniors.

James D. Schutzer: Why New York needs to rethink its single-payer...

The Empire State’s policymakers have the ability to enact changes that would have a deep and swift impact across the state and here in Westchester.

NY Comptroller: Sales tax collections highest in 8 years

This was the highest half-year increase since 2010 and the fourth consecutive period of strengthening local sales tax collections.

Joe Markey: Navigating corporate tax reform

As companies across Westchester County decide what to do with their additional revenue, they must stay aware of how it will affect their investments and spending in the future. 

New York and Connecticut are tops for income inequality

According to a new study, the nation is facing a level of income inequality not seen in 90 years, and the situation is especially acute in New York and Connecticut.

Regeneron co-founder talks drug process, importance of science

New York Medical College recently hosted a seminar featuring Dr. George D. Yancopoulos, founding scientist, president and chief scientific officer of the major biotech company.