New York TimesA Revival of Black Business, and Pride, in Brooklyn – The New York …New York TimesThe website Black-Owned Brooklyn has become an unexpected barometer of a black renaissance in areas of the city notorious for gentrification.and more »
The Building Trades Employers’ Association represents 27 industry associations and 1,100 contractors who employ tens of thousands of unionized construction workers throughout the city. As its… To view the full story, click the title link.
Eater NYWorld Cup 2018: Where to Watch in NYCEater NY… St. location. Other locations will show games during normal business hours. … What: The 6,000-square-foot Downtown Brooklyn brewery and restaurant is a roomy spot to join a group for the games, broadcast on three large projection screens and four …
As a 1992 graduate of Stuyvesant High School, I abhor Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposals to change how students are admitted to the city’s specialized high schools. They are discriminatory, wrong and… To view the full story, click the title link.
PEOPLE.com'You just have to be the hardest working person in the room': Brooklyn Decker on becoming an entrepreneurABC NewsCasey told ABC News Chief Business, Technology and Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis on a recent episode of ABC Radio's “No Limits.” Casey, a former anchor/correspondent for CNN teamed up with Decker, a former model and actress currently …Here's How Brooklyn Decker Got Her Most Organized Closet Ever and 'Stopped Making Impulse Purchases'PEOPLE.comFinery Adds AI Styling To Easy Wardrobe ManagementWWDall 5 news articles »
New York City’s notorious property tax system is a sham and desperately in need of a fix. The mayor, city comptroller, Department of Finance commissioner, Assembly Speaker and many other… To view the full story, click the title link.
UK electronics manufacturer acquires Brooklyn Center companyMinneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal“The acquisition of Precision is an excellent fit with both our business and our strategy for growth and higher margins," TT Electronics CEO Richard Tyson said in a news release. "It has a strong position in markets where the proliferation of …
Don’t bother checking the mailbox. A City Council proposal to grant a $400 rebate to all homeowners earning less than $150,000 failed to make it into the $89.15 billion budget deal struck… To view the full story, click the title link.
NBCNews.comBehind the misleading claims fueling America's bourbon boomNBCNews.comWidow Jane's flagship 10-year-old straight bourbon is a common sight in hip Brooklyn bars and, according to the company, it can now be found in more than 30 states and 15 countries. Part of its popularity could be attributed to its supposedly artisanal …
Broadway, which wrapped up its season on Sunday with the Tony Awards, reached new highs for ticket sales and revenue, and I am one of the reasons. The season has been expensive but worth… To view the full story, click the title link.
The BridgeOfer Cohen Elected Chair of Downtown Brooklyn PartnershipThe BridgeThe partnership is a coalition of leaders in business, real estate, academia, and culture who work to improve the borough's downtown. Cohen is the CEO of TerraCRG, a brokerage and advisory firm focused solely on Brooklyn commercial transactions, which …and more »
You can get anything to eat in New York, but once upon a time there was a distinct shortage of places serving french-cut steaks, fatty charcuterie and organ meat. In 1990 Brasserie Les Halles opened… To view the full story, click the title link.
New York PostTrump is doing the people's businessNew York PostLast week Brooklyn-born billionaire barista Howard Schultz hung up his apron and stepped away as executive chairman of Starbucks to contemplate a potential presidential run in 2020. I think it's very clear from his statements that America needs more …and more »
New York’s governor is calling for a federal investigation into the U.S. government’s response to the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico. Democrat Andrew Cuomo proposed the idea on Thursday…. To view the full story, click the title link.
WLNSRace weekend brings booming business to BrooklynWLNSBROOKLYN, Mich. (WLNS) – With hundreds of thousands of people coming to Brooklyn for all of the festivities, local businesses are booming. Cars are coming in left and right to stores as race weekend kicks off. Workers at Country Market say they look …
The Trump administration’s decision not to defend the Affordable Care Act in federal court in Texas on Thursday provides the latest challenge for New York insurers and regulators. They must grapple… To view the full story, click the title link.
The BridgeOfer Cohen Elected Chair of Downtown Brooklyn Partnership – The …The BridgeOfer Cohen, founder of a pioneering Brooklyn real-estate brokerage, has been elected chairman of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, the group announced …and more »
Flanked by real-life SVU detectives, Harvey Weinstein was walked into a courtroom on a recent Friday, through a gauntlet of reporters and cameras, in a show that satisfied many; Huffington… To view the full story, click the title link.
Commercial ObserverTerraCRG Chief Ofer Cohen Tapped to Chair Downtown Brooklyn PartnershipCommercial Observer“I am proud of all the work we have accomplished, helping transform the area into a premier hub for business, tech and higher education,” she said in prepared remarks. “The landscape has changed dramatically since we started, with Downtown Brooklyn …Ofer Cohen named chair of Downtown Brooklyn PartnershipThe Real Dealall 2 news articles »
As New York taxpayers are acutely aware, the Trump tax law hurts them by limiting state and local taxes deductions to $10,000. For many, just paying their property taxes will use up most or all of… To view the full story, click the title link.
Crain’s New York BusinessCity releases vision for reshaping GowanusCrain’s New York BusinessThe plan imagines remaking the low-rise, formerly industrial neighborhood into a denser, mixed-use district with far more housing and park space and a revitalized Gowanus Canal while preserving affordability, businesses and the area's character. In a …and more »
The reignited controversy over specialized high schools has been great for journalists, less so for Mayor Bill de Blasio. Opposition to his proposals will almost certainly block any change to the… To view the full story, click the title link.
Eater NY3 Neighborhood Favorites Shuttered at the End of MayEater NYSome nine years since opening in Williamsburg, Simon Gibson and Joaquin “Quino” Baca closed the Brooklyn Star over the weekend due to slowing business over the last two summers, as well as a rise in the cost of keeping the restaurant open. It moved …
New York’s prison crisis has come to a head. Taxpayer costs are rising and correctional facilities are facing a crisis they were never designed to address: a staggering rise in the number of… To view the full story, click the title link.