Brooklyn Daily EagleIt Was Invented Here: A brief history of business in BrooklynBrooklyn Daily EagleBrillo pads, Benjamin Moore paint, Bazooka gum, Gretsch guitars, Twizzlers licorice, Mack trucks, Domino sugar, Kickstarter. If you're a Brooklynite, you've probably already guessed what these things have in common: they were either invented or made …
It’s no secret that the de Blasio administration is striving to make New York the fairest big city in America. Working with partners in the business, philanthropic and nonprofit sectors,… To view the full story, click the title link.
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The BridgeIt Was Invented Here: a Brief History of Business in BrooklynThe BridgeBrillo pads, Benjamin Moore paint, Bazooka gum, Gretsch guitars, Twizzlers licorice, Mack trucks, Domino sugar, Kickstarter. If you're a Brooklynite, you've probably already guessed what these things have in common: they were either invented or made …
While some of us endeavor to go to the gym more, others dream of helping others do so. But, usually, their vision of opening an exercise-based establishment does not include securing discretionary… To view the full story, click the title link.
Culture has become recognized as a critical element of business success. But having a good culture is just a start. Making it scale, and driving your growth, takes work.
WPIX 11 New YorkBrooklyn neighborhood raises enough money to save mom-and-pop hardware storeWPIX 11 New YorkCROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn – A neighborhood mom-and-pop hardware store will remain open, thanks to a community that rallied around the store's owner to save the business. American Star Hardware has been a fixture on St. John's Place for decades. But owner …and more »
Since she was a child, Stephanie Goldstein dreamed of having her own clothing store. “One of my favorite childhood memories is decorating a zip sweatshirt with satin moons and stars when I was… To view the full story, click the title link.
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Long Island Business NewsLI firm sells Brooklyn properties for $11.8MLong Island Business NewsA Roslyn-based, family-owned real estate investment firm has sold a three-building retail portfolio in Brooklyn for $11.8 million. The three properties total 26,930 square feet and are located at 2362 86th St., 383 Avenue X and 3678 Nostrand Ave. The …
After 16 years at the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Scott Short took the reins of the organization and promptly rebranded it. The housing and health care nonprofit, created by late… To view the full story, click the title link.
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Patch.comHigh-Tech Dog Houses Must Go, DOT Tells Brooklyn BusinessPatch.comBut local representatives have gathered behind Dog Parker to demand the city accommodate a Brooklyn-born, woman-founded company they say encourages New Yorkers to shop in their neighborhood stores. "Instead of supporting this business, the city is …and more »
On Edgecombe Avenue and West 139th Street, The Edge Harlem café presents a mash-up menu of British, American and Jamaican fare, including jerk chicken Caesar salad. Twenty blocks down, on… To view the full story, click the title link.
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WPIX 11 New YorkBeloved Brooklyn bar set to closeWPIX 11 New York"She put in the groundwork, the sweat and she deserves it, she's an amazing woman and it's an amazing business," Owen Collins, who lives in the neighborhood, told PIX11. Patrons are rallying behind Reynolds. They started a go fund me page to raise …Crowd floods beloved Brooklyn bar to back owner's last-ditch effort to keep doors openNew York Daily Newsall 3 news articles »
The two-year budget deal reached in Washington on Friday ensures no draconian cuts in federal aid to the state and city, undercuts arguments to raise some local taxes and portends problems for Gov…. To view the full story, click the title link.
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WPIX 11 New YorkRent soars, small businesses close as Brooklyn neighborhood goes through 'rapid gentrification'WPIX 11 New York“Some of the businesses that were here, were here for a while, and it's sad to see them go,” said Dudley Sylvian sitting inside his tax firm office Sylco Consulting. It is pretty much the last business on the block that doesn't have a for rent sign …
Zillow Group outlined revenue growth plans Thursday that could rankle New York City brokerages already bristling at two big changes to one of the company’s listings website. The parent company of… To view the full story, click the title link.
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Brooklyn Daily EagleBrooklyn Chamber of Commerce wins $750000 grant to help small businessBrooklyn Daily Eagle"This grant follows a long history of helping businesses in Brooklyn, and beyond, including the expansion of the citywide Neighborhood Entrepreneurship Project, which helped enumerable waterfront communities recover in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. We …
Days after the news that Google’s parent company is purchasing a building next to the tech giant’s New York headquarters for $2.4 billion, Google has reached a tentative deal to grow even more… To view the full story, click the title link.
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