Second annual American Entrepreneurship Award in the Bronx opens for entries Opportunity for local entrepreneurs to receive a share of $125,000 Start-up funding for their ventures January 31, 2017. The American Entrepreneurship Award (AEA), a program created and funded by […]
By Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb When it comes to the business of Albany, it is essential to draw a distinction between rhetoric and reality. In no area is that more apparent than the state’s economic-development efforts. Lofty promises, […]
Our friends at the U.S. Census Bureau remind us that while this holiday season is a time for gathering and celebrating with family and friends, gift giving, reflection and thanks, it is a major time for business. So as you […]
The influential City & State magazine will complete its Borough 50 Series with a final stop in the Boogie Down Bronx. The Borough 50 Series ranks the most powerful community leaders from each borough in a special print issue of City […]
The city’s Office of Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprises and the Department of Small Business Services will host an M/WBE Open House on Thursday, December 8 in the Bronx.
The Bronx Chamber of Commerce hosts an Evening Business Networking Event on Wednesday, November 30th, from 6:00-8:00pm, at Residence Inn by Marriott at the Hutch Metro Center Atrium. Bring business cards. Shake hands. Share ideas. Meet your business peers. Walk away […]
By Susan Young | Raglan’s Daily PR blog — Posted: November 22, 2016 The PR and marketing pros at Butterball are going mobile this year. Market research indicated the popular Butterball Turkey Talk Line should boost its outreach to millennials. So, for […]
Start A Thanksgiving Family Tradition. Relax While We Do All The Cooking. Celebrate with Applebee’s Thanksgiving Dinner Plate.
Nintendo Mini NES Classic Flying Off the Shelf The Mini NES Classic is sold out just about everywhere. The $60 device covered and reviewed last month, has quickly become the hot gift this holiday season. Some game reviewers are accusing Nintendo […]
Goodbye Bronx Grill, Hello Golden Corral by David Greene Bronxites around the borough where saddened by the unexpected closing of the popular Bronx Grill at 2375 East Tremont Avenue, in the Parkchester section, which shut its doors on Sunday, October […]
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service reminds employers and small businesses of a new Jan. 31 filing deadline for Forms W-2. The IRS must also hold some refunds until Feb. 15. A new federal law, aimed at making it easier for […]
Council’s proposal would add thousands of food carts before we know if new regulations are working By Michael Lambert and Ellen Baer Everyone agrees that the street vending system in New York City is confusing and unfair for everyone involved: […]
NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Will & Estate Planning 101 Seminar CLICK HERE TO RSVP.
Sunday, October 16 — Today marks an anniversary that should please America’s power shoppers. On this date in 1868, the first full-line department store in the U.S. was organized in Salt Lake City. Called “Zion’s Cooperative Mercantile Institution,” it opened […]