Business

Amazon Expands NYC Footprint

Amazon Expands NYC Footprint

CUOMO ANNOUNCES NEW AMAZON OFFICE IN NEW YORK CITY WILL CREATE 2,000 JOBS Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Amazonwill expand its presence in New York City with the addition of a 359,000 square-foot administrative office at 5 Manhattan West. This […]

Delicioso Coco Helado Founder Alfredo Thiebaud Honored

Delicioso Coco Helado Founder Alfredo Thiebaud Honored

Bronx Street Renamed in Honor of Alfredo Thiebaud The street corner of 161st Street and St. Anns Avenue was re-named and dedicated after beloved Delicioso Coco Helado founder, Alfredo Thiebaud, whose fleet of pushcarts have enlivened our summers in the […]

www.ivankatrump.com

Ivanka Trump Brand Sales Slump

Special report via Racked In February, after Nordstrom said that it no longer planned to stock Ivanka Trump products, there were a few big questions at the fevered intersection of politics and fashion. Should retailers let politics sway their buys? And, more […]

by · September 15, 2017 · Business, News
The Bronx Chamber of Commerce and Turtle Cove are co-hosting  a "Meet Up" Networking Event and BBQ Party on July 27, 6-10PM at Turtle Cove Golf & Baseball, 1 City Island Avenue, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx 10464.

Bronx Chamber of Commerce, Turtle Cove Networking Event & BBQ Party, 7/27

The Bronx is Shaping Up in Time for the Summer: New Microblading Beauty Bar Opened Near Country Club

The Bronx is Shaping Up in Time for the Summer: New Microblading Beauty Bar Opened Near Country Club

THE BRONX IS SHAPING UP IN TIME FOR THE SUMMER New Microblading Beauty Bar Opening Up Near Country Club Bronx, NY – This month, Fetish Brow and Beauty Bar celebrated its Grand Opening at 2801 Coddington Avenue between E. Tremont […]

by · July 11, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Business
Profile America: First TV Ad

Profile America: First TV Ad

  “America runs on Bulova time.” That declaration was the entire audio portion of the first advertisement appearing on a commercial television station. The rather subdued ad was broadcast on New York station WBNT this month in 1941, the first […]

America’s First Oil Refinery

America’s First Oil Refinery

America’s first commercial oil refinery was put in operation this month in 1860. It was built in Titusville, Pennsylvania, on the banks of Oil Creek. That town was the site of the country’s first productive oil well in 1859, and […]

by · July 1, 2017 · Business, Environment, History
Taxi symposium sponsored by NYIT, June 27

Taxi symposium sponsored by NYIT, June 27

(New York, NY)  Taxi medallion owners and advocates for the disabled will join academics to discuss the fate of the medallion system and accessibility on Tuesday, June 27th. The Taxi Symposium is sponsored by the University Transportation Research Center at the […]

Decaf Coffee

Decaf Coffee

Friday, June 23 — Through the centuries of coffee’s popularity, if someone ordered the beverage, there was no question about what kind. Today, many Americans prefer their coffee decaffeinated. That option dates to early in the last century, thanks to Ludwig […]

A Business Case for LED Lighting – Why Now! Today, June 20

A Business Case for LED Lighting – Why Now! Today, June 20

Bronx Chamber of Commerce and McHale Energy invite you to a Free Presentation on “A Business Case for LED Lighting – Why Now!” on Tuesday, June 20th, Hutch Metro Conference Center, 5-7pm. For more information, call 718-828-3900.

161st Street BID News: CITY MD, Art in the Park, Make Music New York, Street Fair VII

161st Street BID News: CITY MD, Art in the Park, Make Music New York, Street Fair VII

Hooray, City MD is here! City MD will be open from 8 am – 8 pm, Monday thru Friday, and 9 am – 6 pm on the weekend. Drop by and welcome them to the 161st Street Business Improvement District. Today, […]

CerealFest – Battle Creek Festivals

Cereal Festival

This year’s annual National Cereal Fest began last Thursday evening in Battle Creek, Michigan, the birthplace of America’s cereal industry. The highlight of the festival in the city that bills itself as the Cereal Capital of the World is the […]

The Seattle-based Starbucks coffee shop first opened in 1971.

Profile America : Getting In The Coffee Habit

Sunday, April 2 — Sometimes, tastes seem to go in great cycles. For example, in 19th century America, local coffeehouses, which roasted their own beans, ruled. Then, in 1900, Hills Brothers started packing roasted, ground coffee in vacuum tins. In the […]

by · April 2, 2017 · Business, Profile America
Second Annual American Entrepreneurship Award in the Bronx Opens for Entries

Second Annual American Entrepreneurship Award in the Bronx Opens for Entries

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 […]

Op-Ed: Start-Up NY Weakens, Business Anxiety Remains Strong

Op-Ed: Start-Up NY Weakens, Business Anxiety Remains Strong

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, […]