This afternoon, FOX Business News Channel host Maria Bartiromo announced that New York City is a top performer, and will receive $80.2M for 121 Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) projects. The event was livestreamed from the Hart Theatre, Egg Center […]
New York City is currently home to 37 candy manufacturing plants employing approximately 520 workers.
MAYOR DE BLASIO, SPEAKER HEASTIE ANNOUNCE STATE-OF-THE-ART RECREATIONAL FACILITY COMING TO EDENWALD Mayor Bill de Blasio, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President Maria Torres-Springer and local elected officials announced the selection of […]
TRANSPARENCY SHOULD BE THE EXPECTATION IN MAJOR INVESTMENTS LIKE BUFFALO BILLION Legislative column from Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) In what has become a recurring bought of memory loss, the governor and his agency commissioners have again forgotten […]
The supposed gentrifiers Ed Condé seeks to chase away are providers of jobs and opportunities within the borough.
City agencies and Spring Bank will launch IDNYC’s first pop-up enrollment center at a bank, located at 69 E. 167th St (Gerard Av) in the Bronx, on Thursday, June 23 at 10 a.m.
BP Diaz Report Highlights Over $9.4 Billion in Total Bronx Development Since 2009.
Increased Minimum Wage Increases Unemployment By Frank Vernuccio, Jr., J.D. The debate over raising the minimum wage has become a significant factor in the presidential contest. The evidence indicates that, contrary to the claims of Senator Sanders and […]
Car and car parts dealers had sales of $1.0 trillion, representing an increase of 6.5 percent over the previous year, according to new statistics released today from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2014 Annual Retail Trade Survey. The Census Bureau […]
Report Finds Potential for Nearly Two Million Square Feet of Development at Concourse Yard Today, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. issued a preliminary report cataloging the potential of platform development at three borough railyard sites. The […]
Rosado to succeed Cesar Perales, Lifelong Public Servant and Founder of New York State Office of New Americans Perales to Retire from Department of State, be Nominated to Empire State Development Board Governor Cuomo has nominated Rossana Rosado as […]
Last Thursday afternoon, hundreds of Bronxites, young and old, social entrepreneurs and business leaders gathered at the historic Old Bronx Courthouse on Third Avenue and 161st Street for Assemblyman Michael Blake’s “New Faces of Technology” event. The […]
BRONX UNEMPLOYMENT DROPS AGAIN Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. is praising new job numbers from the New York State Department of Labor, which show another drop in the borough’s unemployment rate and a significant increase in the county’s […]
State Retains Its Standing as Nation’s #2 Producer of Maple Syrup Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that maple syrup production in New York reached its highest level in 70 years, allowing the state to retain its standing as the second […]
On Tuesday, May 12, Anheuser Busch will sponsor the Bronx Week Business Workshop on “How Small Minority and Family-Owned Businesses Can Achieve the American Dream.” Andy Unanue, Chairman, Associated Supermarket Group, is the featured speaker. The workshop will be held 8AM-10AM […]