Business Briefs for March 25, 2021
Business Briefs for March 18, 2021
Business Briefs for March 4, 2021
Soon, those People’s United signs will be replaced, in turn, by M&T Bank signs after it was announced this week that M&T Bank Corporation of Buffalo had agreed to buy People’s United Financial, Inc., a Bridgeport, Connecticut-based company, for $7.6 billion in an all-stock deal.
Sag Harbor Business Goes Green With Wastewater Treatment
New York State Rolls Out Stricter Regulations For Cannabinoid Hemp Processors, Retailers, Distributors
The New York State Department of Health is now accepting applications from businesses seeking to operate as cannabinoid hemp processors, retailers or distributors — a move that could effectively level the playing field between already compliant participants competing with unregulated products in a building cannabis market.
When Maria Fumai-Dietrich joined the Parrish Art Museum staff, she took one look at the business membership roster and was immediately impressed — and, simultaneously, inspired. The members represented industries across the board, from hospitality, retail and graphic design to architecture, law and real estate. And, in there, she saw unbound potential.
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its call for membership and plans for 2021, leading with the new “LOVE Sag Harbor” campaign, launched just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Price Tag Of New Site For Bay Street Theater Was $13 Million
Business Briefs for February 4, 2021
A Huntington woman has filed suit against at least 10 East End businesses, charging them with discriminating against her because they do not comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, the sweeping federal legislation adopted in 1990 that aims to eliminate barriers in public places to the disabled.
“Behind the Headlines,” an hourlong program analyzing local and regional news hosted by Express News Group editors Joseph P. Shaw and Bill Sutton, will debut on WLIW-FM on Saturday, January 16, at 10 a.m.
For the seventh month in a row, the number of single-family homes in the Hamptons entering contract has increased year-over-year, according to the Elliman Report. Inked home sales contracts were up 40 percent in December 2020, compared to the same month a year prior, continuing a pandemic-driven hot streak for the region.
Those who waited until the last minute this year were no doubt disappointed to discover that tree stands and garden centers across eastern Long Island had been pretty much picked clean of trees, wreaths, and other greenery by the middle of the month.
Business Briefs for December 17, 2020