Tag: business

How a Long Island High School Student is Helping Small Businesses

While residents can support a business by being customers, one Long Island high school student is doing more — raising funds.

Ice Sculptures Displayed in the Village of Port Jefferson

Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, The Village of Port Jefferson held an ice sculpture event for the past two Saturdays and will hold its last on Feb. 13.

OpEd: Support Local Restaurants in Their Time of Need

I have watched as restaurant owners worry over an uncertain future, staff get cut after years at the same establishment and mom-and-pop shops close their doors for the last time.

New Hires, Promotions on Long Island

New hires and promotions featured in Long Island Press, February 2021.

Great Neck Ticket Brokers Settle First U.S. Online Sales Enforcement Cases

Three Great Neck ticket brokers have agreed to settle civil charges that they cheated consumers by illegally purchasing tens of thousands of tickets for concerts, theater, sports and other events, and reselling them at substantial markups.

OpEd: Technology Is Key To Long Island’s Economic Growth

During the pandemic, we have seen how the power of technology allows businesses to continue to operate. But businesses will need to keep leveraging technology to continue adapting and stay competitive.

New Hires, Promotions on Long Island

New hires and promotions featured in Long Island Press, January 2020.

Simons Taps Brown As Chair of Setauket-based Renaissance Board After Mixed...

Billionaire investor James Simons, of Long Island, is stepping down as chairman at the Setauket-based Renaissance Technologies but will remain on the board of the $60 billion hedge fund he founded nearly 40 years ago.

Sunrise Mall in East Massapequa Sold For $29.7M To Urban Edge...

Westfield Group has sold the Sunrise Mall, on Sunrise Highway in East Massapequa, to Urban Edge Properties for $29.7 million.

Zebra Technologies’ Tom Bianculli Talks Augmented Reality, Store Robots, More Tech...

Zebra Technologies’ Chief Technology Officer Tom Bianculli is an executive based in Holtsville for the Lincolnshire, Ill., tech company. We talked with him about his role and how the tech company, with about 1,100 Long Island employees, is innovating amid the pandemic.