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Larry Kingsley, chief executive of Pall Corp., has been elected board chairman of the Port Washington-based manufacturer of filtration and purification devices.
Kingsley, who is 50 and has headed the company since October 2011, succeeds Ronald L. Hoffman.
“During his two years with Pall, Larry Kingsley has proven to be a strong leader in a time of change for the company,” Hoffman...Read more »
Product design will be the topic of Tuesday's meeting of the Suffolk County Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club.
June Severino Feldman, marketing director at Intelligent Product Solutions, will discuss the Ronkonkoma company’s product design services.
The free event, from 7 to 9 p.m., will be in the media room of the H. Lee Dennison county building, 100 Veterans Memorial Hwy., Hauppauge.
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Six Long Island companies were named to the second annual Fast 50 -- a list of the fastest growing companies in the New York metropolitan area from publication Crain's New York Business.
To compile the list -- the publication's second -- Crain took submissions and solicited information from private and public companies in the New York metro area — including Westchester and Long Island — and...Read more »
Next month, Long Island businessmen moonlighting as "The Hammer" and "Spider" will step into the boxing ring as part of the 10th Fight for Charity Event.
The aliases "Spider" and "The Hammer" belong to Kevin Kelly, the chief creative officer at BigBuzz Marketing Group in Melville, and Sal Ferro, president of Alure Home Improvements in Plainview, respectively.
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A former Obama administration official now with Citigroup said Monday that he doubted the federal budget impasse would be settled by the Oct. 17 "deadline" but that an agreement was likely by Nov. 1, when the government would be unable to pay many important bills.
Peter Orszag, Citigroup's vice chairman of corporate and investment banking, said after a speech at Adelphi University that,...Read more »
Members of the Indo American Business Council met recently in Manhattan with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
The business leaders, from Long Island and New York City, spent an hour discussing immigration, electricity distribution, trade and political representation with Singh and India’s external affairs minister and national security adviser.
The council, based in Hicksville,...Read more »
A trade show for Long Island businesses on Wednesday will offer talks on health care reform, social media and the future of technology in the region.
The sixth annual Trade Nassau gathering will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Carlyle on the Green in Bethpage State Park, 99 Quaker Meeting House Rd. in Farmingdale.
More than 100 businesses and other organizations from the Long Island...Read more »
Darby Dental Supply LLC said it plans to add 55 workers on Long Island during the next six months. Darby will be one of the companies recruiting Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Newsday Career Fair at the Melville Marriott, 1350 Walt Whitman Road in Melville.
The Jericho company said it has openings for inside sales account managers, office supply sales specialists, collections clerks,...Read more »
MONDAY, Oct. 7
THE LONG ISLAND CENTER FOR BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN NETWORKING MEETING, Woodbury
Debi Silber, the Mojo coach and president of Lifestyle Fitness, Inc., presents "The Surprising Source of Fatigue in the Working Woman and How to Beat it," includes cocktails, appetizers, dinner and networking, register, 6-8:30 p.m. The Inn at Fox Hollow, 7755 Jericho Tpke.,...Read more »
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Friday he is examining the leaking of stock analysts' reports to some investors, which undercuts most investors.
"In the area of high-frequency trading, we're still a couple of steps behind" the traders, Schneiderman told the Society of American Business Editors and Writers meeting in Manhattan.
"We're looking at issues related...Read more »