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Long Island Business News named a new publisher and editor, two posts that had been vacant since October, the paper's owner The Dolan Co. announced Wednesday in a news article on the publication's website.
Scott Schoen, the audience development manager for The Dolan Co. was named publisher, and senior reporter Gregory Zeller was named editor for the 7,500-circulation business weekly.
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A Manhattan startup's portal to connect small business owners with the right lawyers is now available on Long Island.
The service, Priori Legal, acts as the middleman between a small business and lawyers. Business owners fill out a questionnaire about their required legal services on Priori's website, and Priori offers them a list of potential attorneys from its network. The business owner...Read more »
The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce has partnered with a local charity to host a fundraiser on Monday evening in honor of its late chairman Larry Kushnick.
The Chamber and the Melville-based Moonjumpers Charitable Foundation are holding the event to benefit a college fund for Kushnick’s son, Jordan Kushnick. The Leadership Huntington Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to leadership...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 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 »
More than 80 Long Island women entrepreneurs will showcase their handiwork at a business expo this week.
The 13th Women's EXPO will take place Thursday at the Middle Country Public Library in Centereach. From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., the businesswomen will exhibit their creative work, including jewelry, specialty foods, clothing, art, pottery and other crafts.
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The Hauppauge Industrial Association's annual trade show -- one of the largest business to business events on Long Island -- will take place this Thursday.
The 25th annual show will take place at Suffolk Community College's Brentwood campus from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and feature about 375 exhibitors with more than 4,500 slated attendees, according to the HIA.
In addition to offering the chance...Read more »
Tim Healy, 42, host of local business radio show "The Profit Express," got into radio after taking a compliment to heart.
The professional sales coach was using the radio studio at Hofstra University's WRHU / 88.7 in 2008 to record CDs for his training business when the manager of the station told him he had a voice fit for the airwaves.
Healy, a Sound Beach resident, took...Read more »
Long Island's largest business organization has joined forces with a Silicon Valley group to push for certain immigration reforms as debate over the issue heats up in Congress.
The Long Island Association and the Silicon Valley Leadership Group sent a jointly penned letter to New York and California senators outlining their support of expanding the number of highly-skilled immigrants that...Read more »