The closure will affect 91 employees, according to a state regulatory notice.
LI's July unemployment rate falls slightly
The region's unemployment rate remains near historic low levels while its labor force is shrinking, an analyst said.
$1M donation to Northwell funds new fellowship
The gift aims to prepare general internists for successful careers in education, research and patient care.
Facebook rolls out tool to block off-FB data gathering
Facebook is launching a long-promised tool that lets you block the social network from gathering information about you on outside websites and apps.
Verizon to shut down FiOS1 News channel
Verizon will replace its FiOS1 News channel with a new local television news channel this fall, a company official said.
LI hospitals target millennials for health care jobs
About 55,000 LI millennials have chosen health care as a career, census data show.
Top U.S. CEOs rethink the meaning of shareholder value
The "shareholder comes first" has for years been the mantra of the Business Roundtable, a group that represents the most powerful CEOs in America and their thinking.
Cuomo: Gertler to succeed Zemsky as ESD CEO
Eric Gertler, who runs an investment firm and is a member of the ESD board, replaces Howard Zemsky, who stays on as ESD chairman.
Polls: Tariffs lead to rising prices for NY consumers
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said factories surveyed hiked selling prices in response to higher U.S. taxes on imports.
Survey: 34% of economists expect U.S. recession in 2021
Only 2% of those polled expect a recession to begin this year, while 38% predict that it will occur in 2020.
Decades of IDA tax breaks spark controversy
Deals for Long Island Aquarium, former Grumman site and others offer property tax savings of as much as 90 percent.