T-Mobile and Sprint pledge to create up to 1,000 jobs in Nassau if their proposed merger is approved.
Cybersecurity workshop for manufacturers
The free event aims to help local manufacturers comply with new U.S. Department of Defense requirements for cybersecurity.
LI officials at skilled workers forum: College isn't the only viable path
Lawmakers and educators discuss the need for more skilled trades workers and more training for young Long Islanders.
Long Island adds 14,600 jobs, data show
The year-over-year job gain represents an uptick for the market, a Labor Department analyst said.
Learn what it takes to be a successful importer
A workshop is being organized by the National Institute for World Trade in East Moriches and NYIT's College of Engineering & Computing Sciences.
What the No Spend Challenge buys you
To start with: Less debt, a little peace of mind, and the ability to pay an unexpected bill.
Mineola publisher to lay off 23 of its 59 workers
As part of the restructuring, Dover Publications will focus more on children's books and adult coloring books.
LI income growth beat inflation in 2018
In Nassau, per capita personal income was $89,839, up 5.5% year over year, and in Suffolk, it was $68,617, up 4.8%, with inflation at 1.9%.
Maker of 3D-printed rocket engines wins $1.5M
Launcher, which tests its engines in Calverton, received an innovation and research award at the inaugural Air Force Space Pitch Day.
Local consumer prices up 1.5% over a year earlier
Rents, medical care, education and natural gas prices fuel the CPI rise.
LIers weigh in on sex bias and credit cards
A spokeswoman for the NY State Department of Financial Services told the AP the agency will investigate.