U.S. Nonwovens, a Brentwood-based consumer products company, has about 1,000 employees in five buildings in Suffolk County.
How to bypass ATM fees while you're on the road
If you're out of town on vacation, there's no need to incur ATM fees if you need a little cash. Here's how to avoid unnecessary charges.
Shah's Halal to open two more LI locations
Both restaurants, to debut before the end of the year, will be located in Hauppauge.
Trump bumps up tariffs on Chinese goods
Escalating his trade war with China, President Donald Trump bumped up his tariffs on Chinese imports Friday, lashing back after Beijing raised taxes on U.S. products.
Trump lashes out after Powell doesn't hint at rate cuts
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled Friday that the Fed stands ready to cut interest rates further if the economy needs it but wasn't clear about when or by how much.
Death of the tie? Not yet, but dress codes changing
Even venerable investment bank Goldman Sachs relaxed its dress code, and LI firms are doing the same.
SCCC Tesla technician program graduates 1st class
The program, the only one like it in the Northeast, gives students the software and mechanical skills necessary to maintain electric cars.
Worried about a recession? Protect yourself, don't panic
Though unclear when or if a recession might hit, financial experts say people should consider taking certain steps that are beneficial in any economy but would aid households greatly in a downturn.
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.
Dow drops 623 points as trade war rattles investors
Rising tensions between the world's two biggest economies unnerved investors already on edge about the deteriorating world economy.
See who got hired, promoted on Long Island
Here are some of the people who have made recent job changes. They are family, friends, neighbors, colleagues from across Long Island.