Concern about the vaping epidemic among teens has fueled interest in Soter Technologies' vape detection units, its CEO said.
LI group pitches projects to vie for NY funds
Proposals from Long Island aim to make job training more available to veterans and people with disabilities.
Missing minks: Owners in the cold after furrier's death
Dozens of customers have not retrieved their fur coats from an Oceanside retailer after the owner died and their furs were removed.
LI jobless rate moves up for third straight month
The rate is still at historic lows, but the recent increases could mark an "inflection point" for the local employment market, a Labor Department analyst said.
A wedding challenge for the No Spend couple
Learning that 'extravagant' does not have to be about money -- it can be about the way you spread your love around.
Forensic accounting students to the rescue
Businesses and nonprofits that suspect they've been scammed will get free help from expert-led teams of grad students from SUNY Old Westbury next semester.
Employers seek solutions during hiring pinch
For factory jobs, more training is needed than in the past, and in the retail and service sectors, employers are turning to higher pay and signing bonuses, polls find.
Act now if Equifax data breach affected you
Tuesday is the deadline for consumers affected by the Equifax data breach to opt out of the federal settlement and reserve their right to sue the financial services company, state officials said Monday.
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.
Suffolk home prices up 5.2%, to a median of $405,000
Nassau prices climbed 2.4%, to a median of $537,500, MLS numbers show.
Experts: Calendar will mean bigger discounts this year
Experts say the pressures facing retailers, combined with the shortened number of days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, will lead to more and earlier promotions for shoppers.