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Aaron Morrill has paint flowing through his veins. His grandfather took over Dick Blick paints 73 years ago and Blick took over Utrecht one-and-a-half years ago. … Full Article
UTRECHT IS DEFINITELY BROOKLYN MADE

VIDEO: Utrecht Paints is definitely Brooklyn Made

Aaron Morrill has paint flowing through his veins. His grandfather took over Dick Blick paints 73 years ago and Blick took over Utrecht one-and-a-half years ago. … Full Article

In e-books fight, NY appeals court seeks a bully

A federal appeals panel is trying to decide whether Apple Inc. or Amazon.com Inc. was the bigger bully when price wars over electronic books heated up a few years ago. … Full Article

Eric Adams launches first Holiday Market Village in Downtown Brooklyn

Thursday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams formally launched the inaugural Holiday Market Village in Columbus Park, located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

More than $30K awarded to Brooklyn-based startups in Business Plan Competition

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) on Tuesday night celebrated the finalists and winners of the 11th Annual PowerUP! … Full Article

EPA: Barclays Center faces host of violations

Barclays Center is in "noncompliance" of several federal Environmental Protection Agency standards. The New York Post reports that the arena also has racked up a slew of city building violations. … Full Article

Sunset Park warehouse to become fashion, manufacturing, tech hub

In an effort to expand the city’s fashion and manufacturing sectors while also supporting exploration into new technologies, the Economic Development Corporation announced a $3.5 million investment in an “Innovation Hub” in Sunset Park. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s multifamily dollar volume jumps 50 percent to $505M in the third quarter

Multifamily dollar volume in Brooklyn jumped 50 percent to over $505 million in the third quarter 2014 compared to the third quarter 2013, and the number of buildings traded in the borough rose 16 percent to 85, according to Ariel Pro … Full Article

Atlantic Avenue Scavenger Hunt draws shoppers for Small Business Saturday

To kick off Small Business Saturday in Brooklyn, the Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) hosted a scavenger hunt on its namesake thoroughfare, where participants traveled up and down the avenue in search of clues that would answer riddles to win a $50 gift certificate. … Full Article

Bay Ridge business leaders collect toys for service members' kids

Bay Ridge business leaders saluted the men and women of the military by conducting a toy drive for the children of service members stationed at the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton so the youngsters can enjoy the holidays even though they are far away from home. … Full Article

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