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Seated in her compact 400-square foot studio apartment in South Park Slope, Danielle Zuckerman cuts, shapes and wraps different shades of paper together at her dining table, to create  … Full Article

NYC begins rollout of '.nyc' web domain

 Businesses and organizations that want to show that New York City is their domain can start applying for a ".nyc" web address, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday. It's the first phase in launching the new ".nyc" domain, which has been in the works since last year. … Full Article

City Tech hosts hospitality industry roundtable

On Thursday March 27, the first ever hospitality industry round table forum titled “Getting Started in the Front of the House” took place at New York City College Of Technology. … Full Article

Bay Ridge merchants start making plans for ‘Summer Stroll on 3rd’

The super successful Summer Stroll on 3rd is coming back this year. … Full Article

Charter Day celebrates Brooklyn community

St. Francis College will recognize Brooklyn’s business and nonprofit leaders as well as its top students, faculty and staff during the College’s 130th Charter Day convocation on Friday at 3 p.m. in the College’s Founders Hall (180 Remsen St.) … Full Article

Business advocate disputes New York's ‘rosy’ economic forecast

Take one at the new television commercial touting New York State’s positive business climate, a spot that boasts about corporations moving here that don’t have to pay taxes for 10 years and you’ll think the economy is on the upswing, said Mike Durant, state director of the National Federation of  … Full Article

Veteran-owned companies to get preference in New York state contracts

New York is establishing a program to give preferential treatment to veteran-owned companies when awarding state contracts, Assemblyman Joseph Lentol said. … Full Article

Third Ave. Merchants meet to plan summer stroll events

Vaulting over spring, the Merchants of Third Avenue business group is looking ahead to summer. … Full Article

Levin says budget language change helps homeless

It was a simple act, but a move by Governor Andrew Cuomo to remove wording from the state budget before the budget was enacted last week will have a positive effect on the city’s effort to help homeless families, according to Councilman Stephen Levin. … Full Article

New York tax firm mishandled hundreds of thousands of returns, per state audit

ALBANY— A New York state contractor hired to handle paper tax returns cost the state millions in overtime and made mistakes in nearly one quarter of the returns it processed last year, according to a state audit released Wednesday. … Full Article

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