Our Top Business News From 2018
From White Plains to Wegmans to Westchester's richest, these were your most clicked 914INComing blogs this year.
Westchester is a powerhouse county when it comes to businesses both small and large. From the corner store to international conglomerates, every business loves calling Westchester home. 2018 saw plenty of new developments — and re-developments — in the county's professional world. Here are your favorites.
Plus, Houlihan Lawrence’s welcomes eight new agents, and more notable hires and promotions from the Westchester business community.
Plus, YMCA and Tanglewood Shopping Center sold; new real estate available in Peekskill and White Plains; and other business news.
Plus, more awards and recognitions for top-tier Westchester execs and businesses.
Economic guru Edmund J. McMahon discussed the complexities of the new deductibility limits on state and local taxes, or SALT, during the Business Council of Westchester’s Key Bank Speaker Series.
Meet Max Pearce, the ace student, basketball champ, Instagram star, and award-winning entrepreneur behind the athletic/academic startup Flynance.
The properties, with a combined worth of $164.2 million, will provide roughly 117 permanent jobs.
What’s behind the surge of new restaurants and shops opening in this central Westchester town?
Plus, New Rochelle’s city hall is on the move; Compass acquires Platinum Drive Realty; and other business news.
These Westchester natives and residents have made this year’s Forbes 400 list!
Plus, Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins combats sexual harassment in the workplace, and more news from Westchester's business scene.