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2019年2月14日 星期四

Blue Point plans April opening for new brewery

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Blue Point plans April opening for new brewery

A tasting room, restaurant and oyster bar will be unveiled in downtown Patchogue, part of a $40M project to increase brewing capabilities and leave room for further expansion.

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Judge approves no-layoffs pact for News 12

A Delaware Chancery Court judge has approved an agreement preventing further layoffs at News 12 Networks until a September trial in a lawsuit brought by the Dolan family against News 12 owner Altice USA Inc., according to court documents.

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LI restaurant sued over alleged wage violations

A server, bartender and busser who worked for a well-known Italian restaurant in Westbury are suing it for alleged wage violations.

Nature's Bounty to add at least 100 jobs on LI

The producer of vitamins and nutritional supplements plans to close a plant in Florida as it moves work to a facility in Bohemia.

Behind the blooms before Valentine's Day

Alfred Palomares, vice president of merchandising for consumer floral at 1-800-flowers.com, expects to sell about 17 million flowers this V-Day, including 10 million roses -- all of which need to be dethorned by employees.

Northwell crosses $500M mark in fundraising

The health care system said it is more than halfway to its goal of raising $1 billion to support capital improvements, clinical programs, research projects and teaching initiatives.

Applied DNA enters $5M deal with consultancy

The Stony Brook biotech company's "molecular tagging" technology will be used to certify and track products in the marijuana industry.

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Consumer price index rises for metro area

Consumer prices in the metropolitan area rose modestly in January compared with a year earlier on the higher cost of housing and food.

Uniondale law firm's staff joins Garden City firm

Moritt Hock & Hamroff in Garden City said last week that the majority of the lawyers and support staff from Karol & Sosnik in Uniondale have joined the Garden City firm.

Jennifer Cooper promoted at Daniel Gale Sotheby's

Jennifer Cooper of Huntington, assistant sales manager at Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty in Cold Spring Harbor, has been promoted to sales manager.

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.

FDA to step up policing of dietary supplements

The Food and Drug Administration announced plans Monday to step up its policing of dietary supplements, which it said has mushroomed into a $40 billion industry with more than 50,000 products.

Crowdfunding expert to speak at Farmingdale State 

The Long Island Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club and crowdfunding site Indiegogo will team up on Wednesday to offer inventors and entrepreneurs ideas on how to raise money for their inventions and businesses.

NY: Amazon's HQ2 to create $27.5B in tax revenue

Howard Zemsky, CEO of Empire State Development, testified before the State Legislature that the retail giant's Queens project will bring 25,000 jobs and produce billions in tax revenue.

Gucci creative head writes letter on 'blackface' sweater

Alessandro Michele, a design force at the Italian fashion house, lamented in a letter to employees both his own pain and "that of the people who saw in one of my creative projects an intolerable insult."

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