Business (Page 2)
April 12, 2022
How to Dance Safely in a Pandemic
Cortland Performing Arts Institute fought to stay open despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic.
April 6, 2022
Mini-Book Has Closed, But the Story Lives on
Mini-Book founded in 1975 was not just a bookstore, but a place for people to meet and read. We sat down with the last owner, Judy Freed, to discuss the revered spot for book lovers.
March 10, 2022
Starbucks Mt. Kisco Employees Quit Amid Nationwide Unionizations
Outside the Starbucks in Mount Kisco, NY, the storefront looks warm and inviting. But inside, tensions are silently brewing like […]
February 7, 2022
Content Houses Are Going Industrial: Behind the Scenes of Social Media’s Biggest Trend
Until one method proves to generate the best result, every model of the content house will keep creating content and we’ll keep consuming it.
January 26, 2022
Working Wardrobes Rebuilds Careers Amidst the Great Resignation
With unemployment still below pre-pandemic levels and workers quitting jobs at unprecedented rates, an Orange County-based nonprofit is helping people rebuild careers and get back to work — on their terms.