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Perrigo Company Hires Two Production Engineers In Bronx

Perrigo, a leading pharmaceutical supplier, announced today that Sarah Fram and Ilvin Nieves have been hired as Production Engineers for the Continuous Improvement and Manufacturing team. In this role, Fram and Nieves will be working with manufacturing improving the tube fill lines at Perrigo’s Bronx, New York location.

 

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7 Ways To Stop Paying Rent And Own Your Home

People fear what they do not understand. A good example is the purchase of a home. The average consumer knows very little about the home buying process. Between finding the right house, making sure it will not fall apart the day after you buy, and finding the best financing, it is no wonder so many people are afraid to buy homes....
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Bella Tan Studio Opens Its Doors

Throgs Neck has some warm sunlight to brighten up its cold winter days. ...
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Free Tax Help For Bronx Residents

There are several ways Bronx residents can receive free tax prep help, here are some of the upcoming programs:...
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Sholom & Zuckerbrot Broker 6K S/F

Aaron's, Inc., the Atlanta-based retailer specializing in the sales and lease ownership of residential furniture, consumer electronics, home appliances and accessories, has opened its 2,000th location at 3254 White Plains Road., according to Frank Zuckerbrot, president of Sholom & Zuckerbrot Realty, whose firm represented both the landlord and tenant in the long-term lease....
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Simone Development Welcomes 3 New Tenants

Simone Development Cos. recently completed lease signings for three tenants at the new Throggs Neck Shopping Center project currently under construction in the Ferry Point section of the borough....
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Aaron's Opens 2,000th Store In Bronx

Aaron's, Inc. (NYSE: AAN), a lease-to-own retailer specializing in the sales and lease ownership of residential furniture, consumer electronics, home appliances and accessories, is officially opening its milestone 2,000th store today in Bronx, New York....
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New Home Sales in August fell 0.3% from July to a 373,000 annual pace. The median estimate forecasted a rise to 380,000. Nevertheless, this figure ...
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Equities Level    Δ 1d %S&P 500    1,457    -0.22DJIA    13,559    -0.15Nasdaq    3,161    -0.60EuroStoxx 50    2,558    -0.74Nikkei    9,069    -0.45Hang Seng    20,695    -0.19US Stocks fall on negative news ...
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Jobless claims decreased by 3,000 in the week ended Sept. 15 to 382,000, while the estimate was 375,000. Companies are believed to be holding back hiring and investment as overseas demand slow, and potential tax increases and government spending cuts threaten growth....
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Existing Home sales increased 7.8% to a 4.82 million annual rate (highest level in two years), beating estimates of 4.56 million on record-low mortgage rates, ...
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International Purchases of U.S. financial assets rose more than sevenfold in July as investors sought shelter from the debt crisis in Europe. Net buying totaled ...
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Marriott To Open A Luxury Bronx Hotel

In a major milestone for the Bronx, New York, Simone Development Companies today announced that Marriott has signed an agreement to operate a luxury hotel as the centerpiece of Simone Development's new Metro Center Atrium mixed-use project....
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Electric Trucks To Roll Out Of Bronx

Smith Electric Vehicles Corp. will begin assembling electric trucks at a new facility in Bronx, by the end of the year....
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Manufacturing in the NY region shrank more than forecast in September, with the index dropping to -10.41 (signaling contraction) from -5.85 in August as orders ...
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The Federal Reserve undertakes QE3 with open-ended purchases of $40 billion of mortgage debt a month as it seeks to boost growth and reduce unemployment. ...
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Perrigo Company Hires Ralf Kahl As Controller

Perrigo, a leading pharmaceutical supplier, announced today that Ralf Kahl has been hired as Controller for the Finance team. In this role, Kahl is responsible for managing finances, budgeting and expense approval for the company’s New York location. He will be working at Perrigo’s Bronx, NY site....
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Equities:DJIA: 13,333 (+0.07%)S&P500: 1,437 (+0.21%)Nasdaq: 3,114 (+0.32%)EuroStoxx: +0.28%Nikkei: 1.73%Hang Seng: 1.10% Equities rise on the German court ratifying the bailout fund. France wants Spain to snub ...
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Consumer borrowing in the U.S. unexpectedly decreased in July by $3.28 billion (estimated $9.2 billion increase) for the first time in nearly a year, after ...
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Bronx Startup Wins $15K Prize

Curatio HCS, a home care provider dedicated to serving underserved communities in Bronx and Upper Manhattan, today took home the $15,000 grand prize in the New York Public Library’s third annual StartUP! Business Plan Competition....
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Largest NYC Woman-Owned Catering & Food Service Company To Relocate From Manhattan To South Bronx

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Great Performances – the largest woman-owned catering and food service company in New York City – will relocate from Manhattan to South Bronx.
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City Hosts Immigrant Worker Convening In Bronx

Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA, a.k.a. the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection), in partnership with New York City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), and partner organizations hosted Building Bridges: A Convening for NYC Immigrant Workers last night at Lincoln Hospital in Bronx.
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Tax Season’s Dynamic Duo: E-File & Direct Deposit

New York State Taxpayer Advocate Margaret Neri today encouraged all New York State taxpayers to e-file their tax returns and have any refund directly deposited into their bank account.
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Some Economic Common Sense

As most observers have expected, the US and Chinese stock markets have been rising in anticipation of a US/China deal. Hopefully there will be good news on this front. If there is no agreement or hope for future agreement, the stock markets will head down again.
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NYCHA Offers Free Tax Preparation For Residents And Low-Income New Yorkers

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) – in partnership with the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) and the Food Bank For New York City – announced today the kick-off of free tax preparation services across the five boroughs, ensuring thousands of NYCHA residents and other low-income families receive the tax refunds they deserve.
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Bronx Food Tech Event

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.'s office, along with the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, The Bronx Chamber of Commerce, and Metropolitan College of New York, will host a Bronx Food Tech event.
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DCA 101: What Start-Up Businesses Need To Know About Consumer Protection Law

Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced DCA 101, a new series of informational workshops provided by DCA lawyers to help New York City businesses understand and comply with the law.
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Opening A Small Business In New York

Many people consider opening a small business in New York because of the outstanding opportunities for growth available in the state.
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Ways To Manage Debt During The Holidays

The holiday season is upon us, which means most people get to spend more time with loved ones and enjoy some time off from work.
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The Amazon

I am finding out that discussing the Amazon HQ2 project in Long Island City is as treacherous as traveling down the Amazon River on a raft ─ full of wild rapids and deep trenches and home to biting amphibians. And that is just around people I love!

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Erin McCarthy

Erin McCarthy is a freelance writer and graduate student at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She reports in the Morrisania and Claremont sections of the Bronx.