Central NY Business News
Company news: Mackenzie Hughes law firm announces leadership changes
Including the managing partner role.
Central NY company hit with $1.6 million judgment for refusing to interview deaf candidate
McLane Northeast violated federal law protecting applicants from bias, the EEOC alleged.
Company news: Key Private Bank hires Adam Gould
He is a Certified Financial Planner.
Syracuse-area landlord takes an unusual deal: He’ll fix lead paint before he can sell homes
William D'Angelo's agreement settles a lawsuit brought against him by the state Attorney General.
First Look: 3 big-city guys just brought Brooklyn bagels to Syracuse
The Schoolyard bagel shop opened to a line full of SU students this morning.
‘Good cause eviction’ could reduce housing options for Syracuse college students (Your Letters)
Mandatory lease renewals would disrupt the ecosystem for short-term student rentals, write two property owners in Syracuse.
Company news: Portia McGee hired by Manlius Pebble Hill School
A 2008 Olympian, she is a seven-time member of the USA National Rowing Team who previously worked for USRowing.
Marijuana shop plans move from Liverpool to another suburb to expand into recreational sales
Currently, the shop sells medical marijuana.
Syracuse home sellers see big profits in 2023; growth is among the top 10 in US
The profit margin for a typical home sale in Syracuse is at a record high.
Company news: Brandon Cox promoted by Tops Friendly Markets
He's been with the organization for more than 25 years.
People to know in NY cannabis: Brandon Carter
Carter is the co-founder of Trends Dispensaries, a new retail store set to open in Long Island City on Feb. 29.
‘Ask me anything’ about cannabis legalization with Jeffrey Hoffman
In his weekly “Ask me Anything” segment, NYC attorney Jeffrey Hoffman answers questions about Long Island zoning rules, Gov. Hochul’s criticism of regulators and more.