Alex Smyk thanks those who helped revamp Spec business and overcome the financial obstacles threatening the future of the paper.
A laundromat-cafe just opened in the East Village. Julie Moon explains the hybridization of cafes.
The Harlem Garage, at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and 118th Street, will rent out 6,000 square feet of office space to businesses in the neighborhood when it opens in July, providing space for about 150 workers.
More than 500 young entrepreneurs came out to the two-day conference, organized almost entirely by Columbia graduate students, to hear 46 speakers from different backgrounds discuss the continent’s potential for entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurs and tech developers should think big; there's plenty of room in both industries.
Ivy Exec hopes to connect business school grads with top jobs.
Boarded up storefronts and empty retail buildings spell a slowdown for Morningside businesses, though some say new local businesses are on their way.
In the face of rising rents and a string of commercially crippling summer lulls, Kim’s Mediapolis, the video and music store long considered a staple of Morningside Height’s cinephile culture, will close on September 15.
Business ethics can be defined in a myriad of ways, but its generally accepted meaning falls somewhere between two poles: being equally responsible to each of a company’s stakeholders and simply following the letter of the law.
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