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Bill Aims to Help Small Businesses Survive

The Small Business Survival Bill would change how small business owners and landlords negotiate lease terms.

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Put Some Cork in it!

Put Some Cork in it!

The world according to Ken Bollella, cork manufacturer.

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Bronx’s Main Street Goes to Wall Street

Bronxites joined other New Yorkers in a march to Wall Street to express anger over bank bailouts.

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Tenants Speak Out on Canceled Section 8 Vouchers

Tenants Speak Out on Canceled Section 8 Vouchers

South Bronx resident Lachonnz Morton fears losing her home of 33 years, after the city cancels Section 8 housing vouchers.

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Bronx Stripped of Growth Title

If the Bronx’s coronation as America’s fastest growing city seemed too good to be true, it was.

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Gains in National Job Figures Don’t Mean Bronx Resurgence

Gains in National Job Figures Don’t Mean Bronx Resurgence

While national job numbers point to recovery, the employment picture in the Bronx is not so bright.

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Seekers Hunt for Jobs in the Bronx

Seekers Hunt for Jobs in the Bronx

Slow economic recovery in the Bronx makes competition for jobs intense.

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Oh My Cod! Fishmongers Cringe at Salt Ban

Could a proposed salt ban knock the popular fish off menus?

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