Here are some local events to check out

  • Read the latest issue of Crain’s New York Business online
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  • Experts offer resources for minority-owned firms hit hard by pandemic
    Want to hear more from New York leaders? Join the Crain’s Business Forum with Attorney General Letitia James on Oct. 14 for a conversation about women’s rights and equal opportunities. Register... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Boulud is taking on sponsors to reopen his restaurant
    When Daniel Boulud throws open the doors to his high-ceilinged Upper East Side dining room Sept. 30, the restaurant will look different from the way it did before the Covid-19 pandemic—and not just... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Wall Street prepares systems for election-night trading surge
    On Wall Street, it’s considered a rite of passage to spend election night at your desk, teeing up orders and making trades until the wee hours. This year could be even wilder than normal, though many... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Ferry operator faces cash crunch after a lost summer
    The operator of the NYC Ferry system for commuters and tourists could find itself running out of time and money after Covid-19 disrupted its business during the warmest months of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Billionaires Row apartment sells for $63M
    An apartment in a Billionaires Row condominium at 220 Central Park South just sold for $63 million, the third unit in that building to sell in that price range this month, property records show. The... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Wall Street landlord reaches $5M settlement with tenants
    Tenants at a luxury apartment building on Wall Street have won a $5 million settlement from their landlord over alleged rent-regulation violations. The residents at 63–67 Wall St. filed a... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Wall Street fraud case entangles SoHo sculptor
    A SoHo sculptor has gotten entangled in a securities fraud case involving her Wall Street boyfriend, who has been charged with fleecing investors. Doreen McCarthy, who specializes in producing... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • Outdoor dining to become permanent year-round
    New York City will make the Open Restaurants initiative permanent year-round, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday morning. The program, which launched June 22, has allowed struggling restaurants... To view the full story, click the title link.
  • City College president on keeping higher education affordable
    As a City College of New York faculty member for 29 years, Vincent Boudreau has held a few titles. First he was a political science professor, then he became chair of the department. He later became... To view the full story, click the title link.

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