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Wegmans sets opening for 2 NJ stores, NYC market in works

Wegmans Foot Markets has announced opening dates for its two new stores in northern New Jersey. The Rochester-based supermarket chain says Tuesday that a 113,000-square-foot Wegmans will open July 23 in Hanover, followed on Sept. 24 by the opening of ...

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Can workplace wellness make you healthy?

How effective employee wellness programs are depends greatly on how well a program is designed and aligned with workers’ needs and abilities to access what is offered, health experts agreed. “It’s like any other product or service — some are ...

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BridgeTower Media Acquires Color Magazine

BOSTON – BridgeTower Media, a leading provider of local and regional business information, events and marketing services, on Monday announced the acquisition of Color Magazine, a premiere publication focused on publishing and events for diverse business professionals. Based in Boston, Color ...

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New cybersecurity regulations start Wednesday

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The New York State Department of Financial Services’ (DFS) new cybersecurity regulations scheduled to take effect starting Wednesday are touted as a protective shield for consumer data. The new rules will require banks, insurance companies, and other financial services institutions ...

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Wegmans the latest company to face Trump-related boycotts

The Wegmans store in Leesburg, Va., carries Trump wine. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Richard A. Lipski.

A number of big-name brands, from Uber to Under Armour, Nordstrom to Neiman Marcus, have been the subject of politically charged boycotts in recent weeks. Now another company is finding itself in the crosshairs of consumers hoping to avoid Trump ...

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Microsoft adds patent suit protections for cloud customers

Microsoft will help cloud customers fend off patent lawsuits and expand coverage of related litigation costs, seeking to distinguish its services from rivals in the fast-growing market for internet-based computing. As more companies host their applications and services on Microsoft’s ...

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This is how much it will cost you to do your own taxes

It’s that time of year again. Your W-2, 1099s and other forms have probably landed in your mailbox. Now all you have to do is figure out the best way to file. Options abound. There are many tax-software companies out ...

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NY Senate to vote on Uber, Lyft expansion

ALBANY — Uber and Lyft could be coming to upstate New York under legislation poised for approval in the state Senate. The two ride-hailing companies are now prohibited from operating outside of the New York City area. Previous attempts to ...

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Conservatives applaud Trump’s regulation crackdown

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks before signing an executive order surrounded by small business leaders in the Oval Office of the White House US President Donald Trump at the White House, Washington DC, USA - 30 Jan 2017 Trump said he will dramatically reduce regulations overall with this executive action as it requires that for every new federal regulation implemented, two must be rescinded (Rex Features via AP Images)

The business community is excited about President Donald Trump’s executive order directing federal agencies to eliminate two regulations for every new one created, but law professor Anya Bernstein says the move ultimately could cause the government to “grind to a ...

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