Business

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013

Flushing

Gift shop draws customers to Flushing

If you want to know why small businesses offer something that cannot be found at malls and shopping outlets, take a trip to Pippy and Lily, a fashion accessory and home decor boutique along a quaint commercial strip in Flushing. Comments (1).

Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

Woodside

Buying club, AG agree to $500K settlement

A recent $500,000 settlement between the state attorney general’s office and an Indiana-based buying club could entitle some Woodside shoppers to restitution. Comment.

Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013

Bayside

Bayside BID’s winter banners debut on Bell Boulevard

Temperatures dropped to bone-chilling levels Wednesday just in time for the installation of new wintery banners along Bell Boulevard. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 25, 2013

Howard Beach

Some Cross Bay shops gone for good

Although many businesses on Cross Bay Boulevard in Howard Beach have reopened after sustaining extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy, at least one national chain has permanently left the strip with others weighing whether to follow suit and some smaller shops saying they still have hurdles to clear. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

Far Rockaway

Madelaine struggles to reopen

The largest employer in the Rockaways, the Madelaine Chocolate Co., is hoping to reopen its doors in the next few months and rehire its workers after Hurricane Sandy ravaged its facilities, although one of the chocolatier’s owners says it is too early to tell what the future will bring. Comment.
Long Island City

Capo Auction brings antique lovers to LIC

Michael Capo, owner of Capo Auction in Long Island City, which runs monthly sales of fine antiques, furniture, paintings, silver and other collectibles, thinks Queens is the future. Comment.

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