small businesses

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Civic Center »

The mayor picked Maria Torres-Springer to lead the Department of Small Business Services.

Astoria »

The Black family runs Lyla Tov Monsters, selling handmade monster dolls designed by 6-year-old Lyla.

Astoria »

Dennis Lee and Liz Wick of Astoria Coffee won the award, which honors small businesses in Queens.

New Dorp »

The Small Business Development Center opened a satellite office to help owners apply for federal aid.

New York City »

The bill passed after Council Speaker Christine Quinn negotiated concessions protecting small businesses.

Sunnyside »

Dozens of the neighborhood's bars, restaurants and other businesses are offering specials every Thursday.

Astoria »

Renee Heitmann started the pay-it-forward cookie project to show her appreciation for the neighborhood.

Central Harlem »

The Small Business Support Center will help entrepreneurs with important back office functions.

Morrisania »

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio accused the city of "boroughism" for differences in inspection rates.

Financial District »

Luke's Lobster is set to reopen its South William Street location in the Financial District Feb. 21.

New York City »

City officials hope to begin handing out checks to devastated homeowners by late spring.

New York City »

The city's new initiative promotes local businesses in some of Sandy's hardest hit neighborhoods.

South Street Seaport »

The Downtown Alliance awarded 17 lower Manhattan businesses hurt by the storm $266K in grants.

New York City »

The growth of chain stores in New York accelerated in 2012, according to a new report.


The “Support NYC Small Business” campaign aims to get shoppers to help Sandy-hit businesses.