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DUMBO »

City Ads Send Shoppers to Businesses Suffering Since Sandy

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

Astoria »

Astoria Cobbler Closes His Doors After 45 Years in the Shoe Business

Falco's Shoe Repair on Steinway Street closed this week after nearly half a century in the neighborhood.

South Street Seaport »

With Pier 17 Still Closed After Sandy, Business Owners Frustrated

Some worry they may not get to re-open at all before construction starts this summer.

South Street Seaport »

Federal Officials Tour Seaport Businesses Devastated by Sandy

The area's business owners say they need more aid in the form of grants, not loans.

Long Island City »

LIC Businesses Struggling From Sandy Look for Help

Dozens of businesses in Hunters Point are still trying to recover after Hurricane Sandy.

Financial District »

Downtown Alliance Offers Grants to Help Small Businesses Hurt by Storm

Lower Manhattan businesses can apply for as much as $20,000 in the "Back to Business" program.

South Street Seaport »

Many South Street Seaport Businesses Damaged by Sandy Lack Flood Insurance

As they look to rebuild, owners say they're uncertain about whether insurance will cover the damage.

Red Hook »

New Grassroots Groups Navigate Fundraising for Red Hook Businesses

Residents and community leaders have started two fundraising groups for neighborhood businesses.

Fordham »

Entrepreneurial Fordham Roommates Cash in on Dorm Lifestyle

Enterprising Fordham undergrads rent air mattresses, Swiffers and laser lights to fellow students.

South Street Seaport »

South Street Seaport Businesses Struggle to Recover from Sandy Flooding

Business owners at South Street Seaport are working tirelessly to clean up the damage caused by Sandy.

Grant City »

Assembly Members Vow to Ease Taxes and Fees for Small Businesses

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis and Minority Leader Brian Kolb said they would focus on cutting taxes.

New York City »

Commissioner Rob Walsh Shares Tips for Small Businesses

Small Business Commissioner Rob Walsh weighs in on the business climate around New York.

New York City »

Council Pushes New Measures to Help Small Businesses Sidestep Red Tape

Small business owners complain that high city fines and red tape stifle growth.

Kensington »

Sick Pay Advocates Accuse Christine Quinn of Deadly Foot-Dragging

Felix Trinidad's widow said her husband would still be alive if he had had paid sick days.

Manhattan »

Quinn and City Council Turn to Kickstarter to Jumpstart Jobs

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is teaming with kickstarter to help boost business ventures.

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