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Downtown Brooklyn »

Tucker Reed will leave the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership on Aug. 5 after five years as president.

Navy Yard »

Mast Brothers is expanding its chocolate-making operation to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Fort Greene »

Owner Mark Henegan says Madiba Restaurant, at 195 Dekalb Ave. in Fort Greene, will stay open.

Fort Greene »

The union representing Sweet'N Low workers reached a $7 million agreement with Cumberland Packing.

Clinton Hill »

Parking meters will be installed on Fulton Street, between Vanderbilt and Classon avenues, this summer.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn Brewery is looking at the Navy Yard and Industry City as potential new homes.

Navy Yard »

Refoundry teaches former inmates how to build, then sell their own repurposed furniture.

Lower East Side »

The business improvement district has rebranded itself as the Lower East Side Partnership.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new Brooklyn visitor's center will feature iPads and artisanal Brooklyn-made goods.

Navy Yard »

Appetizing shop Russ & Daughters is coming to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Fort Greene »

Workers rallied outside Cumberland Packing Tuesday after the company said it would stop production.

Fort Greene »

Cumberland Packing, which packages Sweet'N Low, will stop manufacturing at its Fort Greene headquarters.

Mott Haven »

The job fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at Hostos Community College.

Willets Point »

Business owners hope the All-Star Game will bring a boost after a lackluster Mets season.