This past Sunday, Feb. 11, the three brothers appeared on the ABC national Shark Tank show. On the TV program, taped back in June, the DeCiccos were valuing their business at $10 milllion. The sharks thought the fast-growing young business should be valued at half of that. No deal was reached. The DeCiccos think they made the right move. Since that taping, Sunniva Super Coffee has continued to expand into many additional markets.
The deal has been in the works for many, many months, but Wednesday, February 7, marked the official opening of a related pair of startup firms in Kingston, both headed by Woodstock resident and entrepreneur Anula Courtis.
Like many another industry, the airline business is more willing to celebrate its expansions than publicize its contractions, even if the latter are seasonal.
If the United States is indeed a deep state, “a hybrid association of elements of government and parts of top-level
With places like Ulster County happy to add one job at a time in building a more prosperous, forward-looking labor force, the remaining 20 urban competitors for Amazon’s second world corporate headquarters (HQ2) are playing an entirely different game.
Under O’Connor, the Ulster County-based affordable housing non-profit has quadrupled its workforce and expanded into neighboring counties.
When life gives you lemons, as the old saying has it, make lemonade. Local residential real estate has proven a lousy investment for the past decade and a half. But that doesn’t mean it’ll continue to be that in the future, the professionals in the ever-optimistic real-estate industry will remind you. 2018 will prove whether they’re right.
New York City is a hub for good jobs and half of SUNY New Paltz students come from the city and its suburbs. How well is SUNY New Paltz preparing them for life after graduation?
The Kingstonian project is proposed to include a 475-space parking garage, 129 market-rate apartments, a boutique hotel at the warehouse site and 40,000 square feet of retail space.
Saugerties continues its gradual transition from a town where the Republicans almost always won local elections to a town where the Democrats increasingly win. The shift in the past five and a half years has been slow but steady. The odds are that it will continue.