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  1. Destination Long Island: August 19-21Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Long Island Business News

    Before taking over as "The Daily Show" host in 2015, Trevor Noah made a stop at The Paramount for the venue's comedy series. He's back, and now under his belt are a Netflix special "Afraid of the Dark" and his first book "Born A Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood."

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  2. T-Mobile takes former Radio Shack storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Long Island Business News

    The 1,800-square-foot space at 384 New York Ave. is one of more than 1,000 Radio Shack locations that closed recently as a result of the company's bankruptcy. The Huntington store is one of several downtown Long Island retail spaces that Bellevue, Wash.-based T-Mobile has been leasing as part of its ongoing expansion here.

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  3. NYU Langone expands cancer care in HuntingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Long Island Business News

    As part of its continued expansion on Long Island, NYU Langone Health is expanding by opening a Perlmutter Cancer Center facility in Huntington. The system today opened the 22,000-square-foot site on the second floor of 789 Park Ave., in Huntington, with nine physicians, including three oncologists, three rheumatologists and three neurologists.

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  4. Collins: The difference between EBITDA and cash flowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 2 | Long Island Business News

    A lot of years ago, while I was frantically juggling lots of numbers for a new acquisition, analyzing EBITDA and every financial ratio I could think of, my boss approached me calmly and said, "I appreciate all of this financial analysis you're doing, but remember, just like every other business in America, in the end we all sit around the kitchen table on Friday night and count the cash." There is a widespread but incorrect assumption in business that EBITDA is synonymous with cash flow.

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  5. Fault! New York town's new $3.5M tennis courts too shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Long Island Business News

    A New York town has padlocked the tennis courts in a brand new $3.5 million park because they were built improperly. The two courts at the recently opened Sweet Hollow Park in Melville don't have enough clearance between the baseline and the fence.

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  6. Huntington advances plan for parking garageRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The Huntington Town Board approved the second phase of a study geared towards building a parking garage in Huntington Village. The town board voted Tuesday to extend the contract with Level G Associates of Old Bethpage, which had performed the first phase of the parking garage feasibility study.

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  7. Joe Dowd: This is no time to derail the Third Track planRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    By any standard it was a horrible year for the Long Island Rail Road. First, a February head-on wreck left 29 dead at Rockville Centre.

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  8. Destination Long Island: July 5-9Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The best of the 70s could arguably be found in this duo. In their current tour, Michael McDonald is introducing new material, as well as performing hits from his time with the Doobie Brothers and his solo career.

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  9. Collins: Adjusting the purchase price for working capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    When you're buying or selling a business, the working capital formula is never as simple as current assets minus current liabilities. The buyer wants as much working capital as he can get and the seller wants to keep it all, so the balance sheet rarely transfers from seller to buyer without adjustments to the purchase price - regardless of whether the transaction is structured as a sale of assets or stock.

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  10. County plans meetings on shared-services effortRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The meetings, to be held in the towns of East Hampton, Southampton, Babylon and Huntington, are aimed at soliciting input from residents to help develop the county's plan for new inter-municipal actions and maximize cost savings from coordinated shared services. The state law requires Suffolk to submit a savings plan to the county legislature by August 1. Once recommendations are received and modifications are made to the plan, the Suffolk Shared Services Panel, comprised of the county executive, town supervisors and village mayors, must vote on the plan no later than September 15. Once the plan is approved, Suffolk municipalities would be able to receive one-time matching funds from New York State.

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  11. Different standardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The federal government has quietly begun implementing a new standard requiring investment advisors to act as a "fiduciary" regarding retirement savings, but leaving a lower standard in place for other personal investments. The United States Department of Labor created a new "fiduciary" rule after a government report determined U.S. retirees lose $17 billion annually because of advisors' conflicts of interest.

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  12. Destination Long Island: May 17-21Read the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Once the saxophonist in the Miles Davis Quintet, John Coltrane spent his last years in a home in Dix Hills. The house is featured prominently in "Chasing Trane" a documentary by John Scheinfeld, who will stay for a Q&A and reception.

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  13. Heartland hearing shows local supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    Some 300 people jammed Islip's Town Hall West Wednesday for a public hearing on the proposed zoning change for the Heartland Town Square mixed-use project. Nearly 100 attendees gave their comments on the controversial $4 billion plan that promises to transform 452 acres of the former Pilgrim State Psychiatric Hospital property into a walkable urbanist community. 8 comments

  14. Collins: Now is the time to consider buying, selling a businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    If you are thinking of selling your business, buying a business, recapitalizing, negotiating a deal, or just wondering how the world of mergers and acquisitions really works, then you know that the numbers of questions and issues that arise - and their legal and technical complexity - can be daunting: How do you know if the time is right? Is there a systematic approach? How important are instincts and gut-feelings? Should I wait until approached by a prospective buyer? Are there compelling or motivating reasons, and what else needs to be considered when deciding if this is the right time to sell? Occasionally an owner has no choice and must sell whether the timing is right or not - perhaps due to health problems, divorce, the dissolution of a partnership, or the untimely death of a major shareholder.

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  15. Collins: Your business' worth depends on a wide range of factorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    How much is your business worth? In the end, the answer is simply this: "Exactly what someone will you pay for it." If we were selling a house, we would be looking at a common set of factors such as its age and location, number of square feet, number of bedrooms, baths, etc.

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  16. Huntington approves Simone, Mt. Sinai medical developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    LIBN more than a year ago first reported the deal related to the 18-acre property that defense contractor BAE Systems sold to the Bronx-based developer. Simone Development initially leased the four-building complex totaling 200,000 square feet back to BAE for varying lengths of time.

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  17. Huntington commissions study for parking garageRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The Town of Huntington's Economic Development Corporation voted last week to retain a consultant to study the feasibility of building a parking garage in Huntington's busy downtown. The agency will hire Old Bethpage-based Level G Associates to create a conceptual parking garage design for the current municipal surface parking lot between New St. and Green St. The consultant will also assess the project's scale and economics, and review and update previous parking studies, according to a town statement.

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  18. Huntington gets state's clean energy designationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    The Town of Huntington has earned a Clean Energy Community designation from the state, making the town eligible for $250,000 in funding for future energy projects. The clean energy designation is part of a statewide initiative, which on Long Island is through a partnership between the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and PSEG Long Island.

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  19. 26K LIers lose power, 600 as of mid-afternoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    PSEG Long Island said that a little more than 600 customers were without power by around 1:30 p.m., down from nearly 2,300 this morning who had no power as a result of the storm. The utility said it had restored power to more than 26,000 customers who experienced outages out of the 1.1 million customers it serves.

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  20. Rezoning clears way for QuickChek in CommackRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Long Island Business News

    A Commack property was rezoned by the Town of Huntington this week to allow for a new QuickChek convenience store. The 6,500-square-foot QuickChek is planned for the 1.9-acre former site of Northport Ford at 6233 Jericho Turnpike.

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