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Leake & Watts Services, Inc. filed a Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification with the New York State Department of Labor on November 22. The notice indicates the nonprofit would lay off 34 employees by the end of 2017.
U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente announced Wednesday a Flushing man was sentenced to 18 months in prison for trafficking contraband cigarettes, resulting in a tax loss of over $1.6 million.
Former Executive Director Of United Block Association Gets 4-Year Prison Sentence For $580K Embezzlement
Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim announced Wednesday the former executive director of United Block Association, a nonprofit dedicated to serving senior citizen, was sentenced to four years in prison for embezzlement of more than $580,000 and defrauding mortgage of … Continue reading
Contemporary Guidance Services Inc. filed a Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification on September 11 in the New York City region. The notification indicates that the New York-based company will close its New York facility on September 30. Contemporary Guidance Services … Continue reading
DynaServ Industries Inc. filed a Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification in the New York City region on September 11. The notice indicates that the company will lay off 122 employees housed at its Maspeth facility. DynaServe Industries provides specialized services … Continue reading
The Technical Career Institute filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification in the New York City Region on September 1. The notice indicates that the institute closed and laid off 211 employees on September 1. The TCI College of Technology … Continue reading
Forcepoint, global cybersecurity firm owned by U.S. defense contractor Raytheon, announces agreement to acquire RedOwl, a cybersecurity analytics company. The acquisition will expand the Austin-based company’s technology portfolio with RedOwl’s user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) technology. Financial terms of … Continue reading
It’s been two centuries since the battle of the American Revolution and many Marylanders are still wondering what really happened to the 400 soldiers from Annapolis, Baltimore and beyond. As the mystery deepens, archaeologists are digging up a concrete lot … Continue reading