Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Business Spotlight

Project Ezrah Is on Call for Local Families

Project Ezrah is committed to providing community members with up-to-date information and resources to protect and manage finances during this difficult time. As the social worker of the organization, I’ve spent the past several weeks helping dozens of people learn about the current financial resources accessible to them. I am


Struggling With Debt? The Five Myths That May Prevent You From Exploring Your Most Powerful Option

During these difficult times, there has been much discussion in the media about the various government programs that are available to help families and small businesses deal with the economic fallout from COVID-19.

These programs are well intentioned and can be very helpful for some, yet a primary


Learn Photography Online With Devorie Zutler

Today, anyone with a camera phone can click and get an image. But to take a really good photo, you must understand the artistic and technological sides of photography. Devorie Zutler has spent the last 12 years teaching women and girls how to do just that. Zutler’s students are both aspiring professionals and


A Season of Rapid Reversals

The recent coronavirus-driven turmoil on Wall Street has left many investors holding their collective breath. Following years of steady gains, we witnessed a loss of 3000 points on the Dow Jones in just five days, which put the market in correction territory (10% decline from previous highs) and sent investors scurrying for cover and


M2 Marketing & Event Services Thinks Outside the Box

What a time for a start-up! Yet it makes sense that Marla Rottenstreich and Melissa Jerushalmy are forging ahead with M2, their new event and marketing company launched just a few months ago. The partners have a history of developing new ideas, creative thinking, and innovative plans that help clients get their


Cross River Provides Assistance to Customers, Employees And the Community in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

(Courtesy of Cross River Bank) Cross River Bank (“Cross River”), a leading innovator and provider of banking services for technology companies, has announced a series of initiatives to protect and mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on customers, employees, and the community.

“Cross River was founded


Reme Halo Indoor Air Purification Rids Homes of Viruses, Germs and Allergens

We’re all spending a lot of time indoors now, “social distancing” to halt the spread of COVID-19. While there is still no cure, a new air-purifying technology that removes other viruses, as well as allergens and bacteria, may help keep it out of your home. In tests, the Reme Halo Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier,


6 Hacks for Your New Logistics Business

The success of your logistics business largely depends on your ability to make the right decisions to help you juggle all the demands of working in this industry. Get your business off to the right start and hold your own to the competition (which there will surely be plenty of) with these six hacks for your new logistics


 5 Simple Ways to Build Your Credit

If you don’t have credit or perhaps you’ve made a few financial missteps, it can be difficult figuring out how to build or rebuild it. Luckily, we’ve got your back. There are a few ways you can build your credit and create a better future financial situation for yourself.


Teaneck Native Creates Her Future at Touro College of Pharmacy

Career possibilities are endless for Ariella Levie.

(Courtesy of Touro College) Future pharmacist Ariella Levie always found herself drawn to science and medicine, but she wondered where she fit into the healthcare spectrum. Fascinated by medications and drug development, Levie


YU Basketball Macs Advance to the Conference Semifinals

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The top-seeded Yeshiva University men’s basketball team earned a victory in the quarterfinal round of the Skyline Conference championships over No. 8 seed United States Merchant Marine Academy, 75-57, at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Tuesday evening.

The Maccabees


Why All Businesses Need a Political-Activity Policy

With the Democratic primary in full swing, the public will soon turn its full attention to the 2020 presidential election. If 2016 is any indication, the 2020 presidential race promises to be heated and divisive. The following article explains why all businesses need a political-activity policy.