I have always been fond of the saying “Patience is not simply the ability to wait; it’s how we behave while we’re waiting.” Oh, so true! It is often an accurate truism among nonprofits that feel that their development director has an uncanny ability to wave a magic wand and raise major funds without having first developed or
(Courtesy of ITCON) Billed as “the premier cybersecurity conference for business owners and C-level executives,” ITCON 2019 is set to take place on June 20. Founded by industry veteran Leah Freiman, CEO of ItCon, a Rockland County-based IT security services provider, this one-day event is geared exclusively towards business owners, CIOs
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When you love what you do, 10 years fly by, according to Mark Herschlag, founder and CEO of Cosmo Insurance Agency. What began as a business in his basement in Lakewood, New Jersey, has since grown into a larger entity with multiple offices including one in Hackensack.
Herschlag started his business with a primary focus on selling healthcare insurance.
After Amazon announced it had abandoned its plans to build a headquarters in New York City, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted her delight: “Anything is possible: today was the day a group of dedicated, everyday New Yorkers & their neighbors defeated Amazon’s corporate greed, its worker exploitation, and the power of the
(Courtesy of Cross River Bank) Cross River Bank, a New Jersey financial institution known for its innovative use of new technology, is expanding in the Garden State with support from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA). The bank has acquired a 70,000-square-foot facility in Fort Lee which will be home to 200 employees from
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a rule of thumb as follows: 1: a method or procedure based on experience and common sense, and 2: a general principle regarded as roughly correct but not intended to be scientifically accurate. The first known use of a rule of thumb is circa 1658 and not a recent development.
If you’re going to read this article, do yourself a favor: Put your smartphone in another room. And turn it off (or at least change the settings to “silent/no vibrate” so you can’t hear that you’ve received another message, alert, or update).
Don’t have time to do it right now? Then
Pesach at home like never before is the slogan of Pesach Hometel, but they might just as easily have borrowed a line from Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”: “Be our guest, be our guest. Put our service to the test. Tie your napkin ‘round your neck, And we’ll provide the rest.”
The hospital calls. Your mother will be discharged to a nursing home in two days. Now what do you do?
If you are responsible for a parent or spouse’s move from the hospital to rehab, a nursing home or even back to their home or yours, you have to make a critical decision, without all
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. That’s exactly what Zach Cohen, a sophomore at New York University, did when he turned his passion for coding into a thriving computer science summer program for teens.
While some high schools offer coursework in computer science and