PHOTOS: Star Network celebrates ‘Power Women’ in first Long Island event
Photo by Benno Klandt

Leading business professionals in Nassau and Suffolk counties were given the Hollywood treatment during the Star Network’s first “Long Island Power Women of Business” gala on Thursday night at Leonard’s Palazzo in Great Neck. The event marked the Star Network’s first venture in Long Island, and with more than 700 in attendance Thursday night, it figures that […]

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‘Top Women’ honored during award and networking event
THE COURIER/Photos by Allen Ngai

Terrace on the Park shined bright Thursday night as 50 talented women, who have each seen success in their careers, were honored at The Queens Courier’s 2015 Top Women In Business Networking Award Dinner. The celebration, which saw close to 800 people attend, opened up with an expo and cocktail hour. During this time, honorees […]

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12th Annual Top Women in Business Awards draws nearly 1,000
Photo by Allen Ngai

This year The Queens Courier’s 12th Annual Top Women in Business Awards & Networking event at Terrace on the Park broke records as close to 1,000 people came out to celebrate the accomplishments of the leading women of the Queens business world. The Tuesday night celebration opened up with an expo and cocktail hour. During […]

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Top Women in Business 2014

The 12th Annual Top Women in Business networking and awards event on Tuesday, May 20, will honor influential women in business in Queens. The event will celebrate women of Queens finance, healthcare, education and entrepreneurship whose major achievements and participation in community activities has helped the borough grow. Along with recognizing notable Queens’s figures, the “Women […]

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Resorts World closes buffet, lets go of more than 100 employees
THE COURIER/Photo by Maggie Hayes

Resorts World Casino shut the doors to its Aqueduct Buffet on Monday, and in turn on about 175 employees. “I thought it was a drastic move, certainly one that could be reconsidered down the line,” said State Senator Joseph Addabbo. The buffet closed on Jan. 6 after “trying to make it work for two years, […]

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