New York Times - Small Business
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Since 1979, Frank DePaola’s store in Astoria, Queens, has built a loyal following with its pastas, sauces, cheeses, oils and charcuterie.
The creator of Scholly, one of Forbes’s “30 Under 30” and Oprah Winfrey’s “SuperSoul 100,” shares advice for students hoping to launch a sustainable social venture.
After more than a decade away, a foreign correspondent comes back to take stock of his divided homeland.
Businesses are vying for a slice of the stroller-cleaning market in New York, where the buggies, often doubling as grocery carts or portable playpens, can become particularly filthy.
A crop of tech start-ups is looking to capture a slice of the funeral sector and end-of-life care. Many of them are founded by millennials, who have grown up online.