Since cab companies can control their rates, ASAP Cab Companies decided to offer the lowest price for a ride to draw in more customers.
The Center for Trading and Analysis of Financial Instruments has been renovated this year to more closely resemble a Wall Street trading room.
Two new Ithaca College Dana professors were announced Aug. 30, after changes were made to the professorship program by the Faculty Council and subsequently approved by the Executive Committee of the Dana Foundation this past February.
Malaika Apparel Co., a business created by Ithaca College senior Rita Bunatal, won the grand prize of $20,000 and the audience choice award of $500 at the third annual Business Plan Competition.
Ithaca College seniors Zane Coffey, Max Ocean and Daniel Minogue received $20,000 toward their company, Subversive Malting & Brewing, at the Business Plan Competition on April 28.
As Mary Ellen Zuckerman, dean of the School of Business, prepares to leave at the end of the spring semester, the Ithaca College community reflects on the differences she made in developing student professionalism and enhancing the school’s commitment to sustainability.
Tossing his “heads I win, tails you lose” coin, Governor Andrew Cuomo recently outlined his legislative agenda for 2014 that included gambling among its many economic panaceas.
One of the newest additions to The Commons’ business scene offers a combination of services that, its owners say, is not available elsewhere in the Ithaca area. Lot 10 Kitchen & Lounge, which occupies the space at 106 South Cayuga St. formerly leased by Delilah’s on Cayuga, opened its kitchen last week to add to…
The addition of a conference center and renovations at the Holiday Inn in downtown Ithaca is expected to increase activity in the area, potentially stimulating hotel and local business.