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Tariffs trump Lifetime; Broadridge bangs out big year

  LIFETIME BRANDS INC. Headquarters: Garden City Industry: Capital goods Nasdaq: LCUT Reporting Date: Aug. 8, 2019 Reporting Quarter: 2Q FY2019 Quarter Ended: June 30, 2019 Numbers: Second-quarter net sales were reported as $142.5 million, a 4.2 percent drop from the $148.7 million reported for the same quarter last fiscal year. Net loss was $11.5 million – a loss of 56 cents per diluted share and an 88.5 percent plunge from the $6.1 million net…


No. 416: An SBU president, a Habitat Suffolk milestone, and raising a Glassdoor to Island CEOs

  Spring forward: And maybe add a somersault, dear readers, as we vault into summer – and leap into the waiting arms of another well-earned weekend. It’s Friday, June 21, and to our readers in the Southern Hemisphere, bundle up. The solstice with the mostess: Of course, that means it’s the summer solstice for us northerners – the longest day of the year (daylight-wise), New Year’s Day (for ancient Egyptians) and chock full of other…


No. 317: Anid’s big promotion, Adelphi’s big award, keeping it local and why you need grumpy employees

The end: Another busy week concludes and another blessed weekend dawns, dear readers – congratulations on successfully navigating the choppy waters of socioeconomic innovation, once again. It’s Friday, June 22, the first full day of the Summer of 2018 and the last day of school for most Long Island tykes. It’s also Anti-Fascist Struggle Day in Croatia, kicking off a four-day holiday weekend that concludes with the republic’s national independence celebration, Statehood Day. Uživati! Bay…


No. 279: A new flu review, taking the fight to tuberculosis and why your fish might really like a cold beer

Welcome to Wednesday: And over the hump we go, dear readers, with another week of Long Island innovation and socioeconomic progress in full swing. It was 179 years ago today, on Feb. 7, 1839, when U.S. Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky – warned that a speech would offend abolitionists and pro-slavery factions alike, and could cost him the presidential election – told Congress, “I had rather be right than be president.” The nose knows: Walt…


No. 256: Historic places, earning potential, winning students and will.i.am doing customer service

Good day, comrades: Take a bow this Nov. 8, dear readers, if you were around 100 years ago today, when Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin took over following Russia’s October Revolution of 1917. (Just, you know … bow carefully.) Welcome new readers Ted, Joseph, Diane and Daniel, and please share your thoughts at editor@innovateli.com. Story tips, corrections and back-pats gratefully accepted. Shed no tiers for them: Heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Uniondale law firm Farrell…