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At Henry Schein, worth a Fortune and still climbing

By GREGORY ZELLER // Long Island’s only Fortune 500 company is actually a little more Fortune-ate than it was last year – thought its success is based on anything but luck. Melville-based global distributor Henry Schein Inc. – a stalwart supplier of the medical, dental and animal health industries – claims the 238th spot in Fortune magazine’s 64th annual list of America’s largest corporations, released Monday. That’s a five-spot jump from the company’s 2017 ranking….


No. 296: Welcoming Whiteley, smartening schools, terminating data thieves and seeing the ‘forest bathing’ for the trees

And down the stretch they come: Welcome to Friday, dear readers, with the finish line and another well-deserved weekend in sight. Happy Chakri Day, commemorating the establishment of the Chakri dynasty, to our readers in Thailand. In Indonesia, have a very happy National Fisherman’s Day. Congress is now in session: Happy anniversary to the U.S. Congress, which held its first-ever regular session on April 6, 1789, in New York City’s Federal Hall. Film at 11:…


No. 285: A DNA anniversary, an IPS milestone and connecting Old Westbury to Cuba

Well, that was quick: Can it be? Two months of 2018 in the books already? Be it can, dear reader, as this Wednesday, Feb. 28, finishes off one-sixth of the not-so-new-year. It also marks the 10th anniversary of international Rare Disease Day, as well as National Science Day in India, Peace Memorial Day in Taiwan and Kalevala Day, the day of Finnish culture. Word search: According to the story, Feb. 28 was also the date,…


No. 266: Luminati back at the dance, LIREDC on top and the LIRR on track three

Glad tidings: Happy Friday, readers old and new, and a special hello to Innovate Long Island’s newest sponsor, Uniondale law firm Ruskin Moscou Faltischek. Welcome to the show! Yellow peg: One of the great board games in history was “first conceived” on this date, according to ThoughtCo.’s unofficial History of Trivial Pursuit, which pegs Dec. 15 as the day Canadian newspapermen Chris Haney and Scott Abbott – over a game of Scrabble, natch – invented…


No. 239: Clean meat, SR-71s, Uber suits and a DIY self-driving car

TG it’s F: Happy Friday, everybody. It’s Aug. 25, on which the British burned down Washington but spared the U.S. Patent Office. (If you still hold a grudge, calling football “soccer” drives them freaking crazy. Just sayin’.) Happy birthday: Ivan the Terrible, Steve Levy, Amy De Leo, Tim Burton, Sean Connery, Ruby Keeler, Allan Pinkerton, Walt “Pogo” Kelly, Mel Ferrer, Leonard Bernstein, Monty Hall, Regis Philbin, Frederick Forsyth, Rollie Fingers, Elvis Costello, Billy Ray Cyrus and Claudia Schiffer….


Cooking With Chef Michelle

For Ms. Michelle’s, no place like HomeGoods

Add HomeGoods to the growing list of regional and national retailers carrying Ms. Michelle’s gluten-free cookies. Just two months after announcing a regional distribution deal with Walmart stores in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, entrepreneurial gourmet Michelle Gillette Kelly and her husband/business partner Chris Kelly have announced a new pact placing their specialty goods in HomeGoods retail outlets. There was no immediate word on the scope of the new distribution deal, which Gillette Kelly…


Ms. Michelle cookies, now in a Big Box

By GREGORY ZELLER // Ms. Michelle’s is going to Walmart. Still baking inside Stony Brook University’s Calverton Business Incubator, gluten-free goodie gourmet Michelle Gillette Kelly and her husband/business partner Chris Kelly have cooked up a deal with the preeminent retailer that puts the Ms. Michelle brand inside Walmart Stores in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Contractually, Kelly can’t reveal the numbers, but she confirmed this week that four varieties of her gluten-free cookies –…