Here’s a look at the top business stories that made headlines in and around your community this week.
Gary DePersia, a real estate broker with The Corcoran Group in East Hampton, has sold three listings, worth $45 million, within short distance of each other and all within the span of five months.
Bakers craft Pink Ribbon bagels with dried cranberries, cherry chips, and brown sugar, which are sold at Panera Bread locations, including the one in the Bridgehampton Commons. Throughout October, patrons can purchase these bagels, and know that a portion of the proceeds will benefit three breast cancer charities on Long Island.
Martha Clara Vineyards' 2010 Merlot has been named the best in New York State.
Oscar Gonzalez loves Halloween, throwing elaborate parties for his friends for years, now he wants to share his spooky side with all East End residents and raise money for breast cancer research while doing it.
Michael Farkas and Lauren Petrolito not only have a love for each other, but a love for music and together they have started a new private music lesson service in Hampton Bays.